You might ask what puffins and chairs have got to do with each other?
Well, nothing except that they both appear on this postcard!
The other side of this postcard looks like this......I picked it up in Suffolk thinking it would go in my "out and about" journal but it never made it there......it was lurking on my desk and ended up being used as a mask when making this piece "who killed cock robin" .....that's how it got the red and black bits
After I made the first shrine I had a hankering to make another, so here it is......I'm not quite as happy with this one as the last one, I think it's the pink (if you are reading this....your fault Burnice!) but it's OK, I can live with it:)
It's really hard to get a decent pic of the whole thing.....but I hope you get the idea!
Am really liking the words on the doll faces..... kinda creepy:)
and this idea I like too......saw something similar in one of the galleries I visited a while back
this doll head is a weird shape......sort of alien looking don't you think.....or is that just me!?
Oops, just realised you can see the glue....need to paint that!
Spot the skull stencil lurking in the back behind the hanging arms??
I have a liking for myths, legends, old stories, fairy tales and nursery rhymes etc, so when I saw these postcards at the book fair I went to last
weekend, I bought them. The colours and the woodcut look also appealed:)
Rather than just add them to my "out and about" journal I decided to use them and work around them echoing the colours and images in them......I worked in an A4 journal and I'm pleased with the way them came out.
Although it's not "white space" I am happy that I managed to leave some "empty space" (well apart from a little colour) rather than needing to fill every part of the page:)
Hello and welcome!
I like to travel and I'm incurably curious. I love my garden and I like to make things,
I like altered art and mixed media and have a leaning towards the slightly darker, weirder side of things....as you may notice!