It has been an amazing year,
full of sweet blessings
I finished my December block,
the Ribbon Star by Lee Heinrich
in Honeydew, Cardinal Red and Clover
then had the bright idea to take it to the beach,
for a seasonal picture.
The sand moisture was freezing up on the calm, +20 degree day.
The water was moving in it's slow "gelatin" form,
which I think is neat to watch.
So I thought, "Hey, let's put it by the edge here for contrast.
What is the worst that could happen?"
The answer came on a breeze as the blocks lifted
and one flew into the Bering Sea.
Luckily, it didn't go too far and the slow-moving water
made it easy to pluck.
The extra weight and moisture helped the blocks
stay in place for more pictures!
The wet one froze and held the dry block
Without the splash of color from the blocks,
the seascape was multiple shades
of white on white.
I hope you have had a year full of good things,
and finished projects!
for again hosting the
Lovely Year of Finishes!
Please check out the other projects here..
Best Wishes in 2015 to you all.....