Good grief, photographing projects is a challenge. I don’t seem to get them centered properly or even on all sides. Oh well, I guess my zen eyes don’t work when I photograph this kind of stuff. LOL! Anyway, this is a journal page I am still working on. See, I did end up using that partially done crewel birdie after all.
This is my current art class project. I am going way outside the box painting this large. I attached the photo I am working off of so you can see what I am trying to duplicate. Off to a decent start I think. Wait until I have to tackle the center of this tulip. Oh boy!
This one is actually finished. I matted it, but not sure I am going to spring for a ready-made frame for it. I dyed each piece of paper in the background with watercolor and glued them down. Then I cut the tree out of specialty paper with an exacto knife. This was taken from a picture in a magazine. Our assignment was to duplicate it, color and all. I added the two little birds (big surprise) which I cut from paper too! Ugh, this is not crooked in person. But you get the picture. LOL! My art is a work in progress, just like me.
And a daffodil!