baubles-variation

Baubles variation

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wungu's picture
Thank you

... for your comments Danila and Sarah476476 ... I enjoyed making this one but it is always nice to find others like it too.


There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it. Edith Wharton

sarah476476's picture
WOW

This is very beautiful

i love it Smile


Life is like art, sometimes its dark, sometimes it's bright, but at the end it's always beautiful :8

danila's picture
precious

delicate, precious!!


danila

Bridget's picture
Really nice

Great picture. I also like your blog. You seem to live in a beautiful part of the country - in Ireland.


Have a wonderful day!

wungu's picture
Thank you Brynn

I do live in a very beautiful part of the country ... but not Ireland (which is beautiful) ... I am on the East coast of Scotland (roughly halfway between Edinburgh and Aberdeen). Thank you for your supportive and encouraging feedback.


There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it. Edith Wharton

wungu's picture
Thank you

Inanina and Maysays


There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it. Edith Wharton

INANINA's picture
SO BEAUTIFUL ORNAMENTS AND

SO BEAUTIFUL ORNAMENTS AND LOOKS FRAGILE! ESPECIALLY WELL PERFECTLY DONE CLEAR ONE AND PLUS WITH A GREAT LIGHT REFLECTION THERE!

MORE THAN Five stars , Five stars .. Laughing out loud Wink

( .. FOR OTHER LOVELY DRAWINGS I WILL VOTE TOO)


maysays's picture
wow

Five stars Shock I love this picture its so pretty


wungu's picture
I only went to soften the outlines ...

... then a happy accident! each bauble body is on a separate layer and I switched that one off but because the highlight and the outline were on other layers - a clear bauble which is what I would have liked in the first place!!!


I have clear glass baubles (filled with transparent fibres that show greens and mauves) and those go with white garlands, silver and purple tinsels, a few silver baubles, tiny glass clear and blue baubles AND glass bells ... and until I go back to a real tree all on a black faux tree ... oh and white flashing lights plus white static feather lights ...


There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it. Edith Wharton

kutedymples's picture
Your tree...

must be amazing! You really should take a picture and post it in your blog. I would love to see it. We don't do a lot of Christmas decorating around here since my husband got sick. He used to help with most of it and now he is unable to help and since I have a hard time getting on ladders (have rheumatoid arthritis) I just do what I am able to. We have a 4 foot tree and it is very pretty but that and a few other little Christmas items around is about all we do now. But it all is cheery and nice even though it is minimal. I adore seeing everyone else s stuff though. Laughing out loud Santa