Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Artsy Note Cards

I like the monthly link parties and Vee's note card party is a favourite.  Share 4 photos that would make nice cards to send to friends or family and include a box top if you want. It's simple, easy and you're invited to join us.
My note cards this month have an artsy theme, related to gardening of course, if you know me. The brother of a fellow garden writer makes the most amazing statues that I've captured in his sister's gardens.
 B Davis 'Generations'
 B Davis 'Water Harp'
B Davis 'Tides of Time'
 (I call this one the Darth Vader water fountain)
Some fairies come out in daylight, photographed in a daylily breeder's garden.
A box top for my cards.
Thank you Vee for hosting this fun party every month. Visit the others at A Haven For Vee.

36 comments:

  1. These are gorgeous! I love that you captured a photo of the fairy...not easy! Oh...I did Statues for my note cards. Everyone will think we got together on these! The Lavender gals! Enjoy your week! Hugs, Diane

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  2. Yes I see a similarity with the lavender girls! Nice set of cards. Judith. I think I like the harp the best…really interesting. Also you have a gray and green theme going on!

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  3. These are beautiful garden statues and would make great note cards. I like the 'Darth Vader' one. :) Very interesting. Your friend's garden must be beautiful.

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  4. Hello Judith,
    Great shots of the statues in the garden for note cards.

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  5. Oh such lovely note cards. Each one is my favorite, and that's my final answer. HaHa.

    Magnificent photography. I would use those note cards.

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  6. Oh my, they are gorgeous. Once again the notecard party has rolled around and I forgot about it.

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  7. I love yard art, Judith, and this was such a great idea for your note cards. Thanks for sharing and Happy Easter.

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  8. Wonderful statuary, blessed sister to have so much of her brother's work in her garden. I like that Darth Vader fountain. Also really enjoy the movement in the garden fairy.

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  9. The Lavender Girls! Ha! Great minds and all.
    Love the statuary. These would make lovely note cards. My favorite is the delicate fairy. Garden art is so striking.

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  10. All would make beautiful notecards, the harp is my favorite, thank you for sharing.
    Blessings,
    Sue

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  11. Lovely garden art...a very nice set of note cards! I think the harp is y favorite! Enjoy your Easter weekend!

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  12. Great sculptures - amazing talent! I loved seeing the summer garden too. :)
    Hugs, Beth

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  13. What talent! One of my favorite places to spend time is in a garden.

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  14. That is a funny coincidence that the other Lavender lady also featured statuary!

    I love the "water harp" with its graceful scroll and delicate strings. Beautiful.

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  15. Very nice, and I love that water harp! isn't it gorgeous!

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  16. Your not cards are just beautiful, Judith! My favorite is the harp, it's just perfect! Great collage!
    Have a great day~
    Nancy

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  17. I love to see different gardens and I love garden art ... these are all wonderful, Judith. This must be a very special place. Happy Spring!

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  18. Very nice, those are some nice note cards. My favorite is the fairy since I have liked them forever. Have a great week and thanks for sharing.

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  19. How pretty! I love the harp and the fairy. They are all amazing! Nicely photographed, too!

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  20. These would be a lovely note cards to send for invites or thank you notes. What a talented person the sculptor is. Of course I especially like the fairy. :)

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  21. These would make a lovely set of notecards, especially for your gardening friends! Love the garden fairy!! I do not have any garden statuary... must look into some...

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  22. Beautiful note cards Judith and they really are artsy and very unique and special. Thank you for stopping by my blog and for your very nice comments.

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  23. Very nicely done. I love the fairy.

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  24. Beautiful! The harp one is my favorite. It's followed closely by the fairy. I love them all and would love to see them in person.

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  25. I absolutely love the fairy, such a great theme!

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  26. Yes you Lavender ladies were thinking alike. These are great shots and I love the statues.

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  27. I would love to have the water feature in my yard. Great photos!

    Smiles,
    Caro

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  28. Nice choices. I like the Harp & the Fairy.

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  29. Wonderful series for the note cards. The fairy is my favorite. Have a great day and Happy Easter!

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  30. These would make beautiful note cards, Judith! You've selected perfect images for sending sweet messages to the people you care about. Lovely.
    Happy Easter!
    Debbie
    xo

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  31. Beautiful statues. I have plays with note cards, even getting one printed on Shutterfly. I use then for thank you notes. I am old fashioned, I guess, I still like to send notes through the mail. You inspire me to do more.

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  32. Hi Judith - The statues are so beautiful. Good choices!!

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  33. Oh my, how fortunate it would be to have a sculptor in the family when you're a gardener!

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  34. I love garden art like these! Wonderful set. And I am swooning over the photo of the trio of purple tulips pots that you posted for Easter. May you have a wonderful and blessed weekend!

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  35. Hi Judith! Lovely sculptures - the harp is my favorite - and a great box of notecards for any gardener and lover of whimsy! I also see that you're putting all your vast knowledge about gardening onto a new site. Oh, how I wish I knew more about such things. But, I can only keep so many details in my head. Glad I know where to go for answers!
    Joy!
    Kathy

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