A little mural update:
Yesterday I continued working on the three kids on the left.
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Oh your mural is absolutely beautiful! You really have a gift!ReplyDelete
The mural is just beautiful...I wished I could draw like that. It is a gift and it is good that you are using it:)ReplyDelete
Ah..Beth, Your Mural Is Coming Along Sensationally! Love The Reference To C.S. Lewis! :)) You Sure Know How To Make Me Smile! I'll For Sure Be Checking Back To See This Wonderful Work Completed! You Are So Very Talented Sweet Lady! Hugs Of Sunshine, TerriReplyDelete
Wow, you really have a gift. And good for you...3 books in a month! Lord, I'm lucky if I can finish one in a year...ReplyDelete
Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier today. I just wanted to let you know I think your mural is just beautiful!
thanks for shareN Bookit with us ... 3 books in one month ... WOW!ReplyDelete
Oh, my. That mural is absolutely fantabulous. It's amazing, THANK YOU for sharing pictures of it! :)ReplyDelete
Also, I now cannot wait to read the book, and I'd never even heard of it! I'm in college studying History and have been astonished by how many times my History Professor told us that the Pilgrims were very socialist, and that was why they thrived. It's appalling and scary that they use the Pilgrims as a way to push a socialistic idea.
Oh how I love to see this mural coming to life. It is so beautiful. The kids are adorable! That books sounds so interesting. We loved watching "Colonial House"! It was fascinating!!ReplyDelete
So fun to watch your mural in stages. Your work is beautiful!! And what an endeavor with the bookingit challenge. Hat's off to you! :DReplyDelete
So fun to see the mural coming along. I especially like the details...the colors of the leaves in the trees and how the path shimmers. Awesome work.ReplyDelete
Coming in from Studio JRU (I didn't get a chance to post my weekly peek, but had to come see all my friends!)...I enjoyed the book reviews...and the progress on the mural. So happy and again, I know the children and their parents will appreciate it every time they see it!ReplyDelete
Wow... thats a lovely mural!!! You are very artisticReplyDelete