Sunday, 11 October 2009

Blackbirds


is the theme chosen by Fatma this week on Sunday Postcard Art.

Albert is having a chat to my blackbird and Albert is being told he is unique.

21 comments:

terri d. said...

albert and the blackbird are BOTH unique! your piece is beautiful!

DymphieM said...

wonderful postcard Mandy, so whimsical :)

Martina2801 said...

This is just so stunning, Mandy! Amazing interpretation of the theme.

Lori Saul said...

Oh I love this Mandy- beautifully creative and expressive! Wow!

Terri Kahrs said...

Totally unique and totally fabulous! Hugs, Terri xoxo

Rein said...

Great postcard Mandy!

Audrey said...

Love it!!

Cindy McMath said...

Mandy, your card is fantastic! I love the way you interpreted the theme, especially the funky images and colours you've used.

Cindy :)

Annes Art said...

wonderful postcard Mandy!!

indybev said...

I absolutely LOVE this, Mandy....the message AND the art!

Hermine said...

This looks fantastic

Mieke said...

Wow, like it!!

KatieScarlett said...

I LOVE this!!

I have to make a birthday card today - do you mind if I steal the words/sentiment from this? It's as perfect as perfect can be for a birthday wish.

Kathy

Judy said...

Great message here, Mandy, fabulous card!

vintagesusie said...

Mandy, this is soooo fun, I love it! You have a cool quirky feel to your art, awesome girl!

Shannon said...

I am a big fan of Albert's,
I actually have Albert also. I just love this piece you made. And I'm in love with the quote, so darling!! This is just great, love it!!

~*~Magpie's Nest said...

SO creative and original Mandy, LOVE your postcard!

*jean* said...

wonderful card! so whimsical & creative!

Alberta said...

It is a wise bird indeed, and I love all the text in the background and details, Mandy!

Ozstuff said...

I nearly missed this one. Your postcard is wonderful, Mandy. I love the little verse and that three main pieces - that fantastic sun, the blackbird and Albert are superb.

Trudi Sissons said...

So whimsical and the words...remind me of Mr. Rogers!