Feb 9, 2017

Bubble Gum Machiine


place a pretty penny 
in the silver slot

from the portal
a fairy will fly

to give you
a merry dance

then freedom will be hers


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This was inspired by Michael's 
Creative Tuesday Prompt: bubble gum machine


but 
I did not complete it in time

so I am sharing 3 more faces for 29 Faces

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16 comments:

  1. the Bubble Gum Machiine is very nice with the fairy ...i love she!

    A great idea and there I gladly throw a coin and free the fairies!
    greetings Elke
    my Painting Blog: http://meerwolkenleben.blogspot.de/

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    1. Thank you for setting the fairies free!
      I hope you enjoyed their magical dances.

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  2. Oh this machine and this story - free a fairy for one pence. Imagine putting in a pence and seeing a fairy dance and fly - well we don't have to imagine it because you have painted it live for us here. It's pure magic.

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    1. hello dear Sheila,

      thank you for enjoying this piece.
      seems these fairies are making the best of their time in the machine until someone puts a pence in and sets them free to dance and fly.

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  3. This is lovely Tammie! Creative Tuesdays is closing and Michael is hosting the new scribble picnic soon!

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    1. Thank you Christine. I saw that. Octopus up next.

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  4. I want a dancing fairy, why not? I like the colors and the idea.

    have a lovely day.

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    1. Yes, me too! Thank you. Lovely day to you too.

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  5. Coming from the treasure chest of Tammie's dreams! Amazing!

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  6. Bonjour chère amie,

    L'idée me plaît énormément ! Lorsque j'étais petite, j'aimais cette machine distributrice de gum ! J'essayais de deviner la couleur de la bille qui allait sortir. Le plaisir de la surprise était plus grande que celle de mâchouiller la boule !
    Ici dans votre adorable dessin, il y a la poésie en plus, le charme et la délicatesse.

    Gros bisous

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    1. So lovely to hear of your childhood story Marine.
      Thank you also for enjoying this.

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  7. Only you would see that and become inspired for this -- which is simply marvelous!

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    1. Thank you Jeanie, at first I had no idea as to what I would do.

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