Wednesday, August 10, 2011

fruit girls & other lunacy . . .

It's been a delicious summer so far. I've been living on watermelon and cherries. Even had a dream about buying a second refrigerator to accommodate my watermelon habit.
Kids planted cucumbers, tomatoes and herbs. It tastes so much better when it's from your yard:) Wish the yard was bigger and the summer never ended.

17 comments:

Cheyenne said...

love love LOVE this!! great designs and colors!! :D

Fifi said...

so funy... so joyful ;))) love it

Mummo said...

Great designs.
I also had live on vegetables from own yard. And it tastes great.

Christina Zemelka said...

beautyful!

Chris said...

They look so happy! I can kind of hear a polka playing when I look at them! lol

Dilly said...

Gorgeous illustrations, as usual! WHat great fun!!!

Carolyn Gavin said...

Beautiful! love all your colors as usual! xxC

plastelle said...

ooohh! this is wonderful!
greetings from Polish :-)
Elwira

Anne said...

Love the colors on these - so yammy!

-GFT- said...

Lovely design ! Great work as usual !

Ruzu said...

I didn't know about your blog :D I found it on monday , but I enjoyed the work on etsy.

here, you are my beloved artist of the week
http://princesscorner-ruzu.blogspot.com/2011/08/beloved-artist-of-week-8.html

Saila said...

Man, I would love to wear those fruit costumes on the girls! Me and one of my neighbours have been putting up a small veggie garden in a corner of our yard aswell. It´s so much fun, except for the all the watering it needs.
Oh, and have I mentioned that I´m a huge fan of yours? And your blog always enlightens my day and gives me inspiration. So thank you for that!

Sharkara@sensitivecreations said...

Cute! :)

Zepol Ilustradora said...

Me gusta mucho, como para estampado de una colcha.

Molly said...

I know what you mean about the watermelon. I could eat it everyday during the summer. In December, I'll wish I'd had more. My other great love from summer gardens, is beets, silver dollar sized. Boiled and peeled with a little salt. Heaven!

orange you lucky! said...

Oh Molly,You are speaking my language:)

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