Pink Damask (Updated)

Hot off the easel….a finished this nursery painting for my little niece who is due at the end of January. Her name is Sawyer Rose…..love the name! Her bedding is made from Michael Miller’s pink and brown damask mixed with pink dot chenille and the furniture is dark mahogany.

Pink Damask (Updated) via lilblueboo.com
Silver stitching, painted metal pieces, lots of rhinestones…..

Pink Damask (Updated) 2 via lilblueboo.com
Updated: I’ve had a few questions about the stitching….DO NOT put hardboard under your sewing machine! 1/8″ hardboard is just that: hard. For the stitching in my paintings I take a teeny tiny itsy bitsy drill bit that just barely fits into the drill and I drill each and every tiny little hole and then it is stitched by hand!

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  1. 1

    I've been wondering: Do you do the stitching on these with your sewing machine? What size needle do you use? I've done my fair share of sewing on paper (even did my wedding invitations that way), but would've never thought of using it on something so heavy.

  2. 2
    Visible Voice says:

    Very cute! I love the colors…you've made them work so well together.

  3. 3

    LOVE the name! I have a friend and Sawyer was her maiden name and named her firstborn that! I'm also wondering about the stitching – isn't that board more hard than paper?

  4. 4

    Fabulous!!

  5. 5
    Forever Owen says:

    It's beautiful! Love the rhinestones!

  6. 6
    threemoonbabies says:

    LOVE both the name and the painting! Great work!

  7. 7
    Heather :: Angel Face Designs :: says:

    That is gorgeous!! Wow – truly beautiful! What a lucky neice you have :)

  8. 8
    the cookie cutter says:

    lOVE IT, SO CREATIVE!

  9. 9

    That is such a cute picture and great blog!
    sandy toe

  10. 10

    It looks gorgeous! I love all the little details!

  11. 11

    I LOVE LOVE LOVE it when you do a post including Sawyer's name :-)
    …. AND I love this sign! My Sawyer would love it too! Makes me smile to see her name on such beautiful, fun things!