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Rainy Day Post

WELLLLLLLLL....is all I can say.

The weather we just experienced the past few days was just replaced with Wet, Chilly, and....

Wet.

Interestingly enough, our current weather forecast is serendipitous to the new challenge at the 3GirlJam Challenge! (remember, there is always a great chance of winning some really fabulous ribbon, but you have to play to win!...and I hear that there is going to be some NEW bundles available!)

So, that makes my bad hair day and wet socks worth it, don't you think?

The challenge is (and I'm paraphrasing!) to be do something rainy with ribbon!


Okay, so where's the ribbon?  I know.  Well, this is part of a series of paintings I am doing and one thing I enjoy doing when I price my paintings is to create a one of a kind tag to go along with the original artwork.

In comes the ribbon:


(and a sweet Pinque Peacock stickpin!)

So...there you go.  What you can do on a rainy day, with acrylics, a few palette knives, and memories of wading through pummeling rain on your way to a special (and fancy) event! 



Comments

Jessica Buffa said…
Rebecca, this is beyond words BEAUTIFUL. The depth of the painting really gives it a mood all its own. I love the added tag, ribbon, and pin. You are so super talented and are a true inspiration to me as an artist! Love Ya!
Thienly Azim said…
Wow.... that is beautiful. LOVE this.
Amy Martin said…
Wow...This is so Beautiful. Wonderful job on this. You make me want to grab some paints and explore.
Ruby said…
Beautiful project.
Donna K said…
This is a perfect project for our Rainy Day NC Friday! I'm about to head out walking so I can relate to your bad hair and wet socks! You are an inspirational artist Rebecca! Thank you for sharing your lovely painting and one of a kind tag! ~Donna K
Emily H said…
Oh my! I am amazed! Wow!
Linda said…
this is neat card.
kellystar said…
Great painting-- and love the idea of a coordinating tag too
jennifer mitten said…
Amazing painting! Love it.
Angie said…
Beautiful painting and adorable matching tag!
Tracy said…
Truly stunning art work and the tag just finishes it all!!
Hugs
Tracy
xoxo
Angie said…
Beautiful piece, and what a great idea to include a tag with each piece
Unknown said…
Beautiful painting! Cute tag!
Angeline Choo said…
omg Rebecca... your painting is exquisite!! Love the cute cloud tag too
Unknown said…
What a beautiful painting!
Gwen said…
Amazing! Lovely! Gorgeous! Love the personal touch of the tag!
Cynthia said…
Wow, really a work of art!
Julie Odil said…
Bek, your talent astounds me! I feel rain on my arms when I look at this. So Beautifiul!
Karenladd said…
Wow, this creates such a mood...!
Kary said…
Beautiful painting, Rebecca!! You are so talented. Love it!!
etdevlie said…
Beautiful painting!
Eek! This is over the top wonderful!
Miwa said…
Wow! Beautiful painting!
JPScraps said…
All I can say is WOW!

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