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Sunday, March 24, 2013

daffodils for mosaic monday








While at the grocery store the other day I spied a lady selling bouquets of daffodils in the foyer to raise money for the Cancer Society.

I decided to buy a bunch and they are pretty well all opened up now.

They are so bright and cheerful and my own daffodils a still buried under the snow, so these will do for now.

Thank you for your concern but I am feeling great today! :)



Thanks to Lorrie of the blog 
Fabric, Paper,Thread and her tutorial on how to make a mosaic with a photo background. 
 Go HERE.  It's so easy!!  :)


 I'm joining Mary for Mosaic Monday.

Blessings,

Pamela

35 comments:

  1. Well done - and what a cheery mosaic you've created. Blue and yellow make me smile every time!

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  2. A great job, and lovely photos. Hopefully, the snow will melt soon. :-)

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  3. Beautiful daffodils done up very well here!

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  4. We must have been thinking alike today. I have yellow flowers today and thinking spring. Valerie

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  5. I haven't seen the daffodils for cancer yet but usually buy some too. The snow is almost gone here.
    Judith

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  6. Love the pretty daffodils and the purchase going to benefit cancer is wonderful. A pretty cheery post. Glad you are feeling better. Have a happy week!

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  7. This is beautiful Pamela. Daffodils always say Easter to me!

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  8. Awe, I do not remember if I knew that you had not been feeling well, or not. I am glad to see that whatever was going on, that you are feeling better by now.
    The green of leaves are all up for our Daffodils and Jonquils and we are getting snow today and tomorrow, so I may have to make a purchase of some as well.
    They do look like sunshine~

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  9. I just bought my Cancer Society daffodils yesterday - they are just beginning to open. I can't wait for their cheery faces!! Love your mosaic!

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  10. So very pretty, Pamela. Oops...I was going to research Lorrie's method and didn't. I will soon. Taking time off from MM today as hubby is feeling punky.

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  11. Wonderful photography of the beautiful daffodils and love the nest too ~ enjoy ^_^

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  12. Beautiful daffodils, Pamela, and a great job with the mosaic. Thanks for the shout out. Hope you continue to feel better this week.

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  13. gorgeous daffodils. so lovely. ( :
    feel better soon.

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  14. Yes, great job on the mosaic and so cheerful all that yellow. my daffodils are about finished outside, but winter is back anyway, so now spring blooms have slowed down.

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  15. You did a lovely job on the collage, Pamela. I like the look of the plates you included!

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  16. Daffodils are so sunny and bright, they say spring to me. So happy you are feeling great. Take care, Jen

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  17. I am so excited your mentioned Lorrie's mosaic. I loved it and commented to you how unique and attractive it was. Now I can see how to make one. Yours turned out beautifully. The daffodils are so pretty. Ours were up all around the yard, but they are now covered in fresh wet snow. I hope they make it through the second round we are to get later on tonight. Yellow always puts a smile on my face. genie

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  18. Cool mosaic - I'll have to see how it's done! The daffodils are just beautiful!

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  19. I love the yellow daffodils, SO pretty! I'm sure you are enjoying them. Soon, very soon you will have some in your garden.
    Hugs, cindy

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  20. I need to buy some flowers...those are so pretty and bright. And for such a good cause.

    Jen

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  21. I just took a big breath and held it when I fist saw the pictures of the daffodils. How gorgeous they are!!!!!! Your pretty sunshine yellow and flower plates are beautiful. I really love them. Were they handed down through the family, too, Pamela?

    Have a sweet night tonight and a nice day tomorrow!
    Susannah

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  22. The daffodils are so bright and cheery! I like the yellow and blue combination. Hopefully it won't be much longer now before we see the daffodils in our gardens.

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  23. Beautiful collage showing with Easter. Ønskerdig a good Easter :) Hanne Bente

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  24. Daffodils are my very favorite. Your mosaic is just so lovely and a perfect picture bring my eyes back to after looking out at snow falling down yet again.

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  25. Oh Pamela - Your daffodils are beautiful!! We use to be military and lived 13 different places in 11 years. Everywhere we moved- I would plant daffodil bulbs everywhere. They're my Mom's favorite flowers and she has huge daffodil wallpaper in her kitchen with yellow dishes.
    Hope things are warming up for you a bit up north!! We're still waiting for spring time!! I love winter - but enough is enough!!
    Great meeting you!

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  26. Lovely Pamela...I do love the daffodil.

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  27. Hi Pamela! OH, what a beautiful mosaic! I love daffs and think they are the most beautiful flower and of course tulips! :)
    Stay warm.
    be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  28. Hello Pamela, my fellow Canadian blogger! Love your mosaic. Those dafs are so cheery this time of year, aren't they?

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  29. What a lovely mosaic.Your daffodils tell me it will be spring soon but we have to wait for a very long time here. It is still winter here.

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  30. Pamela! We can certainly count on the dafs to bring us a bit of sunshine!
    Happy Easter weekend!

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  31. Pamela, your daffs are so pretty and I thank you for contributing to the cause at the same time. Thank you for adding the way to do the mosaic. I will have to run over and follow Laurie and learn how to do that. Your's looks beautiful..Happy Monday..Judy

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  32. Thank goodness for grocery store daffodils!

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  33. Lovely bright and beautiful collage Pamela - hope your own daffs. pop up from under all that white stuff soon!

    Hugs - Mary

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  34. Beautiful yellow daffodils.. just the thing for spring and Easter.

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