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Saturday, February 5, 2011

Just Something Little I Wanted To Share

Hello my dear friends,

today I just wanted to share something little with you.
I am a big fan of quotations and psalms and here are my favorite two:

   'Memories is the power to grow roses in winter'

I found this saying a while back when I was reading, and it stuck with me ever since. It is such a simple saying, and yet in conveys the power of a single memory can hold.

    'He will cover you with his feathers and you will find refuge under his wings' ~ psalm 91:4

I found this psalm whilst looking through the Bible one day and again it stuck with me. I found something very comforting within this saying, almost like it was saying 'You are not alone, you are safe here'.

In fact, I liked both the quotation and psalm so much, that I was inspired to use them in one of my makings.
What you see below is also inspired by one of Dawn's (The Feathered Nest) creations in which she transformed a little old tin into something beautiful.

I didn't have any old tins, so I used what I could find in my treasures.

I created this feather from an old hymn book page. I think this really makes it special.

Last but not least, for all you lovely blog friends, who liked the little wire nests in my last post. There is a picture tutorial explaining  how to make them. You will find it at - http://www.justsomethingimade.com/ -. I hope this helps anybody that would like to create a few of these little sweeties.

Have a peaceful and creative day

Karen B.


  1. Wow, that is wonderful.
    The feather is great too.
    But the link doesnot work?I copied and pasted it...nothing.


  2. Love that feather....gonna make one right away!!! hugs...cleo

  3. How did I miss this post?????
    These are wonderful!

    How clever of you to make a feather from an old hymnal page!!!

    I may have to show my friends this one. OK?

    I wrote out step by step instructions on how to link to a blog.
    If you give me your email I will send it.
    (Or maybe you have it down now?)

    barbara jean