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Wednesday, 13 April 2011


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karen Moss

Love the beginnings of your background and I love your lateral thinking about onion rings.


Love your opening lines on your post today - I thought I was reading a novel. Look forward to seeing what you get up to - and will those onion rings play a part?

Helen Lindfield

Good luck with the online course. Onion rings in art - now THERE's an idea!!


I would love a look at this book Alexa, it is something I have wanted to try forever but something always holds me back!
Now onion rings can be very photogenic. It's good to see your post today.


Love the beginnings of the background and the background to the photo and wish I could smell those onions in the background - yummy!
I'd love to read the book, but I just don't have the time at the moment ;o)
so please don't include me in the draw ... I'll follow it around for a bit first I think!


Good luck with the course.
A x


Good luck with your online course. I think we make time work for us when it is something we want to do. I don't know about onions though! The odor would be discouraging. Thanks for sharing. Vickie #78


Your desk is so inspiring. Filled with possibility and creativity. And - that book looks/sounds terrific!


Your desk has a focussed look about it I love - you have inspired me to go and do a bit of tidying up this afternoon :)


Seeing the start on your desk pushed me over the edge of the fence I've been sitting on for weeks. I went and signed up for She Art. Now waiting for my log-in information and anxious to get started! Will def. need a trip to Michaels for supplies though!

Karen W

The background you've created is lovely. Can't wait to see how it gets used!


The background looks fab. Do share when it develops in to something even more wonderful.
You have made me have an even deeper level of vintage suitcase lust, just peeking at your art supply case - I'm wanting some for son-son's and Panch's life boxes. Think that will have to wait until we get back to Blighty, however.


I love that your mannequins have each other, I think mine needs a friend too:)
Fiona x

Carola Bartz

The background looks lovely so far! I'm so glad you signed up for the class - I still do She Art canvases and tags etc. - it's addicting! I incorporate what I have learned in the course all the time.
Oh please enter me in the draw, I'd be very interested in reading this book. It's been on my list for quite a while.

sandra de

Love seeing your started background not that it needs any gesso. I also didn't get started on the "she art" course until wednesday time is really hard to catch! Can't wait to see how it all comes along and develops.


Mmmmm....onion rings ...now theres a thought ....


I think Wipso and I would enjoy reading this book!! Lovely crafty desk.

The Crafty Elf

Ohhhhh onion rings! Background is looking mighty fine. TFS

Tracey Brossart

Interesting desk! Love the models in the back...lol!

Happy be-lated WOYWW!

I have some yummy candy on my blog if you'd like to check it out! :D

http://brossartaddiction.blogspot.com/2011/04/birthday-bash-blog-candy.html>My Blog Candy!

xx Tracey xx


I'd love the chance to read this book, please put me in the draw :-) Your background looks amazing! xx

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