Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Diva Challenge #221,That's New to Me #23 & The Alphabet Challenge

"Beads of Courage"

This weeks challenge brings awareness and is a tribute to Beads of Courage,  an Arts in Medicine that supports kids with chronic or life threatening illnesses and their families. Instead of rewarding children with stickers or lollipops when they face a medical hurdle or procedure, they receive a glass bead that represents that part of their medical journey.


a new "D" pattern and artist focus on Genevieve Crabe CZT

I chose "Dekore" by Kari Schultz and "Classe" by Genevieve Crabe CZT, both new to me and completing this watercolor page in my sketchbook

...and finally:
Mi2, Nymph & Ollove


Thanks so much for visiting. Your generous comments always brighten my day!

16 comments:

  1. Your Diva tile looks very artistic, beautiful!

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  2. All these drawing are good. I especially like the M-N-O tile. Thanks for being part of the challenge this week!

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  3. Your Beads of Courage are lovely!! Wonderful what you wrote too! Your D is lovely (and your sketchbook) - mine is done but won't be posted til Friday. Your M-N-O is incredible!! Thank you so much for joining us!!

    ~ Diane Clancy
    http://www.dianeclancy.com/blog/2015/05/my-diane-caroliens-m-n-o-challenge-entry
    http://www.dianeclancy.com/blog/2015/06/my-diva-beads-of-courage-challenge-entry

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  4. Oh, my! I love how you did these beautiful works in your colored sketchbook. I'd say that takes courage all on it's own! Your beads are lovely, and I love your TNTM23 entry too. Really amazing work!

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  5. Wow ... all are really beautiful! Lovely coloured background!

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  6. I love love love your watercolor wash! It's all just so wonderful. Makes me want to watch you work and imitate everything you do! :-)

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    1. What a lovely compliment! Thank you so much Debra.

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  7. Your beads of courage are more then beautiful.

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  8. Love your tiles, and thanks for using my pattern!

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