Tears Of A Clown

Hi everyone,

How is the weekend going? Thank you everyone for your comments and kind words on my last post.

I was wandering around the house yesterday. You know what that’s like. You go from one room to another and think where do I start! So in the end I retreated to the office and had a play with some digi elements. I had forgotten how much fun it was and without any inky and painty mess to clean up. I normally put the digi pieces on my other blog but I have decided to occasionally put them on here.

Here is yesterdays project “Tears of a clown”.  You know, all afternoon I was working on this and it is only now, whilst writing this post, that the wonderful Smokey Robinson has appeared and started singing in my head. Anyone wanting to hear what is going on in my head at the moment please click here.  If you do have a listen, I dare you not to bop!!! 🙂 I might blast this around the house to try and get motivated to do some chores.



Credits for digi elements as per tou – Itkupilli Imagenarium


We had a little bit of snow this week. It’s not the best photo because my lens is small and I was hanging out the bedroom window but just to share

It does look a little dark but normally it is really pretty village.


That’s all from me today. I will be back very soon with some projects for  Crafty Individuals. Just a reminder, Jean Hardy will be on Hochanda TV  on Monday the 4th February at 4 pm and on Tuesday the 5th February at 10 am. Fabulous new stamps being launched. Love them.

Thank you for looking,

Flo x




  1. Kate Currie

    This is a stunning canvas Flo, beautifully designed, I love the image and the muted shades.
    Love the music, takes me way back when I could bop without the arthritis lol.
    Most of the low level snow has gone, the mountains are however wonderful. You keep well and cosy,Kate x x

  2. Alice

    Amazing and so sweet canvas, LOVE it! You live in a beautiful village and the snow makes it so dreaming! No snow here, but a lot of water and it’s very cold… 😦

  3. corinne Rollet

    Beautiful work too, very delicate… Thank you for the lovely photo too, what a pretty village you live in!
    We have had no snow here, in Brittany… My little girls have been very disappointed 🙂
    Coco xxx


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