Easter is around the corner... where did the time go?????
Michelle Perkett, colored with my so loved colored pencils. The patterned paper is from Ginger. I stitched the patterned paper with black embroidery floss and added some glass beads on the bottom line of stitches. Some of these glass beads I glued them on the centers of all the flowers. The yellow flowers were cut with the cricut machine and the purple tiny ones were made with a paper puncher. I added some sparkling by gluing some blue and purple glitter on the blue and purple dots of the patterned paper.
Michelle Perkett Studio Challenge blog were we are to use flowers and stitches, and I´m also participating in I love digi Challenge blog were we have to do something for easter.
Last week I was in Cambridge, UK. I went to attend a scientific meeting for 3 days. It was a really nice experience in every sense: the meeting was not a large one so it was easy to have good talks with people of great renown in my field, and share a scientific talk over a pint was something I never done before and I´m so glad I did! sleep in a very old room, and of course the city is amazing, with all that history behind.
I got the chance to visit the college and labs were people made the most important scientific discoveries all there at Cambridge: Isaac Newton developed his Laws of Motion (among so many great discoveries he made!), J. J. Thompson discovered the Electron, James Clerc Maxwell formulated the Unification of Electromagnetism, Watson and Crick developed the Structure of DNA, Charles Darwing formulated the Evolution and Natural Selection Theory... and so on... and so on... I´m so glad I had the chance to make this trip, so full of different emotions and wonder.
I´m posting some pictures to share with you, first Isaac Newton and the house in Trinity College where he was living