Eggs for breakfast?

Admittedly, Gordon the Gnome was a little surprised at the size of the egg he’d collected for his breakfast that morning, but he was really shocked at the size of the birds flying overhead… He wondered what their eggs looked like? Hmmmm….

For Sunday Postcard Art today!

I created the background artwork last night with watercolours and Gordon was discovered today, courtesy of Google images!

Have a great weekend! 🙂

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  1. Yep, the weekends are for eating eggs at breakfast! It’s a ritual in our household anyway… but there are no gnomes at my breakfast table (I wouldn’t dare to call my beloved men ‘gnomes’ *teehee*)

    (Oh, the absolute ‘celebration breakfast’ to us is ‘English breakfast’ – that’s only on special days that I make that: eggs, bacon, beans, sausage, toast – you know, the whole ‘shitload’…. YUM!)

    • That’s also my favourite breakfast Marit!! I think maybe you meant to say the whole “shebang”!!!! xoxo 😉

  2. Your digital artwork is brilliant and I love the quirkiness of it

  3. Fantastic piece of art!

  4. Awesome card, Rosie, love your background & story behind it!

  5. Beautiful background for your gnome! Great work!

  6. What a delightful background Rosie…and he is soo cute…what a wonderful postcard!!!

  7. What marvelous creations, Rosie!!! I just love the whimsy and color in this piece!!! Hugs, Terri xoxo

  8. Well, you certainly created a lovely spot for Gordon. I’m sure he’s quite happy there. Beautiful!

  9. Fabulous!!!

  10. Wonderful! Off to make an omlette 🙂

  11. Super fun postcard!


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