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Paint Party Friday - Painted Ornaments

Hi everyone, it's been forever since I've participated in just about anything. It was very busy with moving from Florida to Delaware and then finding and preparing our new place. I can say though - God's been great and His blessings are endless. So here I am, posting from our new house and I feel trully, trully blessed. This is for http://paintpartyfriday.blogspot.com

And I'm going to share with you my ornaments, there are done to order and it's been a lot of fun, and a lot of hard work.

Enjoy!









I hope you like them (and if intereted in having your own, sure contact me on Kate(dot)art(at)live.com)


Have a great weekend!

Comments

  1. Wow! I can imagine the time spent on those, but they turned out beautifully! Great job :) Happy PPF!

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  2. Wow is right ~ Very well done ~ they are beautiful! Such talent! ~ ~ thanks, namaste, Carol (Share the Creative Journey) Happy PPF ^_^

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  3. These are just amazing! Wow, I am blown away the by the detail and realism you can paint on a small (not to mention, slick and curved) surface.

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  4. These are just amazing in their detail and your level of skill... you are very talented and the results are very cool xx

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  5. wow, painting little spheres. OUCH. they're nice! happpy PPF!

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  6. Amazing details! How very beautiful!
    Hope you sell lots and lots of them! :)

    Happy PPF!!
    Mary
    Mixed-Media Map Art

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  7. Gorgeous work! Love the amazing details!

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  8. these are Absolutely AMAZING. I wish I could copy the idea, but I do not have that sort of talent. Really stunning pieces.

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  9. I do like your paintings and on the ornaments. Blessings, Janet PPF

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  10. Hi Kate! That is painstakingly done and absolutely wonderful! Patsy from
    HeARTworks

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  11. Oh wow, great horses. There are a couple of other PPF'ers who paint horses as well and I'm sure you all will have ideas to share. Awesome, just awesome. Happy PPF!

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  12. Such beautiful details you have in your animals. Gorgeous. Happy PPF!

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  13. What fabulous and meaningful ornaments. They are all beautiful!!

    Great to hear you are settled and to see you back at PPF!

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  14. Oh wow, these are spectacular!!!! Deb

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  15. Thanks everyone! I didn't expect that many (not to mention wonderful!) comments! Thanks again!

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  16. wow, these are amazing. you certainly have a gift for realistic animal portraits. gorgeous! happy PPF and thanks for sharing!
    hugs,
    peggy aplSEEDS

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