New Beginnings!

 

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Iris Reticulata were the first to bloom this Spring!

Hi Friends!

Springtime is just filled with new beginnings! Tiny, green shoots are emerging in the garden after a very long winter. Early Spring flowers brighten each day! So many new techniques are helping me grow as a cardmaker. The small moments of each day are the perfect times to enjoy the quiet, simple joys of life ~ a cup of tea, a long letter from a friend, a lovely quilt, or the time worn patina and stories of a treasured antique.

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Daffodils are like rays of sunshine in the Springtime!

 

 

 

 

This Spring also celebrates my first steps as a new blogger! It has been such fun to create a little place where kindred spirits can gather, learn, and share. I look forward to sharing my love of gardening, paper crafting, and the simple pleasures that make life sweet.

 

Come visit often! I hope each post will feel like a letter from a friend… and that you will leave a little comment.   I look forward to hearing from you!

♡ Dawn

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6 thoughts on “New Beginnings!

  1. Sweet Dawn! This is a perfectly beautiful blog! Congratulations on the launch of a place for friends to connect and read the beautiful thoughts that you so eloquently share and see your gorgeous pictures! I look forward to what you will sharing with us in the future! Sending hugs today! xoxo….Karen

  2. Oh Karen, your kind words have truly touched my heart! I think it will be such fun for old and new friends to gather and share their thoughts here! ♡

  3. Dawn, what a lovely way to start the day! Your musings comprise a wonderful oasis of tranquility and beauty. Love both the thoughtful reflections and the vibrant photos. Can’t wait to see what’s next! 🙂 Katherine

  4. Heartfelt thanks, Katherine! I have lots of ideas and can’t wait to share. A tour of our garden in all of its Springtime splendor will be coming soon! Thank you for taking the time to leave such a sweet comment. Hope we will meet here again very soon! ♡

  5. I would love a tour of your tea garden and then a tutorial on how you make your teas! xo…Karen

  6. What a great idea for a summertime post, Karen! When the herb garden is lush and green, we’ll take a tour and enjoy a cup of herbal tea! ♡

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