What a beautiful work!!!
Fantastic printing blocks!!!!!! xxx
Clever, clever! Over at Red Gingham, Sarah was wondering how to print with a block like that, as ink pads didn't work. Maybe you could give her some advice..I've just set up my Pause for Advent event thingy, and as you weren't sure if you'd have time, I've not included you on my list of participants, but if you want to have a look at the very vague parameters on my post today, maybe you will feel you have time and energy to join in! I leave it up to you, but it would be lovely to have you.
I love the idea of Rapunzel
very cool house! I love the way the pieces are connected. As for your blocks, wow! can't wait to see what you so with those, they'll make great backgrounds!As for the Inchie challenges, there are various ones around, I have to go and look in my links file as I can't quite remember. perhaps ask Patty at Magpie's Nest http://bitze.wordpress.com/ she's a bit of an expert on these things! M
I love your piece of artwork and the printing blocks are a real find. Well done. Look forward to seeing what you create with themHave a wonderful weekCarolyn ♥
Thank you ... the blocks are on my mantlepiece as works in themselves... I'm TERRIFIED to use them !!
Your tower is very clever and I just LOVE your ubiquitous button flowers! And those print blocks are great finds. The border one looks like a batik design. Print it in bleach on a dark fabric?
I have just come to your blog from my friend Amelia's and love it. Your work is so cool. I also found my printing blocks, like the ones on here, years ago in Dubia....they are great fun to use as well.If at any time you are bored..!!! below are my blogs, just in case u are intrestedlyndaxone image a day ToolboxCounselli... trying to create art each day LIFE AND ALL THAT JAZZ
Wot? Not Beeping Slooty, having just woken up briefly? Rapunzel was a wet and a weed, but she did have uncommonly long hair and no shotgun. Or she could have had hours of mindless fun shooting at princes and then claiming that it was the witch wot dunnit.
thanks for that Griffin.... I still have my cut off pony tail & I had long golden hair as you know, so I could have stuck it on the pic !!!thanks to everyone slse for all the comments !
I love Rapunzel! Especially the top bit... the girl herself with the lettering behind her.Love Charlottexxx
what a great idea for the house this week: bravo! and wow, those blocks are amazing, what a great find!
Love this one, Penny!
Great Rapunzel - very creative.
Beautiful work! Very creative! First time at your blog...it's wonderful! LynnF
Jolie maison, merci d eta participation.