Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Friends hop in for a snack

These young wallabies hopped into our front garden this morning for a bit of a snack.  After all our wet weather over this last rainy season our trees and shrubs in the front garden have just gone wild and so are providing good camouflage and habitat for all sorts ! 

 And speaking of All Sorts I've got my dye pots out and planning some colourful sessions for some petite bears heading off to The Gold Coast International Teddy Bear Fair in June.


  I haven't been idle over the last few weeks though and managed to finish and meet the photo deadline for the Australian Creative Design Awards 2011.
This is a very exciting event and the chosen nominees are subject to hands on judging of their work by three independent judges who each write a critique on the piece  for the benefit of the artist.
 The ACD Awards have attracted entries from around the world and I'm so looking forward to seeing what every one has come up with following this years theme, in honour and celebration of, Beatrix Potter.  All the entries will be up for sale at the 3rd Annual Online Ball starting on June 1st. 
Click on the banner below to find out more about this wonderful event.

Trust you are having a happy and creative week so far!

cheerio for now,



  1. Looks like you have been having a great deal of fun with those dye pots Robyn. I love some of the colours you have been producing lately, they're really different.
    Warmest Hugs,
    Sandi @ Bearly Sane / Ess D'Ess Bears

  2. Mmmmmmm, can't wait to see what the dye pots have produced......see you on the Gold Coast my friend!
    We have wallabies aplenty here, they're getting through the fence into the veg, so a fencing project is in the wind in order for us to put in a spring garden when the weather starts to get warm. I so missed our fresh veggies this past season, but we just didn't have the time for fencing :o( Enjoy your garden, Robyn


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