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A Bit Behind on Painting


Bowl of Cherries, I Oil on Linen 4"x6" SOLD

I have been painting a little, but I have one month to finish 8 dresses, one of which is a princess style ball gown. Wish me luck. I will show you photos later.

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  1. Started following you recently. Love your paintings.

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  2. OMG! You sew too? 8 dresses in a month? My hat is off to you. I think I'm doing pretty good to sew a patch on a pair of blue jeans. I made a shirt once about 23 years ago. That was enough for me.

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  3. Carol, I see what you mean , Your work is lovely.I see your on Etsy I will add you to my favorites!

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  4. You make absolutely LOVELY paintings! Good luck with the dresses, can't wait to see them :)
    /L

    http://style-conscious.blogspot.com/

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  5. Wow, you are very very talented! I really must learn oil painting, so beautiful. Can't wait to see more!

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  6. Great painting, excelent volume and glass feeling... love it!
    Can't wait to see the princess style dress...
    Best regards,
    Carolina

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  7. Nice work... I like it!

    Now I'm curious about the dresses!


    *loves*

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  8. Love the cherry painting. I can't wait to see the dresses. Good luck!

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  9. Wow! You'll be busy, but happily I'm sure. Do show us the dresses (and of course keep painting when you have time). :)

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  10. This painting is soooo sweet! :o) Paulette

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  11. lovely cherries!
    Good luck with your sewing. :-)

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