Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Tulips for Sybil

 

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If you were following the latest series of Downton Abbey you will remember that the youngest daughter Sybil died.  It was so sad.   I used Kim’s texture Sybil on some pink and white tulips that I have sitting on my coffee table. 

I am joining Texture Tuesday at Kim Klassen Café.   Have a wonderful day.

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18 comments:

A Garden of Threads said...

These are beautiful tulips and you did a fantastic editing job Val. So soft and dreamy looking. Enjoy your afternoon.

Deanna said...

so lovely, light and dreamy....and yes, it was so sad when Sybil died.

lindaakacraftygardener said...

Beautiful tulips. Sad happenings in Downton Abbey in Season 3. It will be interesting to see where the writers take things in Season 4.

graciebinoya.com said...

Beautiful photo. Love the soft tones.

Barb Brookbank said...

LOVE this! I have a hard time photographing tulips...

Lorrie said...

Lovely and soft. A perfect tribute to Lady Sybil.

Kim Stevens said...

I love your dreamy effect here!!

travelintoadventure@gmail.com said...

This image makes me want to touch it.. the color is a pop and how all but one flower in focus - LOVE IT!
Hugs

Lavender Cottage said...

How pretty, and thoughtful of you. What flowers will you do for Matthew? :-)
Judith

Carol said...

So soft and so dreamy - very well done.

Pamela Gordon said...

Oh dear. I've just started watching Downton. Don't worry, it doesn't upset me that you shared Sybil's death on here. I've read about all the other things that have happened too. The photo is beautifully done. Pam

the teacup incident said...

That's so pretty! I love how you singled out the front flower.

Barbara said...

so pretty, love how you did this

Ahayes1225 said...

Very pretty!

Heather - New House New HOme said...

Very pretty on this snowy day.

Lisa Gordon said...

Valerie, this is gorgeous.
I love the wonderful softness and spring feel to it.

Wishing you a fantastic day!

Prairie Jill said...

Beautiful edit! I love the light, and the way that front tulip stands out.

Ruth said...

Just beautiful, I love tulips :)