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vintage, vintage girl, children, childhood
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nice texture you incorporated here
Thank you very much – glad you like it Have a great weekend my friend ☺
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Beautifully produced dear Kira , those eyes woawwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww !!!
Thanks a lot Paul – much appreciated ☺xx
She is so adorable. Gorgeous work.
Thank you Bunny – so kind of you ☺
This is just so lovely Kira ~
Thank you so much Renee – so kind of you.Have a lovely Sunday ☺
So lovely, awesome textures!
Thank you so much Angie – much appreciated ☺
I love these old cards from a simpler time!!!! A wonderful creation!!! Bill
I’m glad you do Bill, thank you very much ☺
Another beauty that takes me years back…….love those gorgeous blue eyes!
Many thanks my friend – they do that for me too – back to a time of innocence and trust that there was all the time in the world.
I had an old 1930s story book called “All Around the Mulberry Bush” I found at my in laws house this last summer. It had really wonderful images in it like this one! The other night my dog was mad that she didn’t get a walk and ate it after I went to bed. Its been on my coffee table since last summer! I love this work of art, you always have such a wonderful warm style. Thanks for sharing this one!
OMG – that is terrible. Do remember to feed your dog Tina lololI found a link to the book HEREThank you for the belly laugh my friend and for your lovely comment – I appreciate it very much.Advice: Stick to cats – they don’t eat books. ☺ xx
Thank you for the link Kira, the book Sota ate was quite large and written for children. I honestly thought about photoshopping a page out of it! Guess I have to go to the back yard to do that now! Happy to have made you laugh! After she ate it she had to do out several times a day and night to get rid of it all.
LOLOL poor Sota ☺
Beautiful work, Kira! (by the way, how do you make that flower that is apart of your title here on RB?)
Thank you very much – flower is FaceBook symbol