Bits and pieces of my journal include a breakfast bouquet and the lavender fields.
Not just another day on the farm.
Suzie and Ian Dick’s lavender fields are simply a delight for the soul and definitely a sensory overload.
So much purple, so much scent, so much blue sky and beauty that you just don’t want to leave!
Suzie is an artist (she does beautiful silk painting) and that translates into the details—- chairs placed in just the right places, a pretty blue cottage full of lavender scented things, pink roses and sundials, and words of hope and joy scattered about the place:))
There’s room for you to sit next to me and do your watercoloring….all you have to do is move the lavender filled basket 🙂
Sorry for the squeal I let out when I saw the lavender fields….
I LOVE lavender;))
Here’s your “scratch and sniff” video for the day;))
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Here’s your view for this morning. Grab your journal and breathe in the awesome scent of lavender!
(Please note: The photos I share here, of our time in France, are to be used as reference for doing watercolors for your personal journals or postcards only. I please ask that they are used soley for that purpose:-)
P.S. If you missed the watercolor tips I posted the other day, just click here to download them.
P.S.S. I will be giving away the watercolor postcards I do while here in France:)) Love making them, love sharing them!
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P.S.S.S. If you think you’d like to come paint with me, you can check out my workshops by clicking here:))