Saturday, May 19, 2012

Sunday Postcard - Childhood

I've used my own photo of one of the tulip fields in Oregon, and the child is from a Jesse Wilcox-Smith painting.   Thanks for the challenge, SPA ladies, and thanks to my blog friends for stopping by!

14 comments:

  1. This is wonderful Bev it looks like the needlework from my childhood...exquisite!

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  2. Beautiful! Love the tulips..

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  3. Gorgeous texture Bev and love that little child! xx

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  4. Really striking, Bev. Love that texture.

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  5. your tulips look like they´ve been stitched on an old gobeling - striking!

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  6. Wonderful card, Bev! love the tapestry looh of the tulips, and the colors are fabulous--a real treat for the eyes.

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  7. Lovely texture and colours, Bev!

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  8. It's adorable and I love how you have done the texture, Bev!

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  9. So beautiful, Bev, with scrumptious textures and brilliant colours. The picture has a painterly touch and you have worked wonders on a modern-day, crisp photo to make a lovely background.

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  10. Hello Bev, thank you for looking at my first postcard and your lovely comment.
    When I first looked at your card I thought you had embroidered it. You have managed to get wonderful effects.
    Best wishes
    Lynn
    One I made earlier today
    www.doodlybird.co.uk

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