January 25, 2016

Sketchbook: It's Never Too Early and a Desktop for You

My Sketchbook: Never Too Early
Since most of my family (along with the rest of the population) nursed a cold last week and the other part of my family nursed the absence of wisdom teeth and a vast number of you just tried to say warm , this saying seems entirely apropos - me thinks.

My Sketchbook: Never Too Early
Playing with stamps, pastels and white paint.

My Sketchbook: Never Too Early
More pastels here, too. And some very funky sounding things like...
mouse eared hawk weed
and long rooted cat's ear.

My Sketchbook: Never Too Early

And because sharing is nice, I thought I'd pass the saying along as a desktop wallpaper.

Never Too Early Desktop Wallpaper

Never Too Early Desktop Wallpaper

Click here to download.
Please remember that it is copyrighted and is for personal use only.

Stay warm!


  1. This is beautiful, Lori, and what a perfect quote for this time of year!
    I hope everyone is all recovered real soon.

  2. Sorry about the colds & health troubles, Lori.
    This could be my motto (though I don't go to bed early, but I love to be in bed, and to go back to it whenever I can LOL)
    Be well. Thanks a lot for the wallpaper !

  3. Thanks Sonia. The colds are on their way out and teeth (or lack there of) is healing nicely.

  4. This is really lovely and I'm so delighted to have discovered your blog! I look forward to seeing more as a new subscriber.


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