Tuesday, September 1, 2009

working on...



...something for my girls' room. or mantel.

19 comments:

  1. Wow, that looks impressive. It must take lots of patience... I can't wait to see the finished product!

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  2. Gorgeous sneak peak. Thanks for sharing

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  3. Oh, you are so talented! I can hardly contain my admiration!

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  4. ...or beloved friend's mantel...

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  5. Your handiwork is very impressive! Oh, how I love Little Red. I threw a Little Red Riding Hood birthday party for my daughter last year:

    http://mustardseeds.typepad.com/my_weblog/2008/11/party-activities.html

    http://mustardseeds.typepad.com/my_weblog/2008/11/little-red-inspired-gifts.html

    http://mustardseeds.typepad.com/my_weblog/2008/11/happy-birthday-anne.html

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  6. Very cool...can't wait to see the whole thing!!

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  7. It looks like you've been inspired by Elsa Morita :)Very nice! I'm sure your girls will love it!

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  8. Oh, I love this! Thanks for sharing. I love the details, like the angle of Red's legs and the swoosh of her cape!

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  9. thanks everybody!

    Robyn, we might be able to arrange something.

    Janna, you are something else! Your party and ideas were so cool. Might have to do something like that next year!

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  10. Your mantel of course--you don't want to hide it in their room! :) You are amazing!

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  11. y'all are so very kind. I'm starting to get kind of a fat head from the compliments. :-)
    Let me just say I give ALL the glory for whatever talent I have straight to God.

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  12. This is amazing! It would be great if you'd provide a tutorial on how to make one of these. I'd love to see the process behind how they are made!

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  13. Just rotate placement around your beautiful home. The kitchen when you are cooking, the mantel when you are reading in the living room, your nightstand when you go to sleep. ;) Miss you!

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  14. Beautiful work! Did you come design this? I've been looking for Red Riding Hood designs to embroider something for my grand daughters. They love to pretend they are Little Red being frightened by the Big Bad Wolf!

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  15. saltycatco, I've have several requests for a tutorial. I'll try to do something for that in September with a simpler composition.

    Jess, miss you too. :-(

    Mindy, Red and the house are mine, but the rest is a study of Alain Gree's work. I'd suggest searching flickr? or etsy?

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  16. This is amazing! I love your dioramas.

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  17. Oh! Little Red Riding Hood - so sweet!
    Greetings from Germany

    Mara Zeitspieler

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