This weeks challenge at Wednesday Stamper is "Inchies". Inchies are 1×1 inch squares. And I thought the Moo Cards were small! I decided to go with a Halloween theme since it is only a few weeks away. If you would like to see some wonderful Inchies go visit Shari's blog at Creative Chatter. She has lots of them!
I haven't done a Wednesday Stamper for a few weeks now. This weeks challenge is Triptych. I choose a Japanese theme. The background is an old Japanese print and the ladies are also cut from old prints. The scripts are stamps.
This weeks Gothic Arch Challenge is "Family". The image is of Madame Frederic Reiset and her daughter, Therese drawn by French artist Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, (1780-1867). The E.E. Cummings saying is an overlay designed by Rhonna Farrer.
I tasted some great wines from the Eastern Townships this week. The vineyards there are a great discovery. This is late but here is my entry for this weeks Illustration Friday topic of "discovery". The heads are from Microsoft clipart.
Here is my Wednesday Stamper entry for this week theme of "eggs". The sheet music is from a song called "Crow's Eggs" by John Barnes Wells which I found here http://scriptorium.lib.duke.edu/sheetmusic/. The nest a stamp "Just Vines" by Stampin' Up and the crow is from The Animal Book by Petrus Candidus. The eggs are from an antique print. The tree branch is a photoshop brush.
It's a holiday weekend here in Quebec, Fête Nationale or better known as Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day (June 24). Hopefully the weather will be nice for some great barbeques.
It's cold and miserable outside today so it's a perfect day to stay indoors and work on this weeks Wednesday challenge which is flowers. The lady is from a Carl Gustav Carus (1789-1869) painting. The floor and stone wall were found online. The cat is a photoshop brush by Cybrea and the saying is by American poet William Carlos Williams. Flower and dragonfly are from stamps.