Thursday, June 17, 2010

Art Creations 6-17


This jolly fellow is this week's image from Art Creations (thank you, ladies!). I've used backgrounds from Rubyblossom and Cemerony, with an overlay by B. Datema of Scrapbookgraphics. This was such fun to work with! Thanks for stopping by.

20 comments:

  1. Oh wow this is perfect.
    Applause for your work Bev. Love it.

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  2. Its gorgeous, geat background

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  3. This is gorgeous, Bev. I love your background - the colours, the depth you have created and especiallythe staircase rising in the back. Wonderful!

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  4. fantastic!!! great background!

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  5. Its gorgeous ! love the background!!!!

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  6. Well, then, this guy is a poet. This is just adorable, beB!

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  7. The first thought I had in seeing your gorgeous work was: richness. I love the richness in the colors, both in that wonderful background and in the given image. Whatever you did, keep doing it, it is so beautiful.

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  8. He IS a jolly fellow indeed! No wonder - you've given him a beautiful setting worthy of his happy dance, Bev! Standing "O" from me! Hugs, Terri xoxo

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  9. Gorgeous work, beautiful colouring and elements in the background, Love it! xx

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  10. Wow this is amazing, that background is stunning and so rich, I can always guarentee that when i come by you have something amazing to see
    hugs June xxx

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  11. gorgeous background , love the stairs going up and the warm colours

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  12. Fantastic mix ! Great work!

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  13. I didn't get time to do this one, which is a pity when I see what a brilliant piece of artwork you made with it. I love the layers and blends that actually look as though they have great depth. Applause from my corner.

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  14. Ooooh, Happy Feet, lol. He's got some loud poetry going with those clogs :) You've created the most wonderful background for his poetic feet!! what a fun piece Bev!!

    Hugs,
    Linda

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