Ah, that is so sweet! Happy Spiritual Sunday, and have a fun Valentine's Day.
This is so sweet NanE. Isn't the old art work the most innocent and precious images? I hope you don't mind that I copied it just to have. It you do I promise I'll delete it.Hugs and Sweet Sunday wishes to you...Tracy :)
That is so reassuring, isn't it. Beautiful little image.
What a sweet post.
Happy Sunday, and thanks for sharing your heart in scripture.
This is so sweet. What a great way to start the day with such a wonderful scripture!
what a cute picture and great reminder. Happy Valentines
Beautiful! I wanted to answer your question about Fort Erie. Yes, I live about 30 minutes away. If you're ever up this way you should let me know!
Looks like you're all set for Valentine's Day! Did you ever receive your ATC? Hope it didn't get damaged in the mail. Have a great one!Jill
Hey Nan,Got your message and am glad the ATC arrived safely. Thanks for letting me know!As for the Dutch planter, yes, I use a bottle brush tree that you see at Christmas. I prefer to use Dept. 56, which are alittle more expensive, but hold up much better to the bleaching and dying process.All you have to do is bleach the tree (add some water to the bleach. Sometimes it takes minutes, sometimes it takes hours!) When it's done, rinse it, pat it dry, and let it dry for a day or two. Then to dye it, just dunk it in a bowl or RIT (can find at AC Moore) until it turns to the shade you want. For this particular tree, I only bleached it and liked the finished cream color. Any questions, just ask! MAKE SURE TO WEAR GLOVES!! My hand was chemically burned from the bleach!!!
Happy Heart Day, Nan!
What a sweet picture. Perfect for one of my favorite scriptures. Thank you for sharing.Blessings,Charlotte
Such a wonderful, comforting thought.
I appreciate each and every one of your comments! Thank you for taking the time to leave such nice words!