I give you
Can you ask for.
I could say something sarcastic but it’s such a lovely picture, and such sweet sentiment, I must refrain.
Thank you for the kindness.
But don’t hesitate with the sarcasm. It only took me ALL day to do this screening/painting. 🙂 😉
Sarcasm is ALWAYS appreciated.
It’s way too beautiful.
You, are my favorite today Marissa. Thank you.
Thank you msampson 999
I love the picture to the moon and back.
❤ awwww! (psssst….painting not picture) 😉
Pretty picture! It looks real!
Thank you Priceless. My niece was teaching me screening. So it’s screened, then hand painted, then I digitally edited it. 🙂
Wow! That’s wonderful but I have no idea what you are talking about. LOL!
LOL ! It’s a paint and copy kind of thing….. 🙂
As usual, you give me what I need.
I wish I could put a humble face right here Ann.
Why be humble? ❤
Awwww Ann. ❤ Thank you. 🙂
Thank you Paul 🙂
nothing at all.
🙂 don’t we all just want to be enough?
Wonderful and lovely xx
Thank you Lynz!
The sun? lol
Hahahahahahaha! Maybe my next giveaway! 😉
Maybe I should say your autograph. 😉
😉 it’s not valuable. Yet!!!! 😉
Yes it is. You wrote it.
Awwwwwwww!!!!!! ❤ ❤
This is wonderful ❤
❤ Thanks Chloe. You are the reason. 🙂
I love looking at the moon Colleen. This post reminded me of this… ❤
🙂 Ohhhhhhhh…..what an amazing comparison! 🙂 ❤
Does one’s heart come with that moon? If so, gift accepted with immense gratitude. 🙂
😉 You are very welcome Eric ❤
I still say “Goodnight Moon” every time I see him peeking down. 🙂
How sweet! I am sure he appreciates it. 🙂
That is a stunning picture, Colleen 🙂
Thank you OB!!!! 🙂 Many methods used here. I love it if I may say so myself. 🙂
And so you should 🙂
Very beautiful, Colleen.
Thank you April 🙂
Your art is such a special gift, the details in this are wonderful, Colleen. If you really gave us all the moon, maybe we could learn how to share better. 🙂
Aw, thank you so much Robin.
And I think sharing is a wonderful idea. ❤
So nice…and loving the moon as I do, that is plenty to give and lovely. 🙂
Thank you Niaaeryn. It’s a lovely thing (truth be told, I’ll enjoy it more when I am retired). 🙂
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