such a beautiful sketch...I sure could use this stove myself:) Happy PPF!
Happy PPF Linda! I am sure you coyld get warm with it!
Beautiful sketch. Happy PPF, Annette xhttp://nettysartadventures.blogspot.co.uk/
Thanks Netty, Happy PPF too!
Looks so warm and inviting! Happy PPF!
Thank you Tammie! You can ger warm with it.
I'd love to be in front of that fireplace right now...Great job!
EVA, I usually sit in front of it and am enjoying. Thank you.
Ah, I can feel the heat! Thanks, it is cooling off here again in Alberta, Canada, after having a week of temperatures above 0 degrees Celsius. A week before this, we had temperatures in the negative twenties, with wind chills, it was closer to -35 on some days. Well done!
Oh, Renee, you have had really cold this winter! We have not had so cold this year, perhaps here on the coastline around - 10 degrees C max . Usually it can be -20 degress C. You should need a stove too, perhaps you have too.
Beautiful work on your blog!Smiles from Belgium, Saskia :)
Sello Saskia! I am glad for your visit on my blog! I hope you can come again! Thank you for your comment och lovely words:) Smiles and greetings from Finland , Sirkka.
Beautiful style! Looks so warm and cozy!
Cindy, thank you! It is warm and cozy when you have fire in the stove:)
Lovely sketch :)Deepahttp://deepazworld.blogspot.in/
Thank you Deepa, I am glad you like that-
Good work of your burning fire. Is really great.
Thank you so much for your comment. I am glad you like it, Margik.
Beautiful sketch - I could feel the warmth of that wood stove!
Thank you ! Isn´t it a sweet warmth from the stove:)
Comfy and cozy and a perfect spot to paint.Makes me want to go out and buy some logs for the dark hole in the wall : )Annabelle : )
Annabelle, it is:) Thank you for your comment!