voit arriver le printemps

avec émerveillement.

Quel plaisir de voir éclore

les premières fleurs du jardin.

The ephemera: vintage French stamp and cancellation stamp, vintage receipt from Beziers, vintage world portrait, antique botanical illustration.

6 inches by 6 inches on wooden block.

13 thoughts on “Columbine

  1. Hi ya Wilma, I’m always amazed at the extreme fussy cutting you’re able to do around delicate florals. What kind of scissors do you use? The colour ‘Coral’ has made me swoon this spring. I planted bright coral and fuchsia pink in my annual pots. There’s also a lot of Coral showing up in scrapbook ephemera and paper. I like the way you used the vintage Geisha Girl. She’s a perfect complement to the Columbine the way she appears to be admiring them.

    Are you busy in the garden too? You probably planted seed a couple of months ago. Cheers my dear Middle Sister 😀 xo K

    • hi k. glad you like this one. the geisha i did cut out but i the columbine was layered on to the background using the computer, so you dont need to be envious of my mad cutting skills for this one. I am out in the garden almost everyday. We have harvested two big salads already. Coral does seem to be in this year and it looks so well with turquoise! Enjoy the warmer weather up there.

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