This is my March project for The Paper Mixing Bowl.
The photos are from last year. After a much needed, seldom seen rainstorm passed through, the rainbow that followed visibly touched the ground in my lower pasture. I've never seen such a thing, but I guess the angles were just perfect for the light to refract right there in the grove between the oaks. The light separated and spilled over the grass in a warm yellow glow. I know now where the term "pot of gold" comes from.
It was an incredible sight - and I had to grab my camera to document it, but there is no way the photos do justice to the real thing. I just feel so blessed to have witnessed it at all.
I loved the March Paper Mixing Bowl specs. They provided the perfect combination of specs to work up these photos. The pink & green flowers are handmade from wired ribbon, folded in half, and then gathered up. The roses are Primas (of course). The lace is antique vintage - from an old estate sale find. I used some gold paint and a stencil to give a bit of overall glow to the whole page. The alphas are a combination of Thickers and rub-ons.
I'm so happy to have these photos finally archived in their permanent home in my "Around The Farm" album.