Thursday, February 16, 2012

A Gift for a Neighbor Friend

It is my friends birthday . So I hid down the road and did a
quick sketch of her cute house. Came home and did a
watercolor of it  and put it in a dark frame with a dark
matte. Her home is darling and her gardens are
wonderful. This was February so not much color as
it has in the Spring and Summer.
Hope she likes it.

12 comments:

Createology said...

Such a sweet and personal gift. I would be thrilled if a neighbor/friend did this for me.
Thank you so much for the info on Himalayan Blue Poppies...I am in lust for them. Do you grow yours from seed or plants? So far I have only found sources for seeds. Hugs...

Pearl said...

I'm sure she will love it friend, I only wish someone would do that for me. Hope all is well up on that mountain of yours? Hugs, Pearl

Netty said...

A wonderful painting to gift your friend with. Am sure she will treasure it. x

Snap said...

She will love it! I certainly would! So thoughtful.

Vee said...

She will love it! Hope that she has a wonderful birthday and treats you to some of her cake.

Pondside said...

She couldn't help but love it! What a thoughtful, delightful gift you've made!

Marilyn Rock said...

What a wonderful gift for your friend. There is no doubt, in my mind, that she will love it! Beautiful!

Deborah said...

She will be so pleased!

Chris said...

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quiltmom said...

I am sure that she is going to love it- it is so personal and hand made. It is a very pretty piece- Thanks for sharing.
Regards,
Anna

Lorraine@creativedaily said...

No doubt your friend will treasure this lovely gift!

Merry said...

Sharon that is a terrific present idea and I bet your friend will just love it. Beautiful work. Thanks so much for the tip on the arnica gel. I will definitely have a look for that next time I am in at the shops. :-)