Tuesday, March 10, 2015

When you're snowed in...

With all the snow this winter I found putting jigsaw puzzles together was a great way to pass the time away.
I have not been spending very much time on creating things lately, however, I am now in the process of gathering supplies for some new projects that I'm excited to try.  I hope to post some photos about them next month.

I'm off now to purchase one last puzzle for this season. It's a special jigsaw puzzle. An artist friend, Phyllis Moser, had one of her original pieces, Eve's Gift, made into a puzzle. If you would like to find out more about Phyllis and her art you may visit her website here - http://www.phyllismoser.net/ Or if you would like to find where to purchase her puzzle go here - http://www.zazzle.com/phylmoser


  1. Jigsaws are a great non-tech way of enjoying free time Linda, agreed! I used to do them all the time before I got a computer! hmmmm...... I still have the ones I loved the best with great intentions of doing them all again, one day.....! Love the kitty one. :) x

  2. Linda ~ your page is thoroughly beautiful, entertaining, and relaxing! I am in awe of the tremendous talent you have - as if you can create wonder and delight from all you behold. The world needs more visionaries like you!

  3. Hi Linda, LOVE your completed puzzles. The beachy scene is gorgeous and would make a great framed wall print. The tapestry would as well. Some of my favorite puzzles I have turned into wall pieces by brushing on modpodge, let dry and it will stay together to place in a frame or have done with a matte like Michael's etc.
    Beautiful work my friend and have fun with your next one.

    Have a great weekend and enjoy.
    Hugs, CM
    p.s. thank you for stopping by and your kind comments. I always love to see you my friend. xo

  4. Oh my!!! Just browsed Phyllis Moser's pages. WOW! What a gift. I have to show AJ when she visits this weekend. And calligraphy too...one of these days I'm going to take it up.

    Thank you for asking about my current post, Linda. You're such a good friend for knowing I meant more, and for asking. I'm just taking a break for now. The year is going by so fast, and this mother of the bride wants to take it all in.

    Love that cat puzzle...wish you lived next door so we could work on one together. ;)


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