Great choices for cards. Cher Sunray Gardens
Love the notecards Judith.
Beautiful photo choices Judith. I love sheep. If that brown wooly caterpillar is a predictor of winter weather then it looks like it might be a hard winter there with it's long brown section. Great notecards!
Judith, I like your *organic* selections! Such wonderful color on the flowers, the caterpillar is fun and I just LOVE sheep! All seasonal reminders Fun for Mosaic Monday and Vee's Party!
Great notecard choices, Judith! I love the flowers and the caterpillar (we used to call those "wooly bears"). Have a great week, Judith!
These really are beautiful choices for notecards! I love the close up of the wooly worm! I've heard when it has more black...it will be a hard winter. Maybe yours will be mild! We'll have to remember this little guy! Hugs!
I just read the comments! It looks like the weather could go either way! heehee! I always forget which it is! Hugs!
Great card choices - those sheep look so sweet in the field.
Judith, your notecards are striking, or stunning--the color variety and crispness of the photos! Great idea to put them into a mosaic too! Hope you have a great week!
Your shots are beautiful. I especially like the lavender - lovely cards!
Judith,Every single one of your awesome pics would make a great notecard!Well done, ma'am!Give Topaz and rub for me.
Lovely images, Judith! I've been seeing some of those caterpillars. Beautiful shots for notecards. Have a wonderful day!
Your photos would be perfect on your cards Judith. Valerie
Awesome images on your notecards today!
These are beautiful images. I just love the first one!
I really liked them all,very nice entries!
Lots of texture in those pics! All fun photos:@)
Crisp, beautiful photography. I really like the complementary color edges you did for your note cards, too. So glad that you could join us!
Thistle buds look like the sweetest little lavender wands, don't they? Just noticing that as I took a closer look.
Great choices for note cards.I've been seeing a lot of those caterpillars around lately.
These are wonderful! I love the caterpillar the best of all. That's such a fantastic close up.
You have such a pretty blog and your note card choices are all so nice. That wooly worm made me smile.
Very beautiful and interesting photos. Visiting from Vee's Note Card Party. xo
Beautiful pictures! They are all so pretty and I love the borders you've put on the pictures.
What a beautiful set of photos for cards. I love them all. :)
Oh JudithI love all your cards - very professional - do you use Photoshop for the edging?I've just entered my first Note Card Party with images of making marmalade! However, now I have a better idea of what I will do next time!I've become your newest follower as we have much in common with gardening, granddaughters and afternoon teas!!I would love you to pop over and say hello to me - I live on the other side of the world in New Zealand, but with the joys of blogging that's just a click of the mouse!!Shane ♥
what great ideas. i love them all. as a kid i would pick those guys up & play with them. we have yet to see them crawling across the roads ... i wonder where they are? so cool!! enjoy your fall. (:elizardbreathspeaks.blogspot.com/
Great pictures! I'm partial to the sheep. What a peaceful picture.
how pretty and relaxing and since we are memorizing Ps 23, I enjoyed the sheep
I found that caterpillar to be absolutely fascinating. I love to see them out and about and the detail and color in your photo is perfect.
Very pretty photos for note cards and I love the frames you choose for them. The caterpillar made me realize that I haven't seen any here yet. You have a pretty blog! Have a nice day.
Very nice! Did you edit these on pic monkey? I love the using that editor....Reading your comments has me confused at to which way the weather will go according to the color of the Wooly Bear!Deanna
Love the colors particular in the wooly worm. As usual your lavender makes me smile. Blessings dear blog sista.QMM
Such great picks for your pics. A+
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