Thursday, October 22, 2009

No Quilting To Share

Thanks Kim for sharing your photo secret. Now I have another way to keep my tailfeather glued to my chair here in front of the computer. Playing the little bit I did with the above photo was absolutely fantastic and fun! Maybe I'm last to learn of this site but sharing with you all anyway. Go to this link and have a blast!!

Sure wish I had more photos to share but don't. This week was my Jo Club meeting and I always look forward to show and share. There wasn't anything that you hadn't already seen on my blog so that was a bust! I've been quilting and guess what? I can't share just yet! Shhh..secrets!

So...what you get today is the photo above. These two kittens and beagle pup visit often from the house back behind ours. It is fun to watch all three of them play together. I love having them visit since we have none of our own.

20 comments:

Laurie said...

OOOO - the cats are beautiful - my favorite color! The beagle is a cutie too :)
laurie

Sherry said...

I love the photo the cats look like a big heart. How cool is that

Suzanne said...

I hadn't ever heard of that site, so I'll have to check it out further. Thanks for the info!

Carrie P. said...

Sounds like grandkids, you can send them home when you get tired of them. lol
I don't have any grandkids yet but that is what I hear grandparents say. lol
I have heard of picnik. Have fun with it all.

QUILTING IS BLISSFUL, DI said...

the next best thing to quilt pictures is pictures of kittens and puppy dogs---love them---thanks for sharing---hugs, Di

Kaaren said...

Now if the animals were posing on one of your quilts, Mary, the picture would have been purr-fection!

Cathi said...

Great picture of the visitors! I've heard of picnik but have, so far, managed to resist. Don't think that will last.

Cindy said...

Carrie P. - LOL - I was thinking the same thing.......LOL I wish you could hear me laughing!!!!!

I love how the beagle is looking out for his buddies - ready to play.

onlymehere said...

That's been my problem with posting, most of what I'm working on are for gifts and the recipients read my blog! I'm going to head over to this site bz I've never heard of it! Cindy

Shakerwood Primitives said...

Well, you weren't the last one. I haven't heard of it, either, but you can bet I will be checking it out when I have a chance! Have a nice weekend!

Tam said...

Thanks for sharing the site, never heard of it either.
"critters' are too cute!

Candace said...

Hi Mary, I'm finally catching up! It's great to hear that you're using Picnik - I love it! And it looks as though you're quite busy making wonderful magic in your studio - lucky you!
Cheers!

Teresa said...

That's so cool with the picture. I checked out the site,but I think it is a little beyond my comprehension level right now.

*karendianne. said...

No quilting to share but lots of an-imin-imals to share and love on for free!

animinimals is how I first started saying "animals" - I'm told...

Karen said...

I was a bit disappointed in show n' tell this time at the Jo meeting also. I think only about half of the group showed up! O.K. we will just have to make up for it next time---somehow. If time and scheduling allow that is!! :o)

Karen said...

I don't have time to play today but I did bookmark the site. I think I read something about it before. Thank you!

Kim said...

Playing with photos is happy creative time. Almost as fun as a Picnik. Tee hee! Nice that you can borrow the neighbor's pets, very economical way to get a furry friend fix without having to clean the backyard. Although a walking buddy is nice to have.

Millie said...

Those cats are beautiful. I have not heard of that site, but will go and visit them...if you think it is good, then it is good! Have fun at the quilting machine and we all are seeing forward to your next quilting pictures.

Debbie said...

Cats are my favorite. Easy to love and care for!

Carole said...

Cute picture! Hey, is your Jo Club the Jo Morton Little women's club? I'm hosting one of those at the Shoppe and looking for idea. Would appreciate your experience of it! Cheers!