February 8, 2010

yes, laughter has a color...


~~~~~
inspired by the
who I found through relyn
who
always seems to love what I love
~thanks relyn~

34 comments:

  1. Bueatiful ! But you don't have to do it when no one is looking ! I promise I will only laugh so you can paint the color of mine.
    Have a great week, beautiful Beth !

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  2. love it, love it, love it, and on and on....but I think you knew I would!

    please tell...how did you do the font?

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  3. Those Truffle girls are awesome. So glad you've found them and you like them..!

    -maria

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  4. Fabulous!!!!!! Love it!!
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  5. Love it! Need some laughter in my house today, I'm not feeling well.

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  6. i will take your paintings with me today.elk

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  7. Love the splash of color. Isn't it the perfect sentiment for this lovely white Monday morning? I'm off to check out the truffle girls!

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  8. Different! Beautiful! And so fun. Love those little squiggly hearts, too.

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  9. you are part of the colour on my palette beth, do you know that?

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  10. Love the new text. And when I saw the paint brushes it actually made me want to go back to the studio. And I agree, you don't have to hide. You're an artist. Hope you had a GREAT weekend.

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  11. You painted more than sunsets and rainbows in this post. You showed even more of your artistic talent and your love of laughter.

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  12. thanks for sharing the color of your heart with us ... it has such variety and beauty in it

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  13. That's beautiful. And I've never heard of the Truffle Girls--so I will go check it out now, and then you can say that you have paid it forward to me!

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  14. Very beautiful, inspiring creativity on this bleak day!

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  15. This is just the right amount of color. Not too bright, not to dull but enough to make me smile and add some color to my world.

    I love the photo.

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  16. So beautiful !!
    ~ have a sunshiny day.

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  17. A house with no laughter..how sad is that?
    But, wouldn't it be cool to for there to be a rainbow when its snowing?

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  18. color is always wonderful!

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  19. So fun & creative. My heart opens and gives a giggle.

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  20. Beth, I absolutely love your printing. It takes me right back to Grade 1 when I sat at the front of the class and just stared, fascinated, at the letters of the alphabet stuck up above the blackboard. I wanted to be able to print and write just like that.

    Never did happen.

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  21. Beth I think you choose to paint what you do at wonderful times, I do think they would be enjoyed even more.......:-) Hugs

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  22. I love your inner light!! I'm sorry that i haven't been around much lately.

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  23. Yes, laughter has color. So beautiful!

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  24. I love that photo. Your work is always so magical!

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  25. I agree! Love these
    words and this photo!

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  26. I visited here earlier and checked the t.ruffles out, and I love their imagery!

    I forgot to say thank you for the link to them...

    I KNOW! How rude of me! :^)

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  27. I see EXACTLY what you meant about painting! AND, you do it so well!

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  28. And you brighten my day, too!

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  29. I like that a lot and I'd love to see "the noise of laughter for houses that don't have any".

    Scott at World’s Best Photography Blog ;^)

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  30. ohmygosh!! OH MY GOSH!!

    I was reading this and thinking, it's so T.ruffle girls. And, then I got to the end. I love it!

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**I love reading the comments you leave, as they make me feel like we're sitting in my kitchen, having a cup of tea, discussing life and wondering where all the time has gone ...beth