I am so excited to introduce you to my three wonderful Tea Bag Ladies.
Tea Bag Lady #1- Peace
Peace has such a wonderful soul. Come on in and sit at her kitchen table. She will fix you a cup of green tea, listen to you, and give you comfort. She would love to become friends with you. You just got to get to know her.
Peace was made from a green tea bag , vintage religious music papers, acrylic paints, on a 6×6 canvas.
Tea Bag Lady #2- Joy
Joy is always singing praises to her Lord and Savior. She is on her way to Sunday service but anytime you pass by her house she is usually outside working in her gorgeous flower bed just a singing praise songs. If you stop by and say hi she will be glad to share all she knows about flowers, give you a sweet smelling bouquet and add a little joy to your life.
Joy is made using a tea bag, vintage religious music paper, vintage writing, acrylic paints, and on 6×6 canvas.
Tea Bag Lady #3- Love
Love is so fun. She is exciting and full of energy. She is always willing to help with anything you need. She is one of those neighbors who loves to cook and is always bRinging you over one of her wonderful dishes to try just because. She is a wonderful friend that you need in your life. You have just got to get to know this wonderful lady.
Love made using tea bag, vintage papers, acrylic paints, on a 6×6 canvas.
To get one of these sweet ladies or all three email for more info.
I had so much fun doing this mixed media collage. Thank you for the inspiration PYHAS2018.
This is a name that is both Christian and trendy. It means grace or gift in Hebrew.
Joanna is shown as the wife of Chuza, steward to Herod Antipas while being listed as one of the women who “had been cured of evil spirits and infirmities” who accompanied Jesus and the Apostles, and “provided for Him from their substance.
Need a Valentine card for that special someone in your live? Here are some of my instant downloadable Valentine’s Day cards.
It is VERY COLD in Florida. Who would have guessed. I am not a winter person and therefore have been staying home as much as possible. The cold weather inspired me to do “January Girl”
Be Still and you will see the light before you eyes.
I love the way this piece turned out.
I painted this with inspiration from Leslie Wood, pyhas 2018.
Sorry I could not get a good pic without some glare.
This piece reminds me of two things.
One it reminds me of the first time I got glasses. I went outside and saw the light. Everything looked so beautiful, the grass so green, the shy so Blue.
Second, it is similar when you become a new Christian. You walk out of the darkness and see the light. You see all the beauty of God’s love around you.
Quote found on Pinterest. Beautiful.
“Lilac Girl” was inspired from book I read titled, “Lilac Girls.” I hope this painting inspires women to fight for freedom, love, and second chances. You can also check this painting out on my site.
I added a picture of the book. it is based on real women in history. It is a very powerful and emotional read.