So much happening around here with my sister & her hubby visiting from Montana. I cannot begin to tell you what a joy it’s been. Betwixt & between I’ve been able to get an extraction done sans Quicktime. I’m hoping to figure it out soon. I may have some news to share in the coming weeks…we shall see.
What I do have is a fun extracted image for you! Here’s the original:
I’ve had this image for awhile & I do not recall where I got it, but I believe it’s an image of a 1920s child’s costume. Check out those wings!
Wishing everyone an Irish welcome to Studio on the Corner! Tomorrow we’ll celebrate St. Patrick’s day with Steak & Guiness pie, a sumptuous meat pie rich with gravy & good things that make your lips smack in appreciation. I discovered a shortbread cookie recipe a few years ago that has become a tradition. The recipe is super simple & uses a lot of Kerrygold butter.
My cookies look similar to the ones above. I use an old cookie cuter that makes the scalloped edge. A pecan or almond is pressed into the center of the cookie. This year I’m going to look for turbinado sugar to sprinkle on top. So good!
It’s good to have a wee bit of the Irish runnin’ in my veins, but it’s even better on St. Patrick’s day!
The Easter bunny will be hopping this way soon. I have 3 old postcards for you to download.
They’ve been tweaked a bit to restore some color & brightness.
Each postcard shows children with spring animals. So sweet!
The first 2 postcards are in JPG format, the third is a PNG. You can use them as is or extract the bits that you don’t want. Print or create something new from something old. The lamb & children is my favorite postcard.
You can simply right click on each image & then select SAVE IMAGE AS or… you can click on the linked words below to download the zipped folder: