Wednesday, June 16, 2010

playdate cafe black and white and a little color! BLUE!!!!!!



Julie was nice enough to let me know the color request is
BLUE!!!!!!!!!!
So I am goin do another one the right way and just say the "nanners" are a bonus !

You are going to think I am nuts!
I was slicing a banana and noticed the slices looked like faces!
So I took a picture of them and did a tiny bit of photoshop to get

12 comments:

Jeanette said...

Peggy, I love this. They even have different expressions on their faces.
Clever you. Always the artists eye.

Tante K├Ąthe said...

ROFL .... but you goofed, Blue was asked for ..... grin

Jan said...

hee-hee!!! This pix is a scream!! I was wondering and then I saw your "faces" and have had a pretty good laugh!!
Thanks for a chuckle :)

Lynn Stevens said...

hahaha food art!

Diana Evans said...

Hi Peggy!!! your cute girl with her sweet blue bows and flowers...wonderful ...and those bananas are a riot!!!

Nicecrane Designs said...

heyyyy go ahead with these blue tones,,,,,,,I love it

Savannah O'Gwynn said...

Peggy--this is fun! I love that little girl with the hint of blue! Great job on just a splash:) LOVE that you entered the bananas:) I enjoyed that photo too! Great job, as always:) Love when you play along with the PDCC:) TFS!

Stephanie Kraft said...

Such a sweet little girl, Peggy! Love where you added the splashes of blue! And those banana slices are TOO funny! Thanks for playing along with the Play Date Cafe!!

Lisa Somerville said...

She looks so sweet with the spalsh of blue! Thanks for playing at the PDCC.

Ruby said...

Ah, she looks sweet for our challenge Peggy! Fun!! The bananas are funny too, nice to know that someone else sees images like that in funny places! Thanks for playing along with our challenge at the PDCC this week :)

Suzanne C said...

Sweet picture of the ballerina and great splash of color! Thanks for playing again at PDCC! The bannanas are a hoot! Love their faces!

Julie Ranae said...

So very glad you were able to put this piece together...it's a wonderful interpretation of color splash, Peggy!