Friday, March 25, 2011

The rest of this week..

I got so much done this week I started this post on wednesday, and here's what I got done since or got photographed since (helps I had a snow day off on wednesday too!)...

Didn't hide a hope rock this week but made this little watercolor bookmark for LilleDiane  who's just had surgery and could use some hope. If I can get her to give me her address I'll mail it right out to her...
http://www.woodstocklily.com/

I made these little pen and marker gift tags using "tweet", my needlefelted friend as a model. They're for sale on my etsy shop for 2 for $1.50. My co-workers are buying 'em up right now!



Here's tweet and Miss Petunis'a twins, flim and flam, and in green is their crazy Uncle Ned. They're very tiny, but here's the whole family! For sale in my daughter's shop:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/barefootbananas

And here's some pics of my yard from our snow day... before we played in it and messed it up!
And last is the painting I finished last week...

Thanks for stopping by!

34 comments:

  1. It's all so cute! Love the last one.

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  2. These needle felted critters are adorable! :-)

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  3. LOVE the painting- you managed to convey so much joy and confidence into her flight! Gorgeous!

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  4. The bookmarks are adorable and what a sweet gesture to send to someone in recovery. I love your falling lady, she looks like she's taking the first plunge of the season into a lake.

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  5. love your painting from last week and such cute bookmarks!

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  6. The booksmarks are cheery and I especially love the Hope one. My favorite is your falling lady painting. It's wonderful!! She looks so carefree taking her plunge. :)

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  7. Your bookmarks are great and the falling lady seems to be enjoying herself and the plunge. Great job. Have a wonderful weekend.

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  8. Wonderful, happy art. Thanks for the smiles.

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  9. I love the bookmarks and the last one is a great illustration! HPPF! ~Theresa

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  10. I love the little chicks. They are so cute.

    Lovin' Drift Away as well. My kids are giving me looks as I'm singing along. ;)

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  11. Lovely bookmarks and felt creatures but I really love the painting!!

    Your work is always so fun and fanciful. We're so happy to have you join the party!

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  12. I hope she's going to land on something nice and soft! Great picture and totally adore your little felties. They are so cute :)

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  13. LOVe the last illustration! so great. Your bookmarks are so "tweet" too! how adorable for easter gifts. And I am off to check out your daughter's shop on etsy...I love the felted chicks! I see she has your artistic ability!!!!
    Have a great friday! xo

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  14. The felted chicks are soooo cute!

    Thanks for sharing with Crafty Friday!

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  15. So much cuteness! I love the blend you managed in the "skirt" at the top. :-)

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  16. So beautiful..your bookmarks are super-gorgeous ...wonderful creations..shine on! and those chicks are waay too cute!
    Victoria~

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  17. Wow - you certainly have been busy! Such wonderful creations and a very fun way to end your post! Wheeeeee!!!

    xo
    Kristin

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  18. Tweet and his family are so cute! I also love the bookmarks inspired by him. The last illustration is fab-i'd love to know what inspired her?

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  19. Love the bookmarks.. too cute.. and the little felted family is so fun.. I love your painting.. such happiness.. the snow pic.. lol well it still looks like that here too..

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  20. You have been busy! I am really love your blog title and your description.

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  21. You're paintings are so fun. I LOVE your banner at the top of your blog!

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  22. It's really nice and the final image all adorable. Greetings

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  23. What a fun blog! I really like your intro at the top, on your banner..I can relate to not necessarily choosing the subject of a painting, it just ends up that way :)
    ~Kerry

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  24. Your little chicks are adorable and your painting made me smile.

    Happy Fiber Arts Fiber!

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  25. You were way busy! Love all your falling ladies.

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  26. I love your little chicks! I wish needle felting didn't cause so much bloodshed (yes, I'm a clutz)

    Your painting is great! I love your artwork.

    Snow? You can keep that ;-)

    Happy Fiber Arts Friday!

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  27. Love the girl in the last one, the way her hair flows...Cute bookmarks, a great gift idea for the spring holidays. I love how a few artists at PPF were inspired to use the word "hope", because we need so much of it in the world today. Have a beautiful weekend!

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  28. Delightful! Love the variety and talent!

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  29. What a whimsical and great subject to draw about! All the ladies are wonderful. Fantastic watercolor skill. ;)

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  30. Andrea!!!! I am speechless, and so moved by your gift to me I want to cry!! Do you have any idea how much I love your art? Knowing you took time to make me this moves me deeply. I am beyond blessed! I cannot wait to see it, and hang it in my studio. I have a special Pandora-like tree I created and she will be displayed on it. It is home to some of my most treasured gifts, and trinkets that make my heart sing. I'll email you my street address. God bless you, Andrea. Talk about an instant get well card! I could walk to China now! <3

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  31. What a productive week! I love your little pets...honestly they are the sweetest things :)
    And of course your new Falling Lady painting is fabulous, LOVE the thong :)
    xo

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  32. Everything is so whimsical and magical and I have to say that nude gal at the end is just so cheeky cute...haha! Lovely work.

    Annabelle >^..^<

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