Sunday, 27 October 2013

Little Miss Farm girl. . .

Little Miss Farm girl came to play with Little Miss Hopi. Both of them are now in my dining room. The girls chat away telling me which colours to mix and what looks good and what doesn't. We have been working on a very large canvas.  Hence why we trickled out of the small art bunker into the dining room. The painting on the large canvas started out as one thing and has totally morphed into something completely different. I find that happens a lot when I'm using acrylics.

Sometime this week the girls and I will have to turn the dining room back into a dining room. The art bunker will have to be tidied again. My art supplies will have to squeeze themselves into small dark corners or possibly hide in the garage. That's a very scary thought.  Why, I hear you ask.....welll, The estate agent is coming to look at the house, which means that from now till we find a buyer, we will have to pretend that this is a show-house and no-one, no-one at all lives here.

That's my Fun and Nonsense for today...but shhhhhh I'm not here... :) xx
ps.  Am going to see if I can hide some stuff at Sunday Sketches.. :)



19 comments:

  1. Catherine, they turned out so cute and beautiful! How lovely that you now have a pair to talk to each other and give you color advice! You may have to buy earphones if they don't shut up too often! hehehehe

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  2. So very beautiful and enchanting...all of your creations always touch the heart! Best wishes and good luck with the house showings...
    Wishing you a beautiful day!

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  3. They are lovely and beautiful! Love the vivid pink flowers!

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  4. I think I know that Farm Girl ~ does she have hay and wood shavings in every pocket? (and sometimes in her hair, when she gets to her "day job"?) Does she smell faintly of farm animal, even when perfectly clean? *giggle*
    You aren't selling your project farm house are you? Maybe you can turn your car into your art bunker, while you pretend noone lives in your house? :))))) Love your farm girl!

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  5. She is so cute and so is Miss Hopi! Good luck with the house sale!

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  6. Well, Little miss Farm Girl is just a cutie-petutie, isn't she? So glad she has a friend. I'd be hard pressed to keep my studio in a perpetual state of tidiness. You're probably much better at it, though. Good luck with the sale of your house! xo, janice

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  7. oh how lovely is this! just fabulous, your work never ceases to make me smile! letting you know there is a new creative linky at my place as well starting next saturday! one week sketchbooks the next week your creative workspace shared in pics! would be lovely if you came to play xxxx

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  8. I love your farm girl and her friend. I am always enchanted by your stories and what is going on with your beautiful creations. I hope the sale of your home goes smoothly.

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  9. Adorable little farm girl...fun and entertaining story!

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  10. Hope you and cute girls find buyer quickly so you can all stay out to play!

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  11. She is adorable. I love how you have combined the florescent paint into the painting. I think that is actually quite hard to do and you have done a wonderful job with it.

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  12. She is lovely and so cute! Thank you for visiting my blog.
    Have a great week ahead.

    Eva

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  13. The girls are good art coaches, based on your beautiful work. I hope you're able to pull out your artsy goodies to play between house showings. Blessings!

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  14. What a sweety-pie! And that colour is amazing! :0)

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  15. Little Miss Farm Girl is absolutely a doll. I love your little girls. They're precious and offer so much joy and love to those around you. :)

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  16. Your painting is adorable! Love the color palette and her expression! Happy SS!

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  17. Oh they're lovely, I especially love their eyes. Hope you don't have to pretend it's a show house for too long!! x

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  18. That happens to me all the time where I start out with one idea and end up with something else. Sweet series you've got going here.

    And I love your Madame Gypsy Rose Wooohooo.

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  19. I do hope your house sells quickly! I loved your seriously adorable girl today! xo

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