23 November 2011

more pebbles... Pebble Drawing

Pebble Drawing by MagaMerlina
Still having fun with the pebbles from Kaikoura.
The white pebbles are painted with black Faber-Castell Pitt Artist Pens... but the Chinese brush pen my sister brought me from her journey around the world looks better in the picture!


You can find a list of the tools and supplies I use here and here.

Some of my pebbles are available at my Etsy Shop







26 comments:

  1. You did a fabulous job with these! They are so incredibly beautiful. You have inspired me to try the same!
    Thanks.
    Michelle

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  2. Those are fabulous! Is it okay if I put the pic on my blog--with credit to you of course :)
    www.kluckingbear.blogspot.com

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  3. Thank you all for such nice comments about my work, I feel really flattered!
    Thanks knucklingbear nice to be on your blog ;)

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  4. these are gorgeous, i was inspired to make my own, not as beautiful as yours but i still love it
    http://abimakes.blogspot.com/2012/02/pebble-drawing.html

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  5. Thank you Abi, I am glad you were inspired. I'm on my way to see yours!

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  6. Absolutely gorgeous, I'm always looking for new, unique ways to do small designs. LOVE IT!!!

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  7. Oh Marissa, thank you very much for your kind comment!

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  8. Thanks for the post - I really enjoyed it. Pebbles are so under-rated and I recently wrote an article for using pebbles for interior design - http://hometipster.com/pebbles-interior-exterior-design/

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  9. What a beautifully simple idea. Love your designs. Found you on Pinterest.

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  10. You are welcome and thank you Hometipster!

    Thank you very much Photographer Mum!

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  11. These are so lovely! I would love to know what types of pens you use, especially for the white ink. Thanks so much for sharing!

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    1. Thank you Shamayah! In these two posts I've listed all the tools I use here and here


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  12. Merci bocu Pom de l atelierpapillon! (I hope I spelled it right!)

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  13. very beautiful stones. I love them.

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  14. Very unique! I will try to do the same.Great ideia

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