Thanks for popping in. How ironic that we kicked off our return to the SHAC with a doodled heart, and this week’s Design of the Week is also a heart! Every Tuesday we launch a favourite Design of the Week with 30% off, plus club discount, to celebrate our 30th year in business.
I drew this one many years ago, but it’s still makes me smile. It’s got something kind about it. We call it our Garden Heart…
Available in stamps
We even included it as a tiny stamp in the Hearty Cut Card Kit…so cute!
Here is some super inspiration from our oh so clever Design Team….
Today’s quote? Ready for a little song worm?
I’ll be humming it all evening now!
Mmm. The Garden Heart. Take a little stroll down the garden path with me…
It’s World Poetry Day today. Did you know? We have another little stamp and Groovi plate…. A poem about the Garden, which I also love. Let me find it for you.
The author? Well, let’s see…such wonderful words, written by an unsung shero…
Dorothy Frances Blomfield was an English hymn-writer and poet. Known as Dora, she was the daughter of Frederick George Blomfield, Rector of St Andrew Undershaft in the City of London.
Born: 4 October 1858, Finsbury Circus Gardens, London
Died: 15 June 1932, Notting Hill, London
Notable work: “In God’s Garden”, “O Perfect Love”
“A shy, devout girl with an inner passion for nature who began writing short poems at an early age.”
Warm days are not far away now. The days will get longer, and we will be able to spend more time outside. I don’t feel the need to venture further than the garden. How about you?
Barb. x x x