Very pretty, I like the last version best. Tuxpi has lots of fun possibilities, that's true. Valerie
Love how it blossomed (pun intended LOL) into all those funky paintings.
what an adventurous little flower this is !! Shiela, you seem like an adventurous little child yourself, I always feel you put all your creations in a big kaleidoscope and we are lucky to see the fun images so formed !! will try tuxpi :)
wow sheila,love all your versions,especally the second one,the little flower its beautiful.have a great day,here is rainy weather.greetings jeannette
wow this looks great! and now back to Tuxpi again, what a fun programm!Groetjes Karin
Just living is not enough... one must have art materials ,tuxpi , and a little flower.Hans Christian Andersen *****SusiGreat dear Sheila! Thank you for the link as well!oxoSusifrom rainy Austria
Wow! Ah the beauty of all of these, I love them so much, but that first little flower wins my heart, so sweet and so beautifully done with such simplicity. Thanks for such a show, my eyes are dazzled!
Again beautiful pictures! I love them all! Thanks for the link, the software I did not know!
What an Adventure. Gorgeous use of colours, Love it, Awesome !!
the second one Looks like love-in-the-mist (nigella), one of my favorite plants... the kaleidoscope look you achieve is so awesome, and the Colors stunning as always! i will Bookmark the link and hope to try it out some day.
Oh so lovely in every form dear Sheila!You make it look very tempting indeed.Thank you for reminding me about tuxpi and the link.oxo
Such a brave little flower indeed to embark on this adveture all alone. I love the original little flower. Wow, the variety of applications that metamorphosed your original painting are mindboggling. I can just imagine the fun you were having. I tried following the changes but got lost on the third one. LoL That you said "a final fling" ... what a fun attitude for art!
An adorable small flower that you've got to blossom so magically. Beautiful art pieces, Sheila,Hugs ♥
Fabulous experimentation with stunning results! :D :D
Lovely flower and I also like the orange and green frame! Love all fantastic versions, but especially the last one. You have done magic with this program.
Fabulous variety of experiments, they all look amazing.Yvonne
i love your titleit drew me in right awaysuch a sweet little flower turned into a world of lovely expression
Sheila, just love all the vivid colours, and repeated patterns you have created, wow! That little flower has such an exciting time, and metamorphosed into something totally different. With a little help from Photoshop and yourself, of course! Lovely
You kaleidoscop-playing effects look so interesting! ... and these all you made with your little flower!? But when I went to the link - I could not find the kaleidoskop-effect.Ulrike
LOVE LOVE LOVE it...I love all versions of it too!! Wonderful work with shapes and colour. The original is stunning too!! Good job!!Hugs Giggles
What a pretty flower! It´s very fascinating to see the possibilities! Absolutely gorgeous!Hugs, Annette
Wow beautiful artwork, fabulous effects. I had to smile as soon as I read your title :) Happy Weekend, Shirleyxx
Wow Sheila your little flower has become to some wonderful images, love them all, you are so creative on many way. Anni
Awesome how you did all the changes..I have tried out the proggi, but it seems not to be as easy as I thought it is, haha! ♥ ConnyPiaroms Art Journaling
I love how your little painted flower turned into such imaginative and beautiful works of art! And thanks so much for your wonderful visit to my blog, too! HUGS!
I love what you have managed to do with a limited colour palette and one little flower....it is quite incredible. I love the border too.
Your art converted in that magic way looks fascinating! And you really made me a great present to publish a link to the magic software. Do you know what I will try tonight probably for the next 24 hours??????
You create such magic, and with such beauty. Fabuolous! Jx
Always fun to see your creations.
Thank you soooo much for the link! I love that editor! Love your little flower, too.
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