Can’t see the wood for the trees…

But, in a good way! I was painting in the LTS journal and wanted to design my own Christmas card again this year, so I hit on the happy idea of using green and trees… and cut out a couple of stencil shapes to use on the palette knifed background!

Fits in nicely with The Three Muses challenge “Back to nature…”, this week:

O Christmas tree(s)!

It’s my usual concoction of acrylic paints, Neocolours and a palette knife… as you can see in this detailed shot:

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  1. Oh this is wonderful, love that rich green!

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  2. Gorgeous lush greens. Have you been watching Secret Britain on BBC1 Sunday nights. It reminds me of some of the magical places they have visited – ancient woodland all overgrown with moss… lush and full of story!

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  3. This is great, Rosie. Love your trees!

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  4. Rosie, you are a woman of many talents, not the least of which is wielding the palette knife. Wow, the vividness of the green almost blinds me. I love color so this to me is absolutely scrumptious. Christmas card or otherwise.

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  5. The lushness of the greens almost takes my breath away. Just beautiful, my friend!

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  6. How brilliantly talented you are. This is fabulous. Annette x

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  7. This is bursting with life and nature Rosie- a wonderful entry- green and fresh! Love it!

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  8. A truly artistic piece, Rosie – your Christmas cards will be wonderful!

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  9. taluula

     /  September 2, 2010

    Rosie, your talents come in many guises and I am continually in awe of what you come up with and your Christmas card design is simply scrumptious. Bravo.

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  10. Hey the LTS makes a really nice sized card! Beautiful. Rosie!

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  11. Wow! Electric colours and wonderful, creative artwork. I love your take on the back to nature theme. Thanks so much for taking part in the challenge this week with such stunning work.

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  12. This is wonderful Rosie! I like the dark greens you used for this.

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  13. johanna

     /  September 6, 2010

    really really love these bold pieces you recently make… the shapes and colors – just my cup of tea!!

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  14. Christmas and green! Two of my favorite things! These are just GORGEOUS, Rosie. Might I be so bold as to suggest that we exchange cards this year?

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