>Growing Beaded Plants & Trees

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Yesterday, I read a news article about Michelle Obama. She harvested some veggies from the new White House garden with Bancroft Elementary School students. These veggies were just planted in April and that made me think of how fast plants actually grow…

beaded White House trees oval canvas pop art painting barack obama lone beader boston bead artist

I wish my beaded trees grew that fast! The old saying ‘Just add water’ does not apply! But, even though I can only stitch on beads a few at a time, I know that one day, my trees will be finished. This is what keeps me going.

beaded White House trees oval canvas pop art painting barack obama lone beader boston bead artist

But, I plan to bead a veggie garden on the South Lawn, too!😮

 

beaded White House trees oval canvas pop art painting barack obama lone beader boston bead artistSemi-beaded White House relief painting. 24″ x 36″.
Bead embroidery mounted on oval stretched canvas. Work in progress. 

Good thing I ordered more green seed beads from Fire Mountain Gems!😮

14 thoughts on “>Growing Beaded Plants & Trees

  1. >You are so funny…the trees are looking amazing and adding the veggie garden is such a great idea too! Besides your signature and date when you are done…all these extra details will certainly date the piece to 2009, one day! It's just so cool! It is going to be beyond spectacular when you are done!Thank goodness you bought more green beads! Bead on…:)

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