Friday, 19 February 2016

Paint Party Friday: wait'll you see!

I did something a little different for Paint Party Friday! We had 44cm snow, and I was inspired by a Facebook photo. I cannot abide people stealing photos and posting without permission, so I won't post it.
I thought it fun on a warmish day! I would have done more, but the next day was too cold and the paint cans froze on me. I liked the clean, crisp line I made in my snowblower run. (We did the driveway three times, just to keep on top of it all. Total 44 cm (17"), and my shoulders are still sore.



Daisy is an ever-present buddy, she helped me fill the bird feeders, doing 'bear' as she sought out the noise of the snowblower. Hubby, doing the driveway in the morning! She followed me to the shed.
 

19 comments:

Olga Hebert said...

That's a way to make lemonade out of lemons. Great idea.

Valerie-Jael said...

Love the snow art, great idea to brighten up the cold, snowy wastes.Happy PPF, Hugs, Valerie

Linda aka Crafty Gardener said...

You got more snow than we did, and now it is warming up with rain coming on the weekend.
Love your decorated snowbanks.

Christine said...

Jenn this is very creative and pretty! That was a lot of shovelling do you have a snowblower? It would help.

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
FABulous!!! Just FABulous!!! YAM xx

sirkkis said...

Amazing snow art.
Happy PPF ♥

Nancy J said...

This is taking art to a whole new level.Have you thought of making ice candles in buckets? Coloured water, if you like that, freeze in different layers for rainbow effects, using very cold water when adding layers, leave a small tin( with small stones to weigh it down, in the very top layer, and when all is frozen, take out of the bucket, remove the tin, and put in your candle.I can see " YARD ART" in a big way at your place.

Linda Kunsman said...

I MUST remember this-what a super fun way to deal with all that snow-brilliant!

Out To Pasture said...

First outdoor blooms of 2016!

Debbie said...

love this, chuck always use to build snowmen with the kids and make the face, buttons and scarf with spray paint!!!!

William Kendall said...

Very colourfully done!

The guys in my post from today operate a farm down in the Lanark area, so it's possible they show up elsewhere in Eastern Ontario from time to time.

EG CameraGirl said...

I wish everyone with spray cans did their artwork on snow! :)

Red said...

You're having great fun with all your snow.

Ida said...

Now that's a fun way to enjoy snow.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

It's a miracle! Spring flowers n the snow... I love it! But when it is so cold that the spray can freezes, that is TOO cold!

Nicole Beadwright Campanella said...

Yay public art. Wonderful way to make the best of snow.

Giggles said...

Stunning and fun! I did saw the viral photos of painted snow.. yours are beautiful and fun too!! The photos are gorgeous thanks for sharing... Us here in the west only have rain!!

Hugs Giggles

Abigail Davidson said...

How cool! What a great way to brighten things up -- beautiful color choices too!

Dea Lenihan said...

Ohhh love the snow flowers!How fun--love the idea. Have a great week--stay warm! xo