Beautifully created, Christine, love your colour choices!
Wow! They really do have glamour and then some!! Beautiful, beautiful artwork, Christine. I love it.Meagre means "sparse" which or not much of. So if I offered you a meagre serving of food on your plate you would still be hungry after you ate it!! (Hope that helps). My comment about it on my blog refers to the differences in spelling between the US and Australia (and the UK). We have kept the old spelling in words that have come to us from the French. So we say "metre" and the Americans say "meter", we say "fibre" and they say "fiber". I am only guessing that the American spelling of meagre is MEAGER!!
Sorry, Christine. The word "which" should not be there (second paragraph first line)
What a gorgeous and glamorous piece of art..love the 'flapper' era...everything was so fabulous.
She was THE most beautiful flapper! Gorgeous artwork Chriastine! Love it!
oh I love the flapper era, she's so glamorous ( spelling?)great how you recoloured them with that background
This is a striking art piece, Chris! She's a lovely flapper, but your page design and background make this really special. Bravo!
wow Christine your glamour girls are gorgeous, x
Chris your collage is fabulous I adore the golden plum color you have achieved...beautiful work my dear!
Your kind comments are very welcome! Seus gentis comentários são muito bem-vindos.