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Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Bird House

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The theme for Creative Tuesday is 'little house' and here's
my interpretation... Mrs. Bird and her sweet, tiny house.
An English Tudor nestled in an oak tree. What a cute
place for her 'home sweet home'! :)
To see other takes on the theme or to join in yourself,
click HERE!
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"East or west, home is best"
Charles Haddon Spurgeon
1834-1892

49 comments:

  1. Wow... You are really getting good at this!

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  2. that has got to be one happy bird...smiles.

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  3. I love that the bird is singing and happy at home! This idea and the work itself is just great! ;D

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  4. She gets better every entry, doesn't she?

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  5. Oh, that is so cute, the right type of imagination.;))
    xoxo

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  6. Betsy that is adorable.I collect anything with birds this is just sooooo sweet.I wish you would make it available lol.


    Have a great day!

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  7. It is adorable, Betsy! I love the idea of the birdhouse in the nest. And the smoke coming out the chimney is the perfect touch for these chilly days ; )

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  8. I have to agree with the Silver Fox (love that name, btw) you are just getting better and better with every entry. WOW, you 've got a lot of creativity there, what an adorable house, the roof and all of the little details!!! I love it! This is an adorable illustration! xxoo

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  9. Jeffscape ~ well, yeah..those are the rules! :)

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  10. Becky ~ funny you should say that...do you blog with Nanny @ the good life? look at her blog today! :)

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  11. Now look at you.....Amazing!!! Oh I love it!!! I have another frame...........ha

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  12. You have some lovely colours in this. Great concept, too.

    Thanks for sharing.

    Nutty
    (considering sleep)

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  13. Now THAT is ONE fantastic bird house. I think you should ask your neighbor if he could MAKE that one for you to enjoy in your back yard!

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  14. Awww Betsy, you would make a great children's book illustrator. Your little house gives me a great idea for a book. I bet you could write one about the family that lives in this house.

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  15. Great job Betsy. I love it. I have been so busy with my Christmas gifts I almost forgot the drawing. It's sure not my best.
    QMM

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  16. Sweet little bird. She is so happy at home. My favorite part is the musical note.

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  17. This is very sweet!Great illo!:)

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  18. Rembrandt will have to watch out! You're catching him up fast.

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  19. That is totally adorable!! Well done!
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  20. That's so adorable, I want to move in! How much is the rent??

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  21. Cute. I love that Mrs. Bird is keeping her home-fire burning, must be a crisp autumn day.

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  22. I am having so much fun visiting everyone's wonderful imaginations today! This is adorable. Very cute and well done :)

    ~A Vermont Girl

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  23. Betsy, just love your little house!
    to cute...
    Karen

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  24. Ha, so cute, what a great take on the prompt, love it. I'm participating for the first time myself.

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  25. Wow...an English Tudor home. What a lucky bird family!

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  26. very cool.. bird houses always make me think of simple things

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  27. Awwwww, I love your interpretation and your little birdy home :) The detail is wonderful! I love your autumnal oak leaves too..still a few left hanging :)

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  28. This is so lovely... did not see that coming, but I bet every bird on the block wants one! The note coming from the bird was an adorable detail too!

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  29. Keith ~ Rembrandt? LOL! I wish I could capture light like he did! :) Thank you.

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  30. Christian ~ she look like a happy little homemaker, doesn't she? :)

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  31. SY, Missy, Karen and Heather T ~ hey, welcome guys..always fun to have new bloggers visit. :)

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  32. I want to live in this ;)
    Such a creative talent m'lady.

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  33. Amazing. Can I buy it? Seriously. I just LOVE it.

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  34. Tracey ~ they aren't for sale...but I'll send it to you...with your cookies that I still need to send. Is it cool enough for gooey cookies not to melt in the mail yet?

    Thanks for asking! Nanny asked for and got my 'snack' entry which was a basket of berries. :)

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  35. I love the smoke coming out of the chimney. That's a cute little birdhouse.

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  36. Awww.. how cute! I should give this a try sometime! :-)

    Hugs,
    Coreen

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  37. You always have such wonderful (and fun) details!

    xo
    Kristin

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  38. What an amazing piece of work! You are so creative!

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  39. Coreen ~ yes, you should! It's a lot of fun and a great way to meet new blog buddies. :)

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  40. WOW, Betsy! that is so good. I love it. How very charming indeed and so full of little details. Well, that's how home should be, no? It's the attention to the small things that makes a huge difference! thank you so much for your contribution, as usual. wonderful

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  41. this is really sweet Betsy!! You are so creative

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  42. Wow! those are really good.
    Have you considered selling them in craft fairs or in a local store?

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  43. Alison ~ well, thank you very much. And the answer to that question is "NO, haha...never!" I hadn't drawn anything until joining this co-op earlier this year. It's been fun but I'm certainly not good enough for that!

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  44. I'm a little behind...but loving your little bird house. Absolutely adorable. :)

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