This basket was inspired by the one we have hanging outside the front of our house. It is planted with Petunia Surfinas in a deep purple with tiny white dots, some slightly smaller bright pink ones, some fuschias which haven't bloomed yet and some leafy plants which have a "rusty" tinge. The word anniversary was cut using a Karen Burniston die and Wishes was stamped. Painting this was far more interesting in housework which is my normal Friday morning activity.
Date: Friday, June 24, 2022 GMT Views: 288
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Fri, Jun 24, 2022 @ 2:24 PM
A gorgeous card, Janine, with those yummy colors. I am sure the one you have in real life is a beauty, also. Your hangar and wall look great. I know what you mean about house cleaning or painting. The last one wins hands down for me.
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Fri, Jun 24, 2022 @ 5:23 PM
Clever to use the real thing for your reference photo. It must be a lovely basket, because your painting of it is gorgeous. Like the subtle wall you created to ground it. Painting is so much more fun that cleaning. TFS