Thursday, November 12, 2009


I wanted these to have a soft vintage look. They have a bit of a beige background that was layered
with a wash of white and splatters of brown and white.
Then there are these tiny guys. I painted 3 roses on each with enamel paints
These where already frosted, but had a few marks on them, I took a thinned white paint on a crumpled damp paper towel and went over it lightly which gave it snowy look.
These too, have 3 roses on each.


The French Bear said...

Those are amazing, beautiful hand work.
I am always impressed by your gorgeous works of art.
Margaret B

Anonymous said...

Laurie, they're beautiful. Enjoy the show! Hope you sell out!

BECKY said...

Wow, I have missed a lot! Love all of your snowmen! Your artwork is just so lovely!!

Hope your show went well!!
Have a delightful weekend!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful. I honestly cannot decide which one I like best, 'cause I like them all! Beautiful artwork & a lovely blog to visit!

Christine said...

I love these ornaments they are so beautiful. I don't know how you are able to paint roses on such what appears to be tiny ornaments! Amazing!

The Joy of Nesting said...

OH MY GOSH Little Miss!!

You have been so busy creating the most incredible art while I have been in the States!!!!! Have you been taking any time to sleep?? :) I'm sooooo loving your work with photoshop!!!!! I'm also just a bit envious, the sepia ones are just beyond words!!

We spent the day unpacking, washing, and putting away. :( I can't wait to have time to play with all my treasures you send little sister!!!!

Pattie ;)
Mazatlan Mx.

Cindy said...

Oh, those are so pretty!

Alison Gibbs said...

Laurie they are beautiful