Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Artist's Play Room #43 ~ In My Pantry?!



I admit to BEing utterly stumped by this prompt. In the Wee Cottage, what might BE considered my "pantry" is actually this cupboard so high up I need a step-stool to reach most things, and it is woefully out of place in this tiny little home of mine...

Well, I thought, let me try this. I have a couple of things up on the glass doors. One is a bookmark with this quote from Dr. Robert Schuller:

What would you attempt to do if you knew you would not fail?

The other a little note, the source of which I canNOT recall which says:

Darling, I love you just the way you are.

Which is something that makes me smile several times each day.

Little things like these, along with my boxes of tea and a few pantry-ish items, always give me a good feeling. I didn't realise this until this prompt, so I am grateful. I think it's been very intentional. 

Who knew?!

Anyhow, BEyond that, and a good bit of digital fiddling, that's it, that's all...


just add water silly's blog hop link

12 comments:

Jennifer McLean said...

thanks for entering this week, your piece is so colourful. great job.

stefanie stark said...

This is a great story you shared about your pantry here :) I love the quotes and I think it is perfect to keep them in the pantry as this is important spiritual food.
Your digital fiddling looks great! Beautiful colors!

TwinkleToes2day said...

Do you/have you answered the question "What would you attempt to do if you knew you would not fail?"? Immediately I answered, Painting/drawing. On reflection I think I would attempt to be a more outgoing and sociable person.
I love the colours you've ended up with here Currie. They remind me of the sunshine reflecting off some pretty mirri card :0) Mo

Jez said...

Lovely colours and sentiments. I suppose if I KNEW I wouldn't fall I would get up on a stool like you for the high-up things, but there is an iron-clad rule in our house that at 77 and 80 we are not allowed to climb on a stool without the other one holding on to us. Rules, rules rules - but better than a broken hip.
I usually do my blog-hopping on my i-pad and find that it won't let me leave comments on your site. So I have been checking you out and really enjoying your blog posts. Loved the different take on What's in your Pantry.

Gloria said...

Great colors and composition, love the script running through! Your wee house sounds so delightful. I often think why I need all the "stuff", and am starting to weed out!

Alice said...

i like 'digital fiddlin' immensely! :) yeah, i'm skipping this challenge - i have nothing here, but i am really enjoying your post, and every one else's :)

Serena Lewis said...

Yep, the little things in life can often be the best. Love your digi-fiddling! You have an awesome knack for colour, Currie!

Aranthe said...

Whew! So I'm not the only one who was stumped somewhere along the way? Interesting—we used the same colors, though you managed them to better effect, producing a much more integrated piece.

Morag Archer said...

What would you attempt to do? What a wonderful thought to contemplate...:)

Leovi said...

Delicious composition with beautiful colors. Exquisite.

Tracey Fletcher King said...

you have a great sense of colour and composition... and boxes of tea make me happy as well... nothing is better than opening a box and smelling the tea... have a great week...xx

VonnyK said...

Love your bright colours, looks great. It's amazing what a few little words can do for a person each day.
Von