Monday, March 16, 2015


So did you enjoy exploring the first group of birdy projects. 

Would you like to see some more of my bird cards?  This group is from the second series issued by Arm & Hammer -- I chose these three because they are common yard birds here in Northeast Ohio year round.  The advantage of spending the winter in the often snow bound northern part of the USA is that you get first chance at the prime nesting territories!!

The Blue Jays, the Cardinals, and the Goldfinches are all daily visitors to my feeders and their presence adds a bright spot to the dreary landscape of winter.  We are all watching for the first glints of fresh yellow feathers on the male goldfinches who share the drab colors with the females during the winter months.  The male cardinals have been singing their territorial songs for almost a month now in spite of the snow and cold.  And the blue jays hoard the peanuts I put out for them and warn everyone when the wintering hawks are nearby.
Here's another batch of birdy projects to review!!  What will be the favorites today?
Can't wait to hear what you think!
Be sure to stop back everyday this week and I'll share links for more birdy bloggers. 
On Thursday, 3/19, I share the quilt I created with this panel including a tutorial for the easiest blocks known to this quilter!!
Enjoy the hop today!!
Mary Huey


No comments:

Post a Comment