Thursday, September 19, 2013

Mothers' Rocker Biscornu!


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Pretty happy with these results!
Mothers' Rocker Biscornu©2013
a Kimberly design

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Fun corners!
Mothers' Rocker Biscornu©2013
a Kimberly design
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View from the top....found the perfect leaf cup bead,
topped with a small aqua flower bead.
Mothers' Rocker Biscornu©2013
a Kimberly design
  
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My favorite gold paint, Golden Iridescent Light Gold [fine]. 
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When I reach the gold step in any piece I'm painting,
it just makes me smile.  It's like my piece is saying,
thank you.
 






14 comments:

  1. Beautiful! Looks like it will be so much fun to stitch too.

    Cindy Brown

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    1. Good Morning Cindy, thank you! It was for me design and will be fun for all to stitch. No hang ups on this one. Sometimes I will get stuck on some tiny little area, not this time.

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  2. Fab! Wish I could come over and take this class!

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    1. Me too, the more the merrier. I'll let everyone know when this one is available to all.

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  3. I wish I could get a charted version of this! The design is beautiful.

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    1. Morning Sara,
      The way I write a stitch guide for my painted pieces...you are getting a chart with a hand painted color guide :-)
      Thank you for the compliment, great way to start my day!

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    2. You're only encouraging me to dabble in painted canvas once again. I can't afford it! Of course, since this is a class, and I don't live anywhere near you, I may be saved from my inability to resist temptation. :D

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  4. such a beautiful finish. It will be so much fun to stitch!!

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    1. Thank you Peggy, you've been a driving force in this project/class. So looking forward to seeing you!

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  5. Luscious colors, Kim. I may have to give this biscornu a try--only done them on linen up to this point.

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    1. They did come up rich, didn't they. Good kind of calories :-)
      Of course, you know, only one side to stitch on mine!

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  6. This is so beautiful Kim!!! Your design, and the colors you used too. It's totally perfect! xo

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Kimberly