Beccy as always you are so generous. This is beautiful. Lee xx
What a pretty flower! Thank you.
Thank you Beccy! Love this.
thank u for sharing....
pretty! thank you!
Lovely flower, thank you!!
lovely, thank you
SO simply stated yet so elegant! Thanks so much!
Great flower. Thank you.
Thank you for the lotus flower!
Thank you!! How beautiful and elegant!Greetings!
Another beautiful creation from the talented Beccy... thank you so much... I love your flowers!hugs and blessings,Pauline
Thank you! A beautifully done flower!
just beautiful beccy thank you.greetings karin
Beautiful drawing, thank you for sharing it. :)
Beautiful, as always. Thanks, Beccy.
Oh how lovely, thank you!
Thank you for the beautiful flower!
Another stunning drawing. Thanks so much for sharing.Love Joan xx
Once again Beccy your eye for detail and classic design is shown in your lovely lotus flower. (I saw my first growing lotus in the Roma Street Parklands eight years ago and.was astonished by their.size! I.thought that they were just a little larger than a water lily, wow they were majestic. I.could imagine some of the shapes translated into background paper.
this is lovey . thank you
Omg...gorgeous.....can't wait to colour it...Thank you for your generosity
thank you - know just the one to create a card to using this :o)
As usual..simple yet beautiful. Thank you.
Pretty lotus. Thanks!
Lovely, thank you. x
Thank you so much Beccy! Love your flowers.
Thanks Beccy for sharing the lovely flower.Jocelan
Very pretty image, love your flower.Thanks!-SonySonia-Studio60
Beautiful lotus! Thanks for sharing it. It's especially nice for those of us who are looking for Buddhist imagery. It's hard to find stamps in this topic. Thanks so much!
Thank you! So pretty!
Thank you Beccy. Love all your images.
This is very lovely. Thank you.
I love this , thank you bunches and bunches hugs Cathy
thank you for the lovely lotus flowerCeri
Thank you for another beautiful flower.
Beautiful flower. Thank you.
Thank you for this beautiful drawing! I needed a simple image for a memorial program I am building for my mother-in-law who was a Buddhist. This conveyed to me the depth and hope that I wanted to present. Thanks!