Friday, February 26, 2010

Graffiti pages from Kris, a little blue sky, a little Murphy and an Elmo & Riley



I received my three beautiful graffiti pages from Kris today! I can't wait to get back to the studio and have some fun with these. Do make sure to click on the pictures to see the textures.
Look at that sky. Isn't it amazing that we have a planet that has so much water that it reflects out into space and presto we have these amazing blue skies. Of course, my Plum tree doesn't really have any buds about to open.............yet.
Don'tcha just LOVE that face?
ELMO and RILEY..........Elmo and Riley.............. just try to take him away from me.

12 comments:

  1. Oh my, those grafitti pages are wonderful. I can just imnage the mess it must have created makeing them. Ohhh, wonderful. I can also image the feel of creating something like this with my hands. I still love finger painting.
    That blue sky is awesome and puppy is sooo cute but Riley is the winner in the cutest category...:)

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  2. Love the graffiti pages!
    The blue sky looks wonderful doesn't it! I still say Riley is the cutest little thing!!!!!!!! I can tell she has a personality to match!!!!

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  3. Wow, those pages are fantastic, you can see they layers and all kinds of different lettering underneath. What fun you'll have with them.

    Riley is so lovely and Elmo of course! That blue sky is stunning. Ours is rather a watery blue this morning.

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  4. Thanks Tess, she sure is a cutie. I haven't had this much exposure to a baby since I raised mine, so it's a real treat to have her living here. :)Bea

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  5. Yvonne and Gina, aren't those pages neat? Our blue sky is now gray again. :)Bea

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  6. The blend of colors in the graffiit art is great.

    Riley and Elmo's little faces are precious.......

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  7. So now I've brought in my parcel (made from the leftovers from my previous parcel when I made The Woven). I want to make grafitti pages and have done one layer. So now what! what's the final idea? What am I aiming for? Sorry to be a bit thick here!!

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  8. The texture...the sacred mark spice ...is evidence of a dedicated child at heart. I have been gone for a day and the pictures of all those faces touch my heart! Elmo is a special friend to all children...we have two we keep in our home for just those occasions when Elmo missed the taxi ride to Newark. Priceless ...those eyes!!! Imagine and Live in Peace, Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart

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  9. What a nice blue sky! Those faces are wonderful, especially Riley's!

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  10. Have a great weekend...I think your Murphy is related to my Rosie...except he is better groomed right now. Imagine and Live in Peace, Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart

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  11. Hope you had a great weekend!! Time for me to get back into a healthy & creative routine. Oh how I missed doing my scrapping while in NH...BUt it's safe to say I have plenty of pics and inspiration now! Love those collages, just gorgeous!

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  12. What lovely colors you have splashed troughout your post! The oh-so-cool graffiti pages, the beautiful sky, very pretty red Elmo and Riley's gorgeous eyes. I needed a shot of color. thanks!
    Linda

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