Jasmine Becket-Griffith (jasminetoad) wrote,
Jasmine Becket-Griffith

Queen Elizabeth and an Ermine & more.....

I finished her!! Yay!!

Before I begin - a quick head's up - I will be visiting family over the Thanksgiving holiday and will be gone much of next week - Monday through Saturday the 25th - this will not affect any of these auctions in any way. The only effect you will notice is that orders placed during that time will not be shipped until I get back home to Florida that weekend. No biggie. If you have questions, just ask me!

Okay! First of all the new painting - clearly inspired by my recent adventures at the renaissance festival, I have a Tudor-style portrait of Queen Elizabeth the First pictured with an ermine (a winter weasel who is often pictured in royal portraits) - called "Queen Elizabeth with an Ermine." This is a HIGHLY detailed painting - I spent an inordinate amount of time on the dress and details, and I am very proud of how it turned out. One of my best, for sure. You can see her below:

"Queen Elizabeth and an Ermine" ORIGINAL PAINTING

Next up are the ACEOs - for more info about ACEO cards, how I make them & what they are, consult the individual auction descriptions - they are each one of a kind and are very neat.

To see them all together visit the ACEO section of my store here:


"Masked Fairy on the Mushrooms" ACEO

& "Karen and her Cats" ACEO

& "Purple Haired Night Fairy" ACEO

& "Fairy Christmas" ACEO

& "Violet Sometimes" ACEO

& "Looking a Lot Like Christmas" ACEO

"A Snow Nymph" ACEO

& "Rude Faeries" ACEO (be forewarned, they are making rude gestures & faces!)

To see any other available originals, just visit my Original Paintings section of my store here:


Enjoy! I will have more new paintings very soon.
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