Tuesday, August 31

G is for Grafting!

I have certainly been grafting away since my last post! My exhibition is set for late October so I am working on some new designs. I am using some dried flowers and think they look quite sweet. Each individual collection will be based on a different flower, the ones below feature miniature red roses against velum.I have lots of ideas and will share some over the coming weeks. It is an exciting busy time and my Christmas cards also need to be ready for the exhibition too. My website is to be updated too, I have my 2010 weddings to add to the gallery and also the christening commissions I have undertaken, but do feel free to add a comment in my visitor's book!








32 comments:

  1. Sweet shots! Those are beautiful 'grafts'! I had tried my had at it once...my mom used to do aerial grafts too.

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  2. Those are just beautiful Denise!

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  3. So beautiful and you're SO talented!! Hope your week is going well, Denise!

    Sylvia

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  4. Wow Denise!! Those are really beautiful. You are very creative and artistic too judging by the work you are into.
    Have a great creative week!!

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  5. Those are really very pretty Denise!!
    You are very talented.
    Have a great week ahead!!

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  6. I really like your idea,those cards are so adorable, fabulous decoration!
    Léia

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  7. OOoo, I really like these. They are so simple but so elegant.
    Georgous!

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  8. These cards are glorious. Great choice for G.

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  9. would u be having an exhibition in India anytime? I love ur art, Denise.. brilliant! :D

    My ABC Wednesday G

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  10. Very pretty, I like how the plain background brings out the colours of the flowers!

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  11. These are gorgeous, Denise! Best of luck with the show and your business. :D

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  12. Those are beautiful. I wouldn't mind having one of those on my wall!

    Good luck with the making and exhibiting of all your cards etc.

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  13. Oh, THAT kind of graft. I was expecting a hard-hitting story about greed and corruption!

    OK, I wasn't.

    Lovely stuff, chief!

    On behalf of YOUR ABC Wednesday team, thank you! - ROG

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  14. These are absolutely lovely! So simple and elegant. I'm sure your collection will turn the heads of everyone who attends the exhibition.

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  15. The roses are lovely! They're gorgeous. Well done. Keep grafting.

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  16. I look forward to seeing more of your work, Denise. I'm impressed ad the preciseness of it all! You must be very patient.

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  17. Absolutely great! Love the simplicity and beauty of these.

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  18. What a Great Idea. They are lovely.

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  19. Wonderful flowers. Just couldn't resist sending a link to a friend in British Columbia whose latest hobby (after cooking, gardening, quilting, reading) is card making.

    Kay
    Alberta, Canada

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  20. The roses look so dainty. I'm sure your exhibition offerings will be a hit!

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  21. Lovely shapes to these buds, Denise. The combination of the scarlet and the olive of the stem works a treat, as does the peach shade to the background. Such a joy to have a craft talent... I can see these things in my head but lack the finger skill to convert the thought into reality. More power to you!!

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  22. This is so beautiful! not an easy thing to do, I'm amazed at your talent.

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  23. Beautiful work Denise, - the simplicity and elegance is outstanding. Best of luck with your exhibit.

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  24. They are gorgeous Denise, very delicate.
    Thankyou for your sweet comments on my Blog, you are going to get sooo sick of seeing that Tor LOL

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  25. Denise, "G" is for Gorgeous ~~ absolutely Gorgeous...!

    "G" is also for Good luck with your exhibit.

    Cheers,

    Jo

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  26. brillaint grafts there :D
    love the way the colour RED stands out :D

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  27. Gorgeous! And it looks like fun too.

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  28. The exhibition sounds exciting and the photos look lovely :-)

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  29. I love the roses! My favourite is the one with four roses lined up across the card. Very classy!

    Your little business seems to be doing very well! :)

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  30. I love your art, Denise...


    G is for Gamidolatry

    --Someone Is Special--

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  31. How delicate and sweet ehy got, Denise! Beautiful crafting, I bet people will love them... Can't wait to see the other flowers you chose!

    Kisses from us.

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Thank you for your comments, always nice to know somebody has taken the time to let me know what they think.

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