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Monday, May 2, 2011

~The Robin King~

 
~Good Morning Friends~
When I Saw this Beautiful Robin of Karen's at he Graphics Fairy, I Knew I had to Come up with something Fun Using Him!
I Have Been Thinking about Transferring him on to Canvas.
Any Suggestions on How to do that Anyone?


I am so Sorry I Have been I Have been Gone So Long but 
I Know You All Understand!
My Father Required more Surgery last week due to Complications from his Cancer Treatment. He Gave us all a Bit of a Scare but is now Recovering and doing much Better! 
Thank you All for your Words of Encouragement.
You all are so Special!
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15 comments:

Charlene said...

I tried to call but, no one home... I think we're playing phone tag. When we chat ask me about transfers. I'm not sure exactly what you want to do but, I might be able to help. Hope Dad is doing better. HUGS!
Charlene

Marie Lost Bird Studio said...

Hi Jill,
so glad your father is on the way to recovery!
Jill, there are so many ways to do this - it all depends what look you are after.
Beautiful piece - love it.
Have a wonderful day.
Sending hugs,
Marie

Dezinaworld said...

Gorgeous robin and your work is always beautiful. sorry i cant help with the image transfer ideas
hugs June xxxxx

BLISS angels said...

Jill so to hear about you Dad glad to hear his is on the mend , beautiful image as for transfer two ways that i know and tried... I'll email you later with details hugs wendy

The Painting Queen said...

I am glad that your dad is doing much better. The artwork is lovely!

Lori Saul said...

A gorgeous collage worthy of printing and sharing. If you are thinking small canvas (8 1/2 x 11) - ink jet paper-backed fabric is a great way to go. You just print your image from your computer onto cotton, denim, organza and a heavy kind of linen would be nice. At any rate this is a beautiful piece!

Mina said...

This is a gorgeous creation! So glad to hear your father is doing better.

Clear Crick Cottage said...

Dear Jill,
I love that the first one I picked that I thought looked most pretty in those tiny squares at GF, was YOURS! hehe! It's nice to see you back, and I'm sorry about your father...best wishes for a speedy recovery to him. :)
love,
Sherilyn Koss at Clear Crick Cottage

Suz said...

Jill,
This is just stunning and I hope you get some good advice on transferring it. I love that bird, too. i looked at some of your other work and am going to look some more. You do really beautiful work and the music is beautiful, too.
i am so glad your father is doing better. My husband is in cancer treatment, too, and I know how hard the journey can be.
My best,
Suz

ByLightOfMoon said...

I wish your Father well Heather!

You blog is so beautiful, insiring, and nice, I have added your button to my sidebar!

Smiles, Cyndi

Paula said...

Jill, this creation is gorgeous!You know how much I adore our feathered friends. He would make a wonderful pillow! I so wish your father a speedy recovery. My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this trying time. I wish you all much strength and peace during this trying time. Hugs, P.

Carol Anne's Boutique said...

Jill, I'm so sorry to hear about your Dad...I hope and pray he will be well again very soon and I have been keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers during this very hard time.
Your Robin creation is Absolutely Exquisite my friend and would look so Gorgeous on fabric!! I have heard of ironing freezer paper to the back of fabric and running it through your printer, I haven't tried this technique but I did get "June Tailor" fabric transfer sheets at the store and they work very well.
Thinking of you my friend~
Love & Big Hugs,
Carol Anne

Carol Anne's Boutique said...

Hi Miss Jill,
Just want you to know I'm thinking of you and I wanted to say hello and wish you a Very Happy Mother's Day! Hope you are having a lovely day with your family!
Love & Hugs,
Carol Anne

Sandra Foster said...

Hi Jill! This image is just lovely no wonder you would like to have it on a canvas. Maybe you have found a way by now but just in case you haven't you can go to http://imagekind.com/. I learned about this in my Jan/Feb 2009 Adobe Photoshop Elements Magazine. Apparently they also print on fine art papers. Personally I have not used their services yet. Hope this helps.

Jilly said...

Jill, there are so many different ways to do this, as per my view it all depends what look you are after. It is beautiful piece and really like it lot.
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