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Friday, March 27, 2015

Pollinators Positively Pollinate Joy, Drawing Challenge




Tammie Lee's drawing challenge this week is...




Have you ever been kissed by a butterfly?     I HAVE!




Have you ever had a butterfly land on your head?    I HAVE!





Have you ever had a butterfly land on your shoe and stay for a visit?    I HAVE!

Have you ever had a butterfly land on your finger?     I HAVE!

Butterflies not only pollinate flowers...

 
they pollinate joy!

14 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh that's so lovely and so true Renee! Christmas 2014 was in England and we had a hibernating peacock butterfly in the house and we had to hoik her out...you know, be cruel to be kind. So we put her in a wood pile and she survived! Why am I telling you this? Oh yeah, I had her sitting on my finger for the longest time and it was so lovely I didn't want to let her go. And every time I think of it it makes me smile, so yes, def. pollinating joy! x

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  2. wonderful drawing. sadly, the only time I've been close to a butterful, was a few inches and they usually flies away before I get to even joy seeing them.

    hope you have a lovely day.

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  3. so wonderful to have butterflies land on us. i think they might like our salt, but perhaps it is our spirit too. I have a friend that has it happen often, he loves lots of salt on his food. last weekend when i saw my first butterflies of the year (have not seen any more) one landed in my hair, i was delighted.

    Your journal page is so lovely, is this the one for your grandchildren?

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    1. No, I did this one in my own journal, not for my granddaughter.

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  4. You're right, they do spread joy, as well as pollen! Yours are lovely!

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  5. This is so true! Butterflies always make me smile! And your artwork did it, too! :-)

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  6. yes, joy - you are so right!!
    your paintings are wonderful - now I hope, tomorrow a butterfly will land on my head!
    :-) mano

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    1. I actually used pencil crayons for the butterfly and flower! I had no clue until this summer that I could make pencil crayons look like paint!

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  7. you are right, your interpretation of the theme is lovely , when i see a butterfly it makes me smile, i follow it with my eyes,
    the printed pages shining through are adding interest and motion,together with your detailed painting and the joyful letters a fine piece of work Renee, x

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  8. i wouldn't mind for a butterfly to come and keep me company for a while. in fact, i hear keats reciting .... n♥

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  9. Such a lovely art journal of the pollinator! I know I have had one or more sitting on me, but it's a long time since that happened. They are bringing so much joy :)

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  10. This is a great page! I wish for summer and the kiss of a butterfly! ;)

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  11. ;^))
    not all your questions can i answer with a yes
    but a few i can and i liked it very much
    (when the kids were small i made butterflies on
    there cheeks with my eyelashes ;^))

    you made a wonderful layered page
    thanks for joining!

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  12. Oh my gosh you have been blessed by the butterflies!
    What a treat to hear your story and see your lovely journal.
    Thanks.

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