Monday, April 19, 2010

Postcard, bird

Unlimited Textiles is exchanging postcards again. This is the one I'm sending out. It's done on a wool background with Misty Fuse used to hold silk flowers, fleece, and fabric scraps to it then covered with tulle.
Momma Robin has really been busy keeping her eggs warm.  We have tried to stay away from the back door as much as possible. She wasn't happy about having her photo taken, flew away but then came right back as soon as I left. While she was gone, it was too much of a temptation to photograph the eggs.

9 comments:

Linda D. said...

Oh the postcard is absolutely gorgeous!!! And the nest with the eggs, great photo - hope they all hatch ok.

Connie Rose said...

Beautiful postcard, Sandy. And I love those eggs!

abeadlady said...

Your postcard is lovely, Sandy. I have doves nesting right outside my sliding glass door. I love the cooing sounds all the time.

Vicki W said...

Oh good, I will get to see Robin babies! Love the postcard too!

artymess said...

The postcard is beautiful ...what is unlimited textiles and how often do they swap ?....Lorna

Val said...

Hi Sandy - how lovely to have robins nesting so near - look forward to seeing the babies (if you are quick enough to get a pic!)
Your postcard is gorgeous - love the colours.

Sue Bleiweiss said...

that postcard is gorgeous Sandy. How exciting to have the robins eggs so close by.

linda stokes said...

Lovely postcard Sandy & how great to have robins nesting so close.
Your quilt is really gorgeous too.

Gina said...

Beautiful postcard Sandy! And what a treat to see those blue Robin eggs.