Frida Kahlo Finished!

Thank you so much to Ali who commented on my previous blog and gave me the confidence to remove much of Frida’s nose and start again!                                                       Finally I am happy, and here she is…


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24 Responses to Frida Kahlo Finished!

  1. Shirley cordes-Rogozinsky says:

    Absolutely stunning, congrats on a job well done!

  2. It is stunning!! Absolutely gorgeous!!! You made my day saying that my comment helped! Thanks you for sharing your work!!! Ali

  3. janetamarney says:

    Fabulous button portrait! I saw it on Facebook and I thanked Folt Bolt for including the name of the artist! As artists, we should ALL be careful to give proper credit whenever possible. Sometimes it takes a few clicks to get back to the source, but it’s the right thing to do.

  4. Blythe says:

    I am thrilled to see your beautiful Frida. I love working with buttons and now you have inspired me!

  5. Linda says:

    Just beautiful! I keep going back to look at the details!

  6. Kathy Murray says:

    Do you sell prints of this “Frida” ??

  7. Suyapa says:

    😱 she is gorgeous !!! 👏👏👏
    Curious on the type of glue you use to paste the beads ?

  8. Vivian says:

    Sou professora, posso usar essa imagem para fazer uma prova para os meus alunos?

  9. Lisa S says:

    So lovely. Is this for sale?

  10. Liliana says:

    This is beautiful!!!! If you have more in the future for sale, please let me know. I have a friend who loves Frida. She looks like her. She is a selfless person who is always helping others before herself. Critt Dee on Facebook. She is amazing. Check her out. I would love to surprise her. She has group called Operation Kindness.

    • janeperkins says:

      Hi Liliana – your friend sounds wonderful! Operation Kindness is what we all need!
      At the moment I have no plans to make another Frida but you never know … Jane x

  11. gene carlson says:

    I loved your piece on facebook, and wondered what glue or fastener you use?
    I have large button collection, and started work, but struggle with the glue.

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