Leaves in every tree are growing so fast. The morning and the evening sizes grow from a little finger to thumb size. The spring rain caresses. Last night they grew also in my dream, to sizes of mountains. The rain made some leaves to grow also here in the blog (do you see them?) and also to the small online shop.
Mother's Day cards on my table. Tomorrow a small train trip with a flower bouquet. Maybe the first swim after the winter ice has gone from the summer house lake.
Happy Mother's Day on Sunday to all beloved mothers!
(Mother's Day cards previously, 1 & 2.)
Yes! Precious whispers around your blog, they're beautiful!ReplyDelete
compositions and colors are excellent!ReplyDelete
Thank you Elena.Delete
(my laptop has a 9 inch screen and the leaves on the right get cut in half)ReplyDelete
Maybe you could send me a screenshot to show it (annaemilial at gmail dot com)?
As we probably all have different sized screens and different browsers, I think that it happens anyway, (I checked this in many browsers already) but just wanting to be sure what you mean by "cut in half" (: Thank you!
so breathtakingly lovely ❧ReplyDelete
Thank you so much, happy if you enjoy!Delete
So delicate and lovely...just beautiful!ReplyDelete
Thank you Sherri!Delete
oh dear i am so sad, i accidentally deleted instead of published your lovely kind words (i am still getting used to using blogger). it was my very first comment too :(ReplyDelete
i am glad you enjoyed your visit though and i must say it has been such a pleasure experiencing your beautiful, delicate artwork. the palette you use is so lovely, it has remained in my mind like fresh raindrops.
Oh that is alright, I just must get back to you soon (:Delete
Oh it's so lovely! Thank you!ReplyDelete
Oh thank you, Lisa!Delete
i love the leaves in the background dear! and the cards are wonderful.ReplyDelete
Tack så mycket kära Sandra! It has been such a long time, must peek to your corner of the world, what your busy hands have done.Delete
you are sweet ❤ReplyDelete
what a beautiful, sweet illustration this is.ReplyDelete
Days are longer here too, I love it.
Thank you Bobbi.Delete
Days are so long already indeed, going to sleep feels sometimes such a shame as the light is still so beautiful.
beautiful, is the top images of the mothers day cards? if so, its definitely cards to keep forever.ReplyDelete
Yes it is, thank you so much Jennifer (:Delete
Your works has been facinated me since I saw them at an exhibition in Kuressaare, Estonia.ReplyDelete
This blog here takes me to another world on every visit. Thank you! :)
If it's not a secret, which kind of ballpoint pen are you using (in the photo next to the envelope)?
Fresh spring greetings from opposite shore of the Baltic Sea!
So nice to hear that you saw the exhibition in Kuressaare!
The pen in the photo is a Pigma Micron, it is more like an ink pen, very fragile. They are available in different line widths in most of the book stores here in Finland, but as they are made in Japan, I think you should find them easily in other countries too.
Thank you for writing to me, hoping to cross the Baltic Sea to that shore soon again.
Happy spring to you!
hi, this blog it's very very sweetty. lovely works. kissesReplyDelete