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02 February 2013

Drawing Challenge :: Discovery






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Drawing Challenge :: Discovery


On reflection I discovered a few things about myself this week that I thought I would share. Afterwards looking back at the order in which I place those discoveries seems to reflect some truth in what Ive written!

This weeks challenge theme is discovery and hosted by Emily.
You can 'discover' other great discoveries by visiting Emily's blog and following the links.



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15 comments:

Trail Pixie Trespas said...

Helen, Thanks for the post! I didn't know you were participating in this challenge and I am glad you did because your discoveries are playfully written on the sticky notes. The layered sticky note is very special because of the unknown below, what are they, hhmmmm. Thanks for participating. I like Tilly, too.

Stefanie Seltner said...

this is so very charming! really makes me smile.
mostly the tiny house moves me.
I hope your dream come true!
your post is a very nice idea for this discovery d.c.
x Stefanie

Patrice A. said...

we are
alike
;^))

Patrice A.
xo

Trail Pixie Trespas said...

Heen, Yes. I will participate in DC #92. I can't wait to learn the theme.
emily

Trail Pixie Trespas said...

*Helen. (sorry for the typo).

tanĂ¯a said...

Thank you so much, you went the funny way to approach that theme! I found myself in many of your discoveries. Your tiny house made me smile! Keep my fingers crossed for you that you'll live there one day! :o)

renilde said...

this is a sweet post Helen
i love baking too , the smell of it
and later sitting down and just enjoying the flavours
(we seem to have something with tiny houses) mine is surrounded by a small garden, situated on a small hill not far from a wide sea
and i would find it very difficult to live without painting, without color, or making things, but in my tiny house there is always time to do that xx
xx

objects of whimsy said...

Your tiny house sounds like my kind if heaven Renilde.

Thanks for the comments its always nice to read them Iam the host this week for the challenge I will announce the theme on Tuesday which will be Monday for most?

I hope you will join me.

Helen x

susan christensen said...

So we have some similar likes and dreams - SCONES, yes - and also the tiny house, which I hope to build on the beach closer to town some day when I am 'old'! xoxo and happy new week to you, Helen. Thanks for sharing your discoveries! -sus

Ariane Reichardt said...

Cool post it-installation, which discovers each paper after paper, dear Helen!

Shall I publish your theme, Lady?

Love
x Ariane.

objects of whimsy said...

yes please!!!!

:)

Ill do a post as well tomorrow

thanks Ariane

Helen :)

barbarabeesblog said...

I LOVE IT - but could you know me so well???
You don't made me smile, you made me laugh out loud. Thank you for that!
BarbaraBee

Norma Conway said...

Scones hey? Me too!!! My oven is broken so I am out of the scone-baking scene for a bit. A scone simply has to be fresh home-made in my opinion. And b-a-r-e-l-y mixed, right? I'd love to hear your recipe if you have a fave. that you always use. *smiles* Norma, x

Carole said...

Scones.....one of my favourite distractions. I too am a terrible procrastinator. Your stickies are adorable!

Kristen Donegan said...

Oh this rings home to me! on so many levels- made me smile most of all and that is the best!