Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Compendium of Curiosities Challenge- week 34


  Can you believe we are almost at the end of this creative journey (and ready to start a new one of course).I decided to make a commemorative collage of different techniques I have used with the addition of our amazing Linda ( I asked her permission first). It will be a fun piece for me to have in my book. The first fragment I made ended in disaster when the paper came off the glue on my fingers and then the ink bled. I liked it better but that's how it goes sometimes. Make sure you go visit Studio L3. There are some amazing fragments over there.
             Thank you for looking!

11 comments:

  1. What a fabulous idea for your theme. I love it and especially that you added Linda to it. Without her, most of us would not have tried even a third of these brilliant techniques. Great tribute!

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  2. Totally fabulous Donna am so loving this and love your idea of putting dear Linda onto it, inspiring work my friend. Annette x

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  3. Cool idea Donna. Great memory piece....like an altered journal in one piece.

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  4. This is a wonderful expression of your CCC journey! Did this really start in June?? Terrific piece, Donna and how fun to have Linda in your book. Cheers!

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  5. A fabulous memory piece, to record the past weeks.

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  6. Talk about memory lane! Beautiful and I do love that added a pic of our leader! Too fun!

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  7. Such a great combination and perfect execution. Lovely.

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  8. This is a great piece! love the pic of Linda in there! A great idea to do this.

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  9. I love that you have put Linda's face on there so cool ;0) great collage

    Love Dawn xx

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  10. What a super fun piece of artwork! I love your collaged fragment! :)

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  11. OH! Donna, you're awesome. Look out: It's the Floating Linda Head!!! You're a sweetheart to immortalize me on your sensational collage-- look at all the wonderful Tim imagery! My head is in extremely good company. I'm touched, and very, VERY honored. Thank you!!!

    Your Fragment collage is just fabulous-- "Play" is the word, for sure-- Tim's techniques are so much fun, and you always use them with such finesse!

    The best part of hosting this series is the wonderful new friendships I've been blessed with, and yours is one that I truly treasure. And remember, it's not ending... we're just beginning a new chapter!

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