Spring Means Flowers

It also means that winter, for the most part, is behind us, and for these snowbirds, it is time to go home.

Here in Texas, wildflowers are popping up along the roadside in shades of neon orange, purple, white, and yellow.

I have been busy photographing and editing the images to create new designs.

I have also been inspired to revisit photos from last spring. The featured image is one of Ric’s and was taken at the Butchart Gardens in Victoria, B.C. last April. Daffodils are such a symbol of renewal and hope!

I love how this version of the daffodil image turned out. It makes for stunning home accent pieces.

Here two more floral designs that have popped up in our shops.

To see the full line of Spring florals visit us at KnutsonKreations (Society6) or KnutsonKr8tions (Redbubble).

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Permission to write, paint, and imagine are the gifts I gave myself when chronic illness hit - a fair exchange: being for doing. Relevance is an attitude. Humour essential.

10 thoughts on “Spring Means Flowers

  1. These are all fabulous, V.J.–my fave is the 3rd one, the subtlety of the daffodils is very elegant. So, you’ll head back home to Canada soon? How is your heath these days–if you care to share ❀

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    1. This year did not give me the same healing experience I had during last year’s journey. It’s been a struggle. Thanks for asking. I suspect this disease like many chronic ones, has ups and downs.


      1. Oh gosh, I’m sorry to hear that…kind of discouraging, I’d imagine. But there’s lots of time in this year yet…miracles in the wings πŸ™‚ I will keep you in my prayers ❀

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  2. Flowers are energizing in imagery and up-close-blooming-in-your-face! Beautiful work, VJ.
    I now have a couple of zipper pouches from Society6 with your designs (hearts on one, boats on the other) – gorgeous and practical.

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