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Wednesday, 22 April 2009

Playtime!!


Killer Catalogue 1 W.I.P.

Killer Catalogue 2

Cuff


Have had quite a busy week, caught up with some spring cleaning,
Travelled to Dorset on saturday to catch up with family, Grandaughter,s birthday today she is 3,
so took her pressies down on Saturday, she is also just getting over the chicken pox,
I made a start on two more killer catalogues, still wip's, also managed to make a cuff with a fruit net and fibres.
have a great week/end everyone.
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11 comments:

Pat said...

Your catalogues look amazing. Thanks for the comment.

Lynette said...

Your killer catalogues look very cool, wow what textures! I like the one with the pearl in his eye. I hope your grandaughter is feeling much better and I hope she is all better from the chickenpox.

Jackie said...

I don't know how you fit it all in. The catalogues are all fascinating.

Sherry said...

Wow Jean, your killer pieces are amazing!

Prpldy said...

Awesome! Love the catalogs. So glad you got to spend time with your Granddaughter.

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Val said...

Your dead catalogues are amazing Jean, and they are not finished yet. How many pages do you have in each piece, and are they double spread pages so to speak? Or is each piece a whole catalogue. I haven't started painting mine yet.....!

hippopip said...

Great catalogues it is amazing how they have all turned out.

Cestandrea said...

Genie, this is so organic looking. Like something very precious, which has grown in a hidden, secret place, and needed a long time to develop it's beauty. Wonderful and inspiring,
love
andrea

Carrie said...

Many thanks for dropping by recently and I have to admit to loving your catalogues, mine is still 'drying out' but I will hopefully get to it soon.

Deb said...

Wow, those are some amazing pieces Genie. The textures are to die for! *drools*

Thank you for stopping by to say hello too. It's nice to met you.

Deb

Cindy Is Crafty said...

How cool, they look like faces! So neat!