Have you published a book of these? Thank you for the visit and compliment. jeNN
Beautiful work. Loved it much. Take care.
Hi Susan!You got such an interesting blog..i got late in reaching...Very colourful, fanciful works...will keep visiting..wishes, devika
Dear Susan, Your unending imagination is just wonderful. One day I hope you have 20 grandchildren sitting at a table with you as you show them how much fun can be had with a little imagination and everyday things. My fondest memories with relatives were those when they took the time to do crafts with us. I'm sure God has some wonderful plan for all this creativity he has poured into your mind. I bring my granddaughters to your site to show off your creations. Such fun!God bless,Fred
I like the bouquet much better!! And it just tempts me to keep coming back.. to see what more surprises you have up your sleeve :)
hello..me not meera dearany way beautifullur vegetable art
Wow...what an art- incredible!Thanks for stopping by darlin, I appreciate the beautiful comment...
Beautiful!!! I hope you have a wonderful christmas and an even better new year.xoxo,Lori
My favourite is the red sweet potato Guinea pig, it is very cute. Interesting and fun!
wow, this is so beautiful...;-) Wish you a happy day and many thanks for your post!
this is so cute!loved it!
Just beautiful!! Simply love your creations! Thank you for leaving a kind comment on my blog and giving me a chance to know you!
Oh this is lovely, and I who just eat them:)Thanks for your visit and I'll be back for more inspirational feast for the eyes!
Wowzers!Just amazing!Love your blogs just brilliant!Have a brilliant Christmas and a very Happy New year.hugskim xxx
Hi Susan!! OMG!! This is amazing!! What an incredible artist you are!! I'm completely overwhelmed! And I'm going to tell all my friends!Oh and thank you for stopping by my blog! Come back anytime! Vanna
hi There, wow you have so many blogs, I need a while to be here, :) what a imagination, this is real art. Very nice. Do you make this all by you're self? Ore do you make the photo's? Thanks for visiting my blog. Have a nice day, best wishes from Jeany.
i browsed through all your blogs and they all are very interesting with wonderful photos.
gRACIAS POR TU COMENTARIO,ES UNA PENA QUE NO SEPA INGLES PERO TIENES UN BLOG MUY ORIGINAL UN ABRAZO
Of any heart thank you for leaving the commentary me in the blog and to give me the opportunity to look at the things so fantastic that you have in yours.I wait to express well, since I have not even Englishman's idea and help myself thanks to a translator.Me to tasted very much indeed.Ah!, and Happy Christmas and prosperous 2009 for you also.A greeting.
Hi Susan!!Are an artist!!! Thanks four your comment. bye!!María José
The first photo is amazing! Fantastic work!
hi suzan...thanks whre r u from..........and what r u doinghappy x mas to you ......
I Love Art and I love food, and you've combined both so beautifully, it's lovely Susan and a very Merry Christmas to you too ;)
GM..WOW these are just great..do you have a book about them?? I just love it all...thanks...hugs and smiles Gloria
I do believe I've met a genius today. I'm very, very impressed by all your whimsical veg-animals but somehow the chessboard struck me most of all. The idea of combat between carrots and broccoli is a strong reminder of what a terrible habit war is for all living beings (including tomatoes and rutabagas).Thanks for stopping by to visit
Alicianate, que preciosidades , he quedado alucinada,.tienes un blog precioso y sper interesante.Un saludo
WOOWWW - that's AWESOME !!! Thank you for visiting my blog - I'm folowing you to see more !!!!
Stop deleting comments that credit the artist on your Pencil Magic site. Is there any reason to believe that the work featured on this blog is your own, or are you using yet another artist's images without permission?www.jennifermaestre.com
I would really like to know a little about you - even where you live. Is there a reason why you are anonymous I wonder? You deserve some recognition for this wonderful work. It looks as though the pieces are in a shop window ...The vegetables and fruit are fresh so the works must have been done quickly. Quite brilliant. Thanks for dropping by Journeys in Creative Writing. June in Australia
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