Wednesday, February 24, 2016

woyww - Phalaenopsis II


Painting a similar Phalaenopsis to last week but this time a plain background.  Still needs another few layers to give the colour some depth and make it stand out.  Should get around to finishing it over the weekend.

Caught up with RosA for lunch today and came home with lovely die cuts and stamped images.  Thank you :)... always lovely to have lunch with a crafty/woyww friend.
Have a lovely week.

17 comments:

  1. Not sure what that P word means but I like it and those dies are so intricate
    Bridget #8

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  2. ah RosA is always so generous a friend, not sure when I will catch up again, Sandra with her, and I owe her some die cuts too wasn't well when went down last time and so did not get them done for her.
    I have two white orchid flowers, too, a white dendrobium from my sister I should put it on WOYWW next week if i remember it is in the loungeroom.
    Thanks so much for sharing.
    Happy WOYWW! Shaz in Oz.x #25

    {Shaz in Oz – Calligraphy Cards}

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  3. Lol at Bridget's comment above!! The P word is quite hard to spell and pronounce, so you win the award for the Best Blog Title this week :-) How lovely to meet up with Ros...hope you both had a fab time!
    Hugs, LLJ 13 xxx

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  4. A lovely painting . Happy crafting Jill #1

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  5. I'm sorry to fall into repetition, but such a beautiful painting. And I should find me some crafting friends nearby too.happy woyww Vicky#3

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  6. Absolutely gorgeous....looking forward to seeing it when it's finished!

    Happy WOYWW
    Caz
    #31 unless Mr Linky has changed it!

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  7. Your orchid is beautiful - what a lot Rosa can learn from watching you painting. How nice that you two can meet up and share lunch and crafting - nice things you brought home too.
    Hugs & Thanks for visiting me earlier - Neet 4 xx

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  8. You've painted the orchid beautifully. My girl has had the water colours and gouache out this past week. She had to paint in the style of another artist, which she's never too keen on doing!

    Fiona #32

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  9. I can see that you're working with those tiny little brushes for accuracy! So different from my technique of just throwing paint around, LOL! Beautiful flowers and I saw your shell painting on Ros's blog too! Lovely that you can swap with someone over lunch! Happy WOYWW! zsuzsa #38

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  10. beautiful flowers and cool trees!
    Have a great day!

    Diane WOYWW #44

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  11. The orchid looks beautiful on the plain background - so delicate and ethereal. I hope you have fun using all the goodies you came home with - it looks like you'll be busy! Thanks for the visit, hope you have a great week,
    Diana #23

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  12. I love the painting. It's beautiful.
    Love all the stamped images and goodies. Sounds like you had fun!
    Happy WOYWW
    Sharon K #47

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  13. Hi Sandra, I love those framed tree die cuts- awesome. Die cuts are so useful, I agree. Have a great week, Hugs, Shaz #12 xx

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  14. ooh, pretty!! have a good week Helen #2

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  15. Happy WOYWW. Stunning painting. I had to really get close to my laptop screen to appreciate the colours. Ali x #42

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  16. I agree, WOYWW visits in the real are just great, didn't Ros do you a nice bunch of stash! The phalaonopsis is just beautiful, takes my breath away. Nothing in it for me - with or without background!

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  17. The latest painting will be great! And my (your) shell painting is much admired! It's lovely. Thank you again. Good to catch up.

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