Tuesday, March 21, 2017

On The Farm...

Hi folks...I'm sharing a few cards I made after spending a day down "On The Farm" with Tim's Stampers Anonymous stamp set...

I'm a country girl at heart and it brought back wonderful memories of times spent with a childhood friend on her grandfather's farm...bringing the cows in for milking...mucking out the byre...bottle feeding the orphan lambs and collecting the eggs...we were as happy as larry covered in muck but nowadays my version of mucky is just as much fun but smells less pungent.
and I had lots of fun stamping and colouring these farmyard animal images...

and this is a scene I see often on my trips out and about...a flock of black faced sheep sheltering against a dry stone wall (dry stane dyke as we say in my neck of the woods) on a cold grey murky day somewhere on a Scottish hillside and though I say so myself...I love that moody sombre "it's going to rain any minute" sky created with Iced Spruce/Walnut Stain and Peeled Paint Distress Oxide inks...

but braving the elements to round up sheep in our unpredictable northern climes doesn't sound such a great idea...Bo Peep I am not and His Nibs turns his nose up at retrieving a ball never mind a whole flock of sheep so I'll settle for playing all day in a cosy crafty space with my furry partner snoozing at my feet.
Toodle-oo for now
Hugs Kath xxx


  1. Such inspiration Kath and always a little side story which I love.....
    Fab creations once again....enjoy your day....x

  2. Oh wow Kath, both of these are absolutely gorgeous!!! You have captured a wonderful vintage feel on both projects, I just adore the sheep (my favourite animal ever...), the backgrounds are stunning. It sounds like we had similar childhoods too, there is something so rewarding about working with farm animals...

    Saw my first little lamb yesterday too, Spring has definitely sprung - just wish someone would tell the weather people - lol! Hugs, Anne xx

  3. The background behind the sheep - wowza!

  4. These are fabulous Kath, I hope you have a good week.
    Linda xxx

  5. Great projects showcasing these fun stamps Kath xx I grew up on a farm and loved it.
    The sheep against the dyke made me smile.....I love Guid Scots words/names

    Thanks for sharing and enjoy indoors with Buddy as its mighty cold out

    Hugs Annie x

  6. How FUN and funky wonderful! I LOVE the clipboard idea too. Those stamps are some of my new favs!

  7. Love your attention to details! Have an awesome weekend!

  8. Oh WOW,lOVE those Stamps,the cow looks just like the ones in our field out the back.The really are lovely,I love them all.You have done a Great Job as always Kath.Huggles and a Huge Cuddle for Buddy.xxxx

  9. Sorry about mistakes lol.x


Thanks for taking the time to visit me in the cubbyhole...I love to hear from you.
hugs Kath xxx