Hi Crafty Friends,
This little lamb is from the Down on the Farm Stamp Set from Paper Nest Dolls. This set comes with all the farm animals and a cute farm girl and boy. The lamb is a perfect March Card "in like a lion, out like a lamb" I'm ready to welcome spring!
Make Crafty Friends Q & A:
Q: What is the weather like in March where you live?
A: Me? Just as described above... in Chicago it's in like a lion WINDY and wet, out like a lamb suddenly it's spring
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The lamb paper is ADORABLE!!! I love this card..but I always love your creations. It has been rainy in southern California. I am looking forward to no more rain :)ReplyDelete
If only the lamb part was as cute as this. Love the rock rack! We get more lion than lamb and Michigan almost always the weather EWE get on the next day. We often look at you as our forecast. 🐑ReplyDelete
This little lamb is adorable! Spring in my world is like southern CA weather. Thank you for sharing at Park Hopping My Happy Place. Have a great day! Cheers, MakiraReplyDelete
Sweet card! The lamb is so cute!ReplyDelete
It hit almost 62 here in northern CA today. It's mostly been in the mid 50s. The past few days, no rain and sunny skies! Rain is expected starting sometime tomorrow though.
Thanks Meghan for sharing your ewe-dorable country card at FarmQuest General Store challenge blog #2!!! I'm loving the lamb focal, the sheep print paper and the burlap!! The color mix is farm-tastic, too! Hey, I don't live too far from you and it's still lion/wintery weather. Almost 2am and about 19 degrees! Brr. We've had a bit of light snow the past 2 nights, too. Daytime temps are better but we could sure enjoy so steady 40-50 degree days. --BeccaReplyDelete