Tuesday, May 16, 2017

woyww - pink and blue


A busy couple of weeks has meant I missed last week's woyww and got behind with my magnolia painting on Anna Mason's online tutorial.  The obligatory desk has the usual yucky water, 3/4 finished painting and odds and ends.


Close up of the pink magnolia.


Finally remembered to post a pic of the baby beanies I started well over a month ago.  All finished and now being worn by a 1 year old and a baby.  

Have a great woyww peek and I promise to stop by and say hello.

28 comments:

  1. your magnolia is magnificent! Have a great week. Helen #1

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  2. The more I desk hop the more envious I am of people's talents. Fabulous :-)
    Lynn 12

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  3. Your magnolia is stunning....I love it. The little hats are gorgeous too.
    Hugs,
    Annie x #14

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  4. Hello there. The painting of the pink magnolia is beautiful and I love the sweet little beanies. Anne x #10

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  5. The hats are beautiful and the magnolia - well, what can one say? Wonderful.
    Hugs, Neet 13 xx

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  6. Love the magnolia painting!
    Love those darling beanies! i would just love to feel that ever-so-soft wool!
    Judy X # 8

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  7. Those baby beanies are soooo cute. Look forward to seeing the finished Magnolia. Sarah #17

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  8. Another stunner, Sandra. It looks so real and those baby beanies are so cute. I bet they look adorable being worn by their new owners! How's the weather in Sydney? We have had rain this week for the first time in ages. It's been the driest spring I can remember here.
    Hope you have a good week
    Hugs Lisax #19

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  9. Bee-too-ti-ful magnolias, another gorgeous painting! I love the beanies, you've done some interesting things with them, different ribs and picked up stitches to make the stocking stitch go horizontal? That's what it looks like. Plus amazing perfect pom poems! Mine never look as neat as that, even with a pom pom maker tool, lol!!
    Hugs, LLJ 6 x

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  10. What adorable little beanies!
    The magnolia artwork is breathtaking - I love magnolia anyway, but here you've really captured it's beauty.
    Have a wonderful Wednesday!
    Bubbles #22
    http://patchworkapples.blogspot.co.uk/2017/05/woyww-415.html

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  11. Happy WOYWW. Your painting is always incredible. I subscribed to Anna Mason's emails, but know that I would not be able to put the necessary time/energy into her tutorials right now. Perhaps one day. Those beanies are gorgeous. Ali x #23

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  12. Hi Sandra, gorgeous magnolia, and I love the beanies. The aquilegias also have a common name over here, Grannys Bonnets, which is a charming name for them. They self seed really freely too. Have a lovely week, Hugs, Shaz #7 XxX

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  13. Beautiful painting! It's so gorgeous. I really enjoy seeing how they are coming along. The beanies look great too.

    Happy WOYWW
    Sharon K #29

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  14. glorious magnolia Sandra, love it, beautifully detailed ... and what gorgeous baby beanies so clever indeed! wondering how Ros is ... must email here I guess if she doesn't woyww.
    Thanks so much for sharing your desk and happy WOYWW!
    Shaz in Oz.x #27

    {Shaz in Oz – Calligraphy Cards}

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  15. Your magnolias remind me of the gardens in UK when I was a child. They were like heralds of spring. Your knitted hats are so sweet. lucky baby!
    monica #30

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  16. Oooh, I adore magnolias! Lovely to be in touch again, and thank you for visiting xx
    Claire no. 25

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  17. What a great WOYWW TFS xx Jan

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  18. I recognize that flower! My favourite spring flower - they are blooming right now in our area-beautiful! And you did a marvelous job of capturing that beauty! Thanks for sharing, Lindart #33

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  19. Gorgeous interpretation of the magnolia Sandra. Those little hats are so cute bet the children look really sweet in them. Thanks for the visit to mine and happy woyww. Angela x 15 x

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  20. Love the beanies - trop mignon....an impressive interpretation of the magnolia flower, thanks for coming to see my desk, D xxxx

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  21. The beanies are so cute! Your magnolia is stunning. Have a good week, hugs, Lynne #37

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  22. That magnolia would stop traffic! I know it certainly stopped me. The depth and detail in your work is breathtaking. The 2 beanies are precious
    Rose of Rose's Art Garden

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  23. Super painting as usual but those beanies certainly take the biscuit. Thanks for the visit. BJ#4

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  24. happy belated woyww the magnolia painting is beautiful and baby beanies to cute for words, what fabulous talnets you have WOW crafty hugs andrea #42

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  25. That pink magnolia is absolutely gorgeous! And those knitted caps are adorable.
    April #26

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  26. Aw thoe little hats are so pretty - love the pompoms! An amazing floer pic too - so clever. x Jo

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  27. that water is not yucky, should see mine (not something i'm proud of) those beanies are super duper cute, have a nice weekend, vicky #5

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  28. Awesomely pretty pink magnolia. They are blooming all over town right now and I love to see the tall trees all covered in dinner plate size blossoms! I am so behind on my Lifebook and Journal 52 projects. I am finally starting to feel better and something comes along to prevent craft time! Love the knit hats! Bet the babies do too! Hope you have a great week. Vickie #43

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