Thursday, 19 June 2008

On their way

Just thought I'd show these before I post them off to someone.
I made another blue baby Russian Doll and gave him a cute hat (it was actually to cover a little smudge I'd made on his forehead...ooops!)

I still love making these Papillon houses. The image is from Lunagirl - a great place to buy from as you get instant digital downloads, under £2 a sheet (20 images on this sheet).
These houses are quite small - 11 cm tall and 3 cm wide.


Anonymous said...

Hi Linda
sometimes when I'm making art I make a mistake but it always sends me in a different direction which I Love.

I love his little hat it is super cute . Someone is in for a treat with these little works of art .

believe I haven't commented on your beautiful daughter and son what a stunning pic.

love from sesga xx

Chriss Rollins said...

oh linda,
both are gorgeous..the RD baby loos soooo cute in his hat... happy mistake.
lucky person receiving them.
you are sooo talented
chriss x

Jaqi said...

How cute is that little hat, very nice atcs again Linda , Well done, someones lucky ! Jaqi x

Jacky said...

What cuteness.... Love this little fellow using the Belinda Schneider papers. Beautiful, beautiful colours LInda.

Rosie said...

The blues are wonderful - fabulous designs and how cute is that lil chap? And I'm lucky enough to have a Papillon house of yours already!

Shashi Nayagam said...

These are awesome and the recipients are indeed lucky ladies.

Dot said...

He hee...I LOVE the hat on your little fellow. He is so adorable! And I agree with Sesga. Sometimes making ' mistakes' leads us to something different. I have always had this theory that if I can't hide it I will make a feature of it (just like you did).

Chriss Rollins said...

Linda THANKYOU soooo much for your fabulous art work I am sooo lucky to be the person you chose to receive this 'New Kid on the Block' RD... and the fantastic tiny house they are both stunning and I am so proud to have them in my collection.
chriss x

LazyKay said...

Love these and if you'd not said about the smudge, I'd have thought it was an artistic flight! I especially like the butterfly house.