That’s how long it took from start to finish for the Victorian Lady project. Now it joins four other works by Maggie awaiting frames, and then just the right spots to showcase them afterward.
Fortunately, there are plenty of places to show them here, along with some of Maggie’s cross stitch creations, including Lady Godiva.
Next up: The Painter, by Anton Peck (above).
“I like his works because there is a lot of detail,” Maggie says.
But today she is taking a break from paper tole art and is starting a new cross stitch project. She has also started a diamond dot piece.
We’ll take a look at some of her completed cross stitch works soon.
Other topics for upcoming newsletters here include: selecting frames for paper tole art; and the cost of materials, tools and frames, and how you can economize.
We’ll also look at the market for selling your paper tole artworks — if you can bear to part with them after devoting so much time and love to their creation.
Of course, you can always give them away. They make for beautiful, unique gifts at Christmastime. So, why not create three or four during the year as gifts for special people in your life?
Marvellous work, Maggie!