Monday, October 19, 2009

Vintage Snowman

I was able to finish this one up last night. I painted the snowman on canvas that I had adhered crumpled tissue to it, I love how the paint got into the wrinkles.
A little tatted doily. I admire all of you women that tat.


Artistic Accents by Darla said...

This is beautiful! I love snowmen too!
I just clicked to follow your blog and it appears I was already following your blog but have totally missed some of these updates. Sorry:(

Anyway, it's Monday and my brain fog should clear shortly :)
Have a great week!

SharDon Exclusives said...

I love your creation! The snowman is darling too but the combination is so sweet.
Have a wonderful and creative week!

Gary and Elizabeth~ said...

Hi Laurie,
I love the tatted doily, I agree with you the work and hours put into the tatting is amazing.
I always love seeing what you are making, I sure do love your spoons, since I am a proud owner of one and I enjoy it everyday!
Take care and have a wonderful day, keep creating!,

Sammy Girl said...

Haven't been by in a bit ... first wasn't sure whether to laugh or cry at hubby's antics .... MEN ... what would we do for entertainment without them?
Love the snow dude (or dudette?) .... FABULOUS!
Have a super week, sweetie!
Betty :)

Utah Grammie said...

Oh my gosh! That snowman piece is wonderful!!!!

CJ Stitching and Blooms said...

Good Morning Laurie, Another wonderful creations and the lace really gives it a very vintage wonderful look. Yup, that tatting is a very difficult art that I can not seem to get, yet!! But I keep trying. Hugs Judy

Beth Leintz said...

I love you're always experimenting and building on your past creations. Looking at the progression of artwork is kind of like reading a book. You're an inspiration!

Nola @ the Alamo said...

Your painted snowmen are adorable! You have some lovely creations. What a blessing to have that much talent!

Susie Jefferson said...

Just one word: ADORABLE! You have such an eye...

Karen ~ Cider Antiques said...

Beautiful snowman . . . love the blackbird too!