Words and Outline of image were drawn with black felt-tip pen. Color was added with water-soluble gansai mineral paints applied with a natural fiber Japanese brush. The paper is a soft, 6 × 4 inch washi card (hongasenshi) with lots of “bleed.”
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magnolia flower blossom spring tree dessert pink purple
Such a wonderful idea!
Thank you, Ethna. :)
fine,I like Magnolia,now they are open.
The magnolia were blooming in southern Japan. Where I live, in northern Japan, we are still surrounded by snow.
gorgeous!!!!! and what a wonderful creative title!!! i agree, let’s eat!
Oh how I wish my appetite would be satisfied with the beauty and fragrance of flowers!
Food for the soul – they smell heavenly!
Thanks, Marriet. Yes, their fragrance is heavenly!
Thanks for your enthusiasm, Shylie. :)
Thanks for posting this, Judy.
Excellent! Congratulations on your feature!
I’m honored. Thanks!
Thank you, Angie. :)
we have already had our divine blooming, This is a tender reminder of what was.Peace,sass
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