what a lovely touch! You make me want to get out those paintbrushes and watercolors...
Very cute! I love that top vase, how unique! You've got quite the eye for cute things that make something typically ordinary (like a vase) really pop with color and life. :) Hope you and yours have a great weekend.
Very nice! My daughter is really getting into oil painting. My in-laws were art teacher/professors at different points in their lives and she definitely has their genes!
Great pictures! You are so talented.
beautiful touches Becky!xo
that must be a very soothing hobby....love it!chasity
Cute! I love that color of purple!
Very cute pictures! Love the lavender one!
Lovely, I especially like the lavender/yellow color combo.
I love the lavendar one. And together they look wonderful.
Have you ever considered making stationery or cards?? You are so talented, I bet you could easily do it!! (I'd buy it!)
oh.. i wish i was artistic like that!! great work!
Cute!! If I tried, I think my would look like a two year did it!!Elise
I wish I could draw like that...my brother got all those skils!! they look great framed..thanks for sharing sweetie and have a wonderful weekend! P.S. sent you an e-mail, hope you got it and i am not stuck in spam! :) xo
Hi honey!LOVE these paintings, they are wonderful - I cannot draw or paint at all so I am in awe of anyone who has any talent like that all - and you clearly have plenty!I will follow your advice this week-end....even if it means hiding in the bathroom for 10 mins reading LOL!!Thanks for all the lovely comments this week, you are MARVELLOUS :)Happy Week-end! xo
they look great!!!you always have such great creations in the mixhave a wonderful weekend beckyxo
These are gorgeous, Becky. What a gift you have. Also, your lavender is just lovely. I just started growing my first 4 pots of lavender from seed about two months ago. They're only about 2-3 inches tall. I've always bought lavender oil for it's calming effects (I used to use it in my Kindergarten classroom and it worked WONDERS), so I figure I should just start growing it. We'll see how it goes through the winter.
So sweet!! Must be so gratifying to put paint to canvas. Keep up the good work!!
Wow, those are great! So colorful and cheerful :)
Oh Becky!!! your paintings are more lovely than the real things!! LOOOVE your color choices!!Have a great weekend!Blessings!Jill
Oh wow how fab! I do wish I'd inherited that kind of talent from my mom, she's so good at that kind of stuff like you. If i'd painted it it everyone would say 'oh look how cute you framed your daughter's painting' haha!
As much as I enjoy reading all of your blog entries, your artwork ones are my favorite.You have such a fun and innocent style, and I love to see what you create.They are very cute:)xoChrissie Grace
Oh Becky! They are amazing! So whimsical and sweet! You seriously need to be selling your stuff!!!
Somehow the computer ate my comment this morning, but I wanted to say that You got Talent! If I tried to do that it would look like a third grader.
Totally impressed over here! I think they turned out awesome!!!!!:) T
Very nice! The lavender is my favorite. :)
Love them!!! Great job!
Stopping by from SITS to say hi! I am so glad I did. I am inspired to get out my paints and do some freestyle painting and calligraphy. Beautiful work! I also love the pics of the farm. I am envious of your yard! ~Lanie
Hi Becky :)Very very cute! I love your backyard too :)rue
Becky, these are super cute!
Ooo---I love the lavendar. :) You are a talented chickie!Aren't play dates the best? I love it when I get to chat with another mom, and the girls have a blast getting some energy out. We've had a few "drop-off" play dates at our house, and they've gone pretty well.
Becky,You can find recipes for your peppers by looking up chiles rellenos or stuffed poblanos. I saw some good ones over at poblanorecipes.blogspot. I usually cut the top off and scoop the seeds out, remember that's where the heat comes from...don't wipe your eyes! Then I like to fill it with grated cheddar but any cheese will do. Then you just bake at 350 for say 25-30 minutes, this is where I just watch them you want the cheese to get bubbly and crisp and the outside skins to be soft and cooked. Pierce it with a fork to be sure the pepper is totally cooked. I don't use an egg batter like some chili rellenos recipes but the one on that site looked simple. Mmmm, I'm getting hungry writing about this we are missing good tex-mex none to be had here in Canada worth eating but at least we have yummy Greek, Indian, Vietnamese, and more... to make up for it! Enjoy and let me know how it turns out! Jennifer
Becky-I just got back from vacation and found out that I won the ring. I love it and I am so excited. Thank you! -Brigetta
Now that's my kind of art.Inspiring. Unique. Budget friendly.I also enjoyed seeing the pics of your backyard.Sweet dreams.
They turned out so nice! I especially like the tall vase. Beautiful. :)
Your talents are such a blessing!Thanks for sharing it with us.Good job! :)Baan :)
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