Little watercolour thank yous


A few watercolour postcard thank you notes for some of my family. They’re all very cleverly and subtly topical to the gifts I received: one as a thank you for a book on Monet (who maybe missed a trick not adding more cats disguised as plants to his paintings?? *waggly eyebrows *). Another for the set of watercolour cards themselves: a traditional little landscape painting of my new area, Primrose Hill, with a view to the classic London skyline:

Primrose hill view


robin in heel2

And finally

some robins


some very nifty, very blue,

very green-heeled shoes:

robins in heels1

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6 Responses to Little watercolour thank yous

  1. Margaret Richardson says:

    Very lovely ideas and thank you cards Bea! The London skyline from Promrose Hil, is super, really evocative. So glad to see that you are still as creative as ever.

  2. KnitNell says:

    Lucky family – the cards are smashing. I love Primrose Hill – particularly lovely in the snow.

  3. oolung says:

    Duh, cats definitely make everything better 🙂

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