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Tuesday, 29 September 2020

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Debs

Oh how pretty! Alexa you have such talent! Absolutely beautful.

Mary-Lou

How very creative, you have such a wonderful gift. I agree flowers are a balm to the weary heart - I often take days long breaks from the news & surprisingly I find my spirits lift & my own (limited) creative juices flow again. This Saturday, Oct 3rd, is World Card Making Day - I have plans.

Karen Walker

This is so lovely. I appreciate all the directions you've given. Once I catch up with some blogging commitments, I'd like to give this a try. Thanks for all the help with the comments (and your kind emails.)

Linda Hoye

How fun and lovely! I've picked up watercolour painting as my pandemic hobby and enjoy the meditative practice it offers.

sheila 77

This is really lovely. I like all the shapes and the restrained use of colour. It's a very interesting way to make a bunch of flowers - paint out the bits you don't want - and it certainly works.
I've just noticed, on a second look, that you've done the same with the vase and added the white lines later, so clever.

Melissa Gross

This turned out oh so lovely! A perfect way to relax & avoid the news of the day!

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