These small bits of art are always a challenge. Credit for background to Astrid McLean, and for the image to Joseph Karl Stieler. For some reason, the "blue" part of Ann's challenge completely escaped me, and there's no blue here. Mea culpa. It was a busy week, and I closed on the sale of my old house. YAY!
I appreciate your comments.
what a lovely lady!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous Bev but why does it make me want to say "Yes, but it's wearing thin."...lol to much TV I guess.ReplyDelete
Beautiful moo, Bev!ReplyDelete
No blue on your moo? Boo hoo! Guess gold will have to do. :O)ReplyDelete
No matter still a great Moo. CheersReplyDelete
I'm sure she has blue eyes! Lovely, elegant lady on your moo.ReplyDelete
It's a very elegant Moo, it would make a lovely bookmark.ReplyDelete
no blue but still a tiny little slice of lovely! great message too.ReplyDelete
Congrats on selling your house! Your Moo may not be blueReplyDelete
but it is a little bit of you!
We'll forgive you Bev as it's so lovely! Great news about your house! xxReplyDelete
I really like that font you used in the text a lot.ReplyDelete
Hee hee, I think Bill hit the nail on the head, Bev. Blue or not this is a gorgeous little card.ReplyDelete
Congrats on the closure.
Hey Bev, there's no way you could be in a blue mood moos-wise this week!! You are over the moooooon having closed the sale on your house after a very long wait.ReplyDelete
Your golden lady is gorgeous.
This is beautiful, love the warm tones - the lady is a winnerReplyDelete
Blue or no blue - your moo is very elegant!ReplyDelete
It's because you haven't got the blue Bev!
And it's better like that, isn't it?
Anyway, your moo is superb!
(Happy for the good news! :)
Congratulatioins! I am in the midst of doing the same thing with my old place, what a ton of work it is!! This is so pretty, Bev!ReplyDelete