Monday, February 1, 2010


Came across this vase on the net about a year ago ..I believe it was....
It had already been sold...but I kept the image
of it...just because it is so lovely.

I decided to do some enhancement on it and
texturize it...hope you
enjoy it.
SO wish it was mine.



Diane said...

Hello Rose. Thank you for visiting my blog and asking about the tags and what they're used for.
Well, I guess some people collect them, some display them, others put them on packages, frame them, put them in albums. Also, people exchange them and collect many from different artists. I'm currently making a little album book of the recent ones I've made. I guess it's just one of those things that once you start you can't stop! :-)

Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

Hi Diane, finally pleased to know ... ! They would be darling to collect... kind of like calling cards.
I have never noticed if you can buy them one at at time...


Dorthe said...

Hi Rose, thank`s for your sweet visit, your blog looks so lovely ,I will be a follower as well.
See you soon..

chicroses said...

Hi Rose, Just discovered your blog. Cant remember how I stumbled on it.Glad I did. The vase is beautiful..also that mailman cool. You take lovely pictures...they put all mine to shame..I will come back for a visit..and Ill put in my favorites..sally

Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

Hi Dorthe...and Sally...WELCOME TO MY glad you have stopped by and decided to join...I am honored.
Please be sure to come back as OFTEN as you are able.
Sally, I have been over to your blog and the images of your granddaughter are just darling..nothing like grandkids to make us happy. Mine are all grown up and living on their own now...sad to say.
I left you a note that I believe you will want to follow up on....on your blog.


The Victorian Parlor said...

You are so good with technology and a camera! The picture is great. I wouldn't mind having that vase as part of my collection too:).



Barbara Jean said...

hey girl
Not sure what the original was like, but this is gorgeous!!
Great job!

Thanks for your comment on my 'rained on' art treasure.
I could put the paper out in the rain BEFORE I do the project and see what happens. I was really surprised it was not ruined getting wet.
Blessings and thanks always for your visits and encouragement.

barbara jean

chicroses said...

Hi Rose, Thankyou so much for fixing Hatties red eyes. Not quit sure how you are doing it but I dont understand alot of this tech stuff. I am lazy to learn or I guess I want the right time to learn it..I take care of Hattie 4 days a week so really dont have to much time to do all I want to do.I even bought the book Blissful Blogging and was going to see how to make my own header..well that is still sitting there waiting for over a month..I do get to paint a little.I also have an antique space at a I am limited to time.
Oh my e-mail is Thankyou thankyou so much..your blog is beautiful...Hugs sally

Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said... have mail.


Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

Sally...I'm sorry, I just got the email rejected at your yahoo addy...that I you have another email address I could use.
If not don't worry about it.


Eastlake Victorian said...

Hi Rose-

The vase looks like a gorgeous oil painting! You have such excellent photo enhancement techniques. Wish I had your talent!


Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

Thank you Pam....I do love playing with images in PhotoShop and PSP.

I appreciate your sweet comment.