Saturday, August 20, 2011

Family is a Sheltering Tree

I love these rub-ons by Robin's nest!  "Family is a Sheltering Tree" goes perfectly with the black tree image.  I picked up this frame at a thrift store and love the design with the metal handle.
Check out the Chattering Robin's blog for a tutorial and some great inspiration!

17 comments:

craftattack said...

Great piece, but whoever wrote that saying didn't know my family! Hugs, Valerie

Cheryl said...

oh wow hun this is simply stuning,you amaze me with your creativity super work hun hugs cherylxx

GLENDA BROOKS said...

Just gorgeous! Lovin that frame for sure!

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Lynne Moncrieff said...

Hi Jan
That is a beautiful sentiment.
Gorgeous project.
Wishes
Lynne

artistamyjo said...

Very lovely Jan and so very true.
Hugs

Carla said...

totally beautiful

Terry said...

Great project, Jan! Love that handle!!!

Marilyn Rock said...

Just beautiful! Love the sentiment with it!

1CardCreator said...

Gorgeous frame and love the art you put into it, looks perfect together.

Audrey Pettit said...

Love this! Beautiful sentiment along with a beautiful image. :)

Julia Aston said...

What great stampings for this lovely frame!

velta said...

okay Jan, you got me now...this is stunning! I love the embellishments that you used on this creation...my goodness you have "flair!" TFS!

Nancy Maxwell James said...

gorgeous piece Jan! Love it!

Pamela said...

My blog name is A Sheltering Tree. Google alerts me when the words are found. I'm very thankful for Google because they brought me right to your blog! Your work is beautiful. I know I'm going to learn much from the beautiful items you make. Looking forward to when you get your shop up.

Blessings!
Pamela

bois-fleurie said...

I love the line Family is a sheltering tree. It such a wonderful truth.

Christine said...

Wow, beautiful frame and I love that sentiment. Your right, they tree is perfect for the sentiment.