The real Himalayan Blue poppy over on the blog..Tish Farrell Writer on the Edge for May 22 is just so ,so pretty. I just ‘needed’ to make one ,or two ,or three in paper since that is what I do. Do look her up and enjoy all of her writing. She spent a good deal of time in Africa years ago and writes so interestingly about all of her adventures while there with her husband. My own dream trip to Africa is just a dream but I would love to check the bucket list and go some day.
While I am here ….There seem to be several new wonderful souls who have clicked follow on my blog. Thank you …and even though I don’t post as often as I thought I would…you are most welcome and please continue to enjoy the blogs I repost from those I follow and you never know when I might jump in on my own. I really do have great intention …things just get in my way. Like the repainting of my kitchen. There of course is a story here but maybe another time.
Please leave a Hi so I know you were here and remember…This is the Lords day…REJOICE.
Comments on: "Out of the Blue" (25)
This is beautiful
Thank you…it was fun to put together.
Very intricate, Beverly. Very nice.
The ‘squares’ on the right – are they ink or watercolour? I like the effect. They provide a nice balance to the flowers.
They are ink …!blown around with a straw. Fun
It’s very impressive. I will have to try something similar!
I use the back side of photo paper. Don’t ask why…because Sandy Allnock said to.
It must allow the ink to flow easier! There are a lot of things I do that make make me ask why! 😄
What a fantastic creation, Beverly. You have captured the poppies so well.
Why Thank you. Of course the real thing takes center stage but this was a fun project. My poppy die is for a fuller flower so I had to redesign it for the four petals.
Well your design works!. I forgot to thank you for your kind words about my blog. So THANK YOU.
Beautiful, Beverly! 💚
Oh Beverly…thanks so much for sharing. That is so beautiful!
Thank you dear Faye. Something about Tish sharing that beautiful blue poppy just hit me. Don’t know I knew they came in blue.
Humph. If I cannot eat it, drink it or smoke it, then it is taking up valuable real estate. 🙂
I love your posts! The art is beautiful. So happy. Now do write about your kitchen please! What color?
Oh…You and Faye are bugging me about writing. You know I have trouble doing that but I do hope to do better. ….White…Benjamin Moore Dove white.. It was a forced project . haha..and I will try to blog about it. .
This is so beautiful it took my breath away. I will remember the great tip about the photo paper. I love Blue Poppies too. I missed them this year…didn’t get to Longwood Gardens in time to see them. I want to thank you also for the visits to my blog and the comments…you are appreciated.
Thank you. Blue poppies were new to me and Tish’s are so different with only 4 petals. I was just in awe with how pretty her photos were.
Beautiful! Always a joy seeing you post!
creates a feeling of joy 👋
Thank you for the kind words.
Thank you Beverly for praying for these persecuted believers. ONly update I got is that they still have detained the elders and the intern and a regular church members, the rest they let go. The pastors are some of my brightest students teaching overseas
I am afraid we will continue to see more of this …even here…until the Lord returns.