Wednesday, July 21, 2010

gotta hit the ground...running!

it's another quick post today...
but hey...
it has more photos...

first...
here's our latest BABY pic...

we watched this cute little critter try to figure out how to get out of the fence...
finally, the baby went under & met mom...
how adorable...



I wanted to repost this photo that I showed a few days ago...

this shows that details REALLY DO matter...
look @ the original...

I think it looks much better now with the addition of the long fasteners to the holes...

more details = BETTER...
IMHO...



I had requests to show more of the new Maya Road keyhole book...

the cover is in yesterday's post...

so...here's more...

and another...


and more...


and the last...
I used the punch out from the front cover on the back instead and covered up the keyhole...



CHECK THIS OUT...

here's the SCOOP on a design team call...
if you LOVE vintage...

it's a new challenge from Simon Says Stamp...
called...Simon Says Stamp & SHOW!

The DT co-ordinator is THE LINDA ELBOURNE...

so...if you LOVE vintage...
pop over...
check it out...
then APPLY & have fun!

and speaking of fun...
it's time to ...

make (CHA) art!
wendy


20 comments:

Etta said...

It may have been a short post, but...it was long on IDEAS. Simply ADORE the keyhole book!!!
And, the fawn...well,precious. Thank you for sharing. Now, GO MAKE ART!

Linda Elbourne said...

I LOVE you so much THE Wendy Vecchi :0) And that little key hole book is simply STUNNING! As for the details ... you are soooooo right ... as usual XXX

Linda Elbourne said...

I also meant to say ... that little fawn is sooooo much cuter than the bee swarm ... is that the same place???

Wanda H said...

Fawns are so cute!!! Love the book!!!

jan said...

Awesome key hole book, lots of different looks! Thanks for sharing!

Debby said...

That book is awesome. Love all of the new art. The fawn is adorable. Thanks for sharing with us!

paperqueen said...

Cute deer, gorgeous samples, yet again.
Keep having fun,
Eileen in NYC

Helen said...

Love the pics today - art and the baby deer.

SusanK said...

You're right...it's all in the details! Gorgeous and hope it shows up as a class one day soon!

Kathy Eddy said...

Wow, this little keyhole book is fabulous looking. What fun we can have with these. Adorable fawn; that's the only thing I miss about moving to town is not having all the wildlife in my yard and on my deck.

Tona said...

Wow. It's really surprising what difference a little extra detail makes.Loved that keyhole book too. It's amazing!

Lori said...

Love the samples, oh so, Wendy! Fab! Keep cranking out those samples, we want more! lol

Anita said...

Stunning! I love seeing your work. It is great inspiration.

Anonymous said...

It is amazing how a small detail, like the addition of the long brads to the first picture, added to the final project. I am learning so much from you, such as adding small details, looking for unexpected uses for things, and knowing when to STOP! Also, the keyhole book is stunning. The color combination is subtle yet luxurious. I love it. Hope this will become a class. Marijane

Nancy said...

Beautiful, beautiful, BEAUTIFUL!

We had a fawn run through our backyard a few weeks ago. Luckily, I was standing by the back door as it came through, trying to find it's way to the fields outside our development. They are soooo sweet!

michelle said...

I am loving the keyhole book oh so perfect and details are everything. It is nice to know that i am not the only one who goes back and changes things!

Jennie said...

ok, it's official! I am hooked! First time, played with your stamps yesterday,courtesy of Hels and they are brilliant! Have a great CHA.. just wishing I could fly over :(
Hugs x

Sandra said...

Amazing!
Sandra

Liverpool Lou (Anne) said...

Fabulous, fabulous, fabulous :-) Ah love the little deer photo
Anne xx

Roxanne said...

Love this set of stamps! I'd make a card by 1st stamping the ATC stamp in Antique Linen on beige paper. They I'd do lots of the foliage stamp in the background with Archival Olive. Finally the house would be stamped on grunge and popped up (after coloring with vintage photo). Then embellish, embellish, embellish! Can't wait to use these stamps!