You Oughta Be In Pictures
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|It’s so nice to have a great portrait of your loved one or favorite celebrity. Portraits don’t always have to be done in pencil or paint, though. Here are five examples of portraits done with different mediums. They all have one thing in common, though: each has achieved a wonderful result.|
|Recognize this iconic actress? It’s non other than Audrey Hepburn, rendered in cross stitch by beelisty.
|These two cuties are the children of boingo82, who used burlap and machine applique to get this great result.|
|littlecircles created this colorful portrait of her high school friend using quilled paper. So many paper coils; such detail!|
|You’d probably never guess what medium daisy2799 used to create this portrait of Marilyn; it’s dyed pasta! The process was fascinating, so make sure to read daisy2799’s post.|
Want to see how others have done portraits, including more traditional as well as non-traditional methods? Click on the Craftster tag “portrait” to see more!