Thursday, March 26, 2009

Water Color Indian Paintbrush


Hi all, I know it's a Texan thing, so here is the second card of the Texas wild flowers, the Indian Paintbrush. This is the bits of red mixed in with the bluebonnets that cover Texas this time of year along with other colorful wildflowers. Here is a link to a BEAUTIFUL example of what the fields and highways of Texas look like covered in bluebonnets . Here is a link to another picture the two flowers together. One last link to where I would like my last home to be, so I could arise to see my Lord amongst this beautiful display!
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The card is a CASE of Faith Hofritcher's style (Stampin with Markie's Mom on sidebar) again. The Indian Paintbrush image is water colored with Tombow markers and is the companion to the Bluebonnet card from yesterday using the same layout and embellishments.
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Shalom,
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Sonya
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2 comments:

Archana said...

The card is beautiful. Lovely colors. I saw the links too. Its gorgeous!

Lisa Phillippi said...

Sonya, I am torn....I don't know which one is my favorite!!! Those pic's of the TX fieds of bluebonnets is beautiful too. Both cards are wonderfull!!