Pretty Lady

Hello folks!  Hope you’re having a great week.  Today as I post this (earlier in the week), the sun is shining and the windows are open.  By the time you read this it will be cloudy once again.  Southern Ontario doesn’t get a lot of sun throughout the winter and spring.

This stamp comes from Chocolate Baroque and is a very large image, measuring 3 3/4″ x 4 1/4″.  It was a lot of fun colouring up this pretty lady.

Have a good rest of your week, and thanks for stopping by.

Posted on : May 19 2017
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6 People have left comments on this post

May 19, 2017 - 01:05:44
Heidi said:

Absolutely gorgeous, i can just imagine how much fun you had coloring this. You can see the sunny colors inspired by your good weather.

May 20, 2017 - 07:05:23
Shirley said:

Hi Beth, Gorgeous lady and colouring. I hope you are doing well. We have lots of sunny days here in the winter and Spring, I guess it’s different than where you are. Usually when it’s very cold it’s sunny but this winter we did see less sun than normal. I was away and missed the rainy weather, but it’s been sunny almost every day since we’ve been home. Have a great long weekend, Shirleyxx

May 20, 2017 - 07:05:28
pam said:

Love this gorgeous image Beth! beautiful colours, love the blue butterfly and earing makes you colours pop.
Hugs Pam x

May 20, 2017 - 06:05:06
Patti J. said:

Oh my goodness, she is beautiful! Your coloring has brought this image to life, my friend! Well done!!! Thanks for sharing your creativity!

May 20, 2017 - 10:05:12

It has been such a crazy spring hasn’t it, I think we may have a roller coaster of a summer on our hands.
Your coloring is so pretty, love the earthy colors!

May 22, 2017 - 09:05:24
Shelly Schmidt said:

Beautiful coloring- and I love this cool image! We have had an interesting time with the weather here too. We had snow in December, none in any of the other winter months…. Now, we have shorts weather, the next day- get out the winter coat again : )

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