Saturday, June 17, 2017

Not a bird, but a squirrel


This morning with camera in hand, I sat on my back porch hoping to take pictures of birds. I waited and waited, drank two large cups of coffee, but not a bird to be seen. 


However, there was a squirrel running back and forth on the fence. So after a while, he got his picture taken.


Here is a picture just before he jumped in the tree.

Squirrel in Tree Canvas Art
Hopefully, bird pictures next time, but squirrels make good art too.

Saturday, April 29, 2017

Springtime Snow in Colorado

We had planned on working in the yard today.



But someone had a different idea.

A beautiful idea...

A Springtime snow.



 The raised garden beds will not be planted.




The garden statues are all wearing tall snow hats.


Flowers are blanketed with snow.


The cherub on my planter appears to be sleeping.

There is peace in my little piece of the world today.

Grateful and awed by the beauty of a Springtime snow.

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Happy Valentine's Day 2017

 Happy Valentine's Day!


(And a very big thank you to my pug Sophie for being such a patient model)

Saturday, January 28, 2017

Victorian Homes Spring 2017

Thank you so much Merrie Destefano, editor of Victorian Homes Magazine. She featured my floral writing desk in the absolutely beautiful Spring 2017 issue of Victorian Homes Magazine. Make sure to pick up a copy for yourself . The magazine features beautiful homes, interesting editorials and of course, wonderful pictures of Victorian Homes from around the country. 







To order or to learn more about my beautiful Floral Writing desk, just click on the link below: 

Thank you again Merrie!

Sunday, January 22, 2017

Beautiful Things for Beautiful Living: Pale Pink Tulips

Blessed are they who see beautiful things in humble places... Camille Pissarro


Pale pink tulips inside a vintage lantern. A simply beautiful display. 

Friday, December 23, 2016

Christmas 2016

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays.

 Below are a few ornaments from my tree this year.







All the best to you and yours in 2017.
-Robin 

Monday, January 11, 2016

Spring Window in January

 
Even though it is January and there is snow on the ground, that doesn't mean you can't have Springtime in your kitchen window.  This window is above my sink. At this time of year, there is not too much to see outside, so I decided to add cut flowers in small vases, a bird clock, cherubs, and  house plants in decorative urns to my windowsill.
 
 
I chose pink carnations and baby's breath for my small vases. These flowers are beautiful, smell wonderful, and are long-lasting.
 

        A simple and beautiful way to add a little Springtime to your January.