Sunday, August 11, 2013

Take a Word - Wild Animals

This week, Anni has suggested "Wild Animals" as our theme and she has created this most beautiful piece of art to inspire us.  Thankyou, Anni!!
You can find her blog HERE

31 comments:

  1. Great theme and beautiful sample. I hope my entry is wild enough.
    Thanks for looking ad comment.
    Hugs Anja

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  2. Mine is on my blog.

    Great sample, Anni.

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  3. You can find my entry here Thanks for looking.

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  4. Hello girls!Hope everything is fine!Here is my entry:

    http://poeticpostcards.blogspot.com.br/2013/08/the-lovely-beast-inside.html

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  5. My piece of wild animal silliness is on my blog.

    http://ozstuff-ozstuff.blogspot.com

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  6. Lovely sample. It has such a delicacy to it! Mine is here.

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  7. A beautiful example Anni...

    http://thewhimseyasylum.blogspot.com/

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  8. My wild animal is not as majestic as most, but wild none-the-less. Take a look at:

    http://fromthesol.blogspot.com/2013/08/mandarin-orange-sunday.html

    Andrea @ From The Sol

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  9. My entry is on my blog:

    http://hastingshall2.blogspot.com/2013/08/take-word-wild-animal.html

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  10. What a beautiful sample! My wild cats are here.

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  11. Here are my wild creatures.

    http://justanothervolunteer.blogspot.com/2013/08/take-word-wild-animals.html

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  12. What a beautiful example, Anni. It speaks eloquently for Africa's wild animals! My whimsical piece is on my blog HERE

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  13. http://atfoxglovehollow.blogspot.com/2013/08/woodlands.html

    My friendly wild animals are on my Foxglove Hollow blog.

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  14. That is beautifully done!

    Mine is here -

    http://projectbunnyart.blogspot.com/2013/08/the-elusive-whalephant-take-word-wild.html

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  15. http://wwwpeggysamusement.blogspot.com/2013/08/take-word-wild-animals.html

    thanks for the inspiration!

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  16. Wonderful sample!
    My animals on:
    http://korttipaikka.blogspot.fi/

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  17. good morning...
    wild animals are any animals that can´t be tamed, right? ;)
    here is my contribution. thanks for looking and leaving a comment :)

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  18. Beautiful sample by Anni!
    Mine is on my blog. Thanks for your comments! xx

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  19. Gorgeous example, Anni. My piece is on my blog at:
    http://www.thevivere.blogspot.com
    Thanks for the great challenge on one of my favorite themes!

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  20. here is my entry
    http://kerstinskartenblog.blogspot.de/2013/08/wild-animals.html
    thanks for looking

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  21. Wonderful sample and quote. And there are times when my heart burns for Africa itself, such a beautiful continent.
    My offering for the theme is
    here

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  22. The word 'here' seems to have got lost against the black background in my previous comment, so:
    it is here on my blog

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  23. My entry

    http://jeanette-h20creations.blogspot.com/2013/08/giraffe-lov.html

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  24. A little late, but my entry is on my blog here.

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