As our weather gets hotter (we should hit 107 degrees next week) I think, more and more, about those cool, afternoon rain storms back home...and the precious Columbines that grow in the shade of my mountains that I miss in the summer (I do love my desert, though - and notice I said I miss them in the summer...this CO girl doesn't miss the snow!).
Have had this beautiful, large brass stamping squirreled away for a "project unknown", until last evening (and thanks to Heather French and Suzan, at oldgreymare, for some creative inspiration on just how to utilize it, FINALLY....and this one's for me, while I'm still into the whole "bird thing"). Creamy pearls and clear crystals from an old Vegas chandelier (oh yes, they are abundant in this town, when old fixtures are replaced with new ones in the casinos), plus three pearl "eggs", sitting in a nest of brass wire - all perched atop my newest little acquisition from an afternoon of antiquing...a bone china souvenir saucer, handpainted with my beautiful state flowers.
Not quite an ALL white post, but creamy enough to play along on White Wednesday...shout out to Kathleen at Faded Charm for hosting the fun. There is some really incredible inspiration to be found on those pages...make sure to check it out!