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Poinsettia plaques

Posted by luvstocraft (My Page) on
Wed, Dec 17, 08 at 14:15

This pattern is from the December 2006 Painting magazine (yes, I save all my old magazines) It was shown hanging on the front of a basket and is by Lynne Deptula. I think I will just add a red or gold ribbon to hang it. I'm pleased with how it turned out, but certainly not nearly as good as the original! I'm not a very good photographer, had to do this without the flash to avoid the glare. Luvs

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Luvs, All your painted items are great and I especially love the NOEL plaque. I also have saved that magazine (and many more) and have always wanted to paint that. Truly enjoyed seeing it. TFS

Nance


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This turned out beautiful. Looks soft like velvet material. I think it will look good with a ribbon to hang it with or would be nice sitting with your Christmas displays. How bis is this sign and will it stand on it's own or is it 1/4"? Great job and thanks for posting. I have a pattern for some pink poinsettias but haven't come across it lately, when I do I plan to paint it to add to the office decor. Flower Power!!!


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What beauties! And I really like the gold highlights. I have not done many flowers but loved doing them....need to put some on my short list!

Thanks for sharing your art work..

Belle


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Stop that negativity woman! ha They look great. Be proud of them! I like the gold too. Very Christmas-e. I think they will look nice hanging from the ribbon or even set on a plate holder. =) ~Anj


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Thanks everyone. They really do look better in person, but still not as good as the one in the magazine! Anj, I'm not being negative--just honest. ;o)

My first thought was to use them on an easel, but will do the ribbon so they can be used either way.

For some reason I have been attracted to some of the more realistic looking flowers and fruits this Fall--must be Painting Fool's influence on me! She does realistic things so well.

Luvs


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