I think this tryptic would look lovely on the wall at the head of a double bed covered in a white duvet and piled high with lacy pillows.
I also varied my technique with this design. The branches are all on one level whereas with the bamboo and birch projects I used two levels. But in this design I crafted each blossoms individually and affixed each to the branches to create added depth.
I am thinking of tinting the blossoms every so slightly with pick watercolor.
Here are my other two variations of this technique. I expect more to come!
Birch Tree - Link to original post
Bamboo - Link to original postDo you have a favorite?
6/11/2013 Update! The cutting files for this project are now available at the Silhouette Online Store here and a tutorial for using the file is located here.
©2013AshbeeDesign, Marji Roy
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