Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Rainy Day Fun

How To Have Fun on a Rainy Day:

Bake some sugar cookies using fun shapes
such as an owl, a pussycat and a butterfly.
Play around with your photos using a
computer program such as Photoshop.
Send/receive a gift in the mail to/from someone.
In my case;
Sarah Knight a.k.a. Plastic Acid
who has her own Etsy shop called
sarahkdesigns ~ check out all her beautiful art!
Thank you again so much Sarah!
Capture rain bubbles
in a jar.
Eat a few
colorful treats...
or perhaps more than a few. :)
Make some
home made cards.
Make some more
home made cards
using your own photos.
Curl up and have a snooze
by yourself or
with someone you love.
Reorganize your craft room
after leaving it in a mess
from your card making projects.
Share a home made pizza
with someone you love.
Veggie for me,
pepperoni and pineapple for him.
Happy Tuesday!

:)

P.S. The sun is shining here today ~ hooray!!!

28 comments:

troutbirder said...

Looks yummy. Any leftovers? :)

S. Etole said...

Looks like a very interesting day in spite of the rain ...

Brian said...

What a yummy day!

Velvet Over Steel said...

Great rainy day activities!!!!! I will remember some of these this winter for sure. We got snowed in a total of 4 weeks last year. That's when I finally started a blog! lol

Thanks for sharing!!!

HUGS,
Coreen

PS I love the picture of you beautiful cat!
PSS I want a craft room like that!!

Laurie said...

I'm so glad you have sunshine today Catherine, looks like Banjo is loving it also! Pineapple and ham is also my husbands favorite. Looks so good.

Jacqueline said...

Wow, Catherine, you've been busy; your cards are so pretty!...Love the sweet Banjo photo too...Glad to hear the sun came out for you=enjoy the day!

Lisa RedWillow said...

Looks so very good. You had a lot to do.
The sun is trying to peek though here so I think Im off to my garden . Have a beautiuful day.

Lynette Killam said...

Oh,I love this post, Catherine...all perfect things to do on a rainy day! Your photos are beautiful...I really like the cookie cutter shot..and the pizza, of course. I must also say your cards are absolutely gorgeous!

So glad you liked my forest walk pics..I'm glad the sun is finally back today...:)

Lynette

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Oh Oh Oh---one of my favorite pizzas is ham and pineapple.. Didn't know that anyone else ate it... Hurray for hubby!!!

Sounds like you are having a great time finding things to do during your 'rainy' vacation...

Why didn't you and hubby take vacation together --so that you could go someplace for a few days????

Well---whatever you are doing, HAVE FUN.
Hugs,
Betsy

Becca said...

Yum, sugar cookies! Pretty photo editing! Rain bubbles? How'd you do that? Looks cool! Ooo Sprees...love them! Love your cards, and Aww, sweet, sweet Banjo. Always like to see creative spaces, and of course pizza! Glad you got your sunshine!

Ann said...

I'll have to try that list out the next time it rains. Sounds like all fun things to me. Love the picture of the rain bubbles and just look at all those cards. You were busy

Lin said...

Holy Crapalini!!! Look at YOUR CARDS!! Those are great!! And your work room??? To die for. :) I'd want to be stranded in there on a rainy day.

Deb said...

You are having fun on your holiday aren't you? I love your hand-made cards. It's funny I was just thinking about doing something similar with all my cat photos. I am always leaving cards and notes to my clients and why not have hand-made, personal ones. Your cards look beautiful. Veggie pizza is the best and give a hug to little Banjo.

Sharon K. Mayhew said...

It looks like you are making the best of a rainy day...You post the most wonderful pictures! (Now, I'm jealous of your pizza making skills too...)

The Chair Speaks said...

Wow! There are so many things you can do on a rainy day! :)

BeadedTail said...

Your rainy day looks like a purrfect day to me! Now I want to come visit and enjoy the activities with you! Love the photo of Banjo!

Bossy Betty said...

What a perfect day!

Linda Robinson said...

Another great post my friend.. I just looove your photos.. And thanks for giving us a little peek into your craft room.. Looks like you had some fun.. Your cards look awesome.. Hugs, Linda

koralee said...

Oh I want to see your cookies my friend...that is my favourite thing to do on a rainy day...xoxox

bad penny said...

What a productive day - love the rain bubbles. I spend a rainy day....Blogging ! xx

Tamago said...

I love your pictures! Especially rain bubbles in a jar is my favorite.
Thank you so much for visiting my blog :-)

Debra W said...

What a wonderful day, indeed! I loved all of your lovely ideas. I especially enjoyed the photos of the rain bubbles(something we don't get much of here in Southern CA!), and of your beautiful kitty!

Happy Wednesday:)

Hugs,
Debbie

Romeo said...

Aw Banjo, you look so content and peaceful :) But seriously, how could you possibly sleep through all those fun rainy day adventures?!?!?!

It looks like you had fun, but happy to hear you had some sunshine - everyone needs some of that ;)

"Her" and Romeo

CatherineLovesRoses said...

All your photos are so pretty my dear Catherine, but sorry to say that Banjo steals the show oooooh he is so cute sleeping so peacefully!!! I don´t know if Banjo does the same, but my cats always move their little legs when sleeping, maybe they are dreaming they are lions in the middle of the jungle, who knows... :)

Lovely card designs!!

Have a wonderful day my sweet friend!!

~*~ saskia ~*~ said...

These captured raindrops are awesome Catherine. Looks like you had a great time indoors!
Have a happy Thursday xoxoxo

Jaime said...

The rain bubbles...how did you do that?!?!?

Next time it rains, I wish I could come over to your house...looks so comforting with all that colourful ribbon and the delicious smells of pizza baking in the oven. And sugar cookies...they are right up there with cupcakes! mmmmmmmmm.

Alisa said...

Your photos are so great!!!

Katy Noelle said...

Holy canoli! That's some day! I want one!

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