Very pretty in it's simplicity. Love the white outline...just makes it perfect!!! Yes, you've decked the halls.... Happy Holidays.
Such a beautiful poinsettia - it makes me want to pull out some tissue and ink!xoKristin
Janice, I was so glad to see your name pop up on the list as I'm always interested in how you will interpret any theme--you have such a unique free flowing style and imagination. This piece is just in keeping with it. Marvelous indeed. Thank you so much for taking the time to lend CT you creative genius once more! And, whilst I'm at it, a Very Happy Christmas Holiday season to you and yours as well.
The textural element is fantastic. It makes me want to reach out and rub the leaves between my fingers.
I really enjoy this, great lines and fun technique.
What a fun technique. I love it when someone posts something and I say, 'how did they do that?' Is it tissue paper? I love the saturation of color.
This is so pretty. Is it tissue paper. oops looks like jen already asked, that. It's really pretty, I always look forward to your entry! xxoo
Oh what a wonderful learning tool this CT is. I am so impressed with this and so many different things I see. I feel so humbled to be part of it.BlessingsQMM
Jennifer and Heather: yes, it's tissue paper.
How lovely, so effective and such rich festive colours :)
Very cute! Here's mine http://thelunaticsdiary.blogspot.com/2010/12/crimson-queen.html
Very pretty! Love the texture!
this is lovely Janice, I also wondered how you did this, so now I know it's tissue paper.
Oh I love this! The wrinkles in the tissue make the leaves and petals looks sooo real!
Oh, I like this so much. I hope you make your own holiday cards. You are much better at it than Hallmark.
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