How many ways are there to say Thank you?
Inspired by WordPress friends, I made a pencil sketch to do so.
Thank you dearest Robyn from THROUGH THE HEALING LENS for being my muse/model for this pretty sketch that is my Thank You card. Robyn’s graciousness is just a small part of why she is so inspiring to all of us who follow her.
I’ve been trying to keep it as clean as possibles so “Art Gowns” for Charity can be noticed and hopefully do some good.
For nominating me for Blog Awards (& other things) I thank:
Alexandra at Worldly Winds -Blog of the Year (and a coffee party invite I didn’t get to.) She has a book of poetry recently released, “Tipping Sheep (the right way)
Carolyn at ABC of Spirit Talk – Blog of the Year (and for a coffee party invite, and many other WP social events I have not had time to attend) and ReBlogging Ballroom Lux..
Eunice at Nuts For Treasure – Blog of the Year and more recently, Word Press Family and her Reblog of THE HOT FLASH – Crimson Fox.
Lori at Poetry Patio – Liebster Award – I’d also like to Congratulate Lori for her poem in the current issue of “Four and Twenty” short form poetry Volume 6 Issue 4, and for her ongoing success with “Barn Door” where you can see some very beautiful pics she’s taken of Roses.
Kitty at Dear Kitty – Liebster Award & Very Inspiring Blogger Award
Hodan - Very Inspiring Blogger Award
Stefan at Maxima – Reality Award
Imelda at Wine, Women and Wordplay for ReBlogs, “Art Gown” Tweets and “Rules Are For Breaking”
Boomie for all the “Art Gown” ReTweets and a beautiful New Years Shout Out!
To Everyone who has ever “Liked” or “Commented” or “Followed” THANK YOU!
A very extra extra special “Thank You”
To the most beautiful niece in the whole entire world, Sherrie at Pain in the Peg
Thank you for all the ReBlogs, not to mention you are one of my very few best friends and the most awesome Driver/Partner in Crime (especially for Muralling)
Look Sherrie! N took me for a ride yesterday and we found this Mural. It makes me think of you, darling.
Sketching Robyn for my Thank You card was a lot of fun. In the end I used a simple scan of the pencil sketch, but not until I tried other things.
As every experiment was an attempt at a card for all of you, I thought you might enjoy the creations.