Wow! Your a fast painter.It takes me forever to complete something.I think I might knowwhat kitty inspired thepainting of the kitten. ;)Thanks for the commentabout the pillowcase dress.Yes I think an adult smallwould be the right size. ;)Creative Kismet made somecurtains that I really likeout of some pillowcases thatI seen on her blog recently.God Bless You and Yours!!!
I'll have to check out Creative Kismet. Thanks! The top three paintings are on little pieces of wood so they didn't take long. The bottom one is a larger canvas and I've been working on it for a pretty long time. It still needs something so I'm letting it rest.
These look great!
I was just thinking of Mona Lisa last night and I came on my Blog this morning and saw that YOU had visited!!! Always GLAD to seeeee YOU! I LOVE those paintings!!! I have a block of wood I want to put on Etsy soon! The time goes by too fast!!!
Looks like you had fun. I especially like the bottom two.
Lots of creating going on at your place! I always like your art. Of course you know I'd love the last one because of the colors!!
Beautiful paintings! I really love your use of colors :-)Hugs,Benedetta
Hi Lisa! yay for painting! I really love the kitty one! thank you for visiting my blog:):) happy week to you! xo...jenn
CRO hehe When I worked at the coffee shop, I had a guy who always called me Mona. Confused everyone else. Can't wait to see what you put up.THanks Jodi!Janet, definitely has something lavender going on, huh? lolBenedetta, thank you SO much! I adore your work.Jenn, thanks so MUCH!
very cool!! The last one is my favourite!Hey - if Hollins is 10 minutes from your house, we should get together and have coffee and knit some time. I live about 45 minutes north of Hollins. You're on ravelry, right?
PS. I think I know who inspired the second onetoo! It reminds me of acertain son of yours andJesus too.God Bless You and Yours!!!
Is that Jesus..or Nick?? heh hehe
Lisa, I LOVE these! Is the cat available perchance? He rocks.Alberta
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