Wednesday, February 20, 2008


FEATHER YOUR NEST PINK was the result of two days of tearing my hair out! LOL! It started out "feather your nest white" and then it was "feather your nest blue" get the picture!! Sometimes my pieces don't come easily:)

I used a white shadow box and this lovely paper with pink roses on it, giving it texture by sewing on the rose with white thread. It was my first time to use Grungeboard and I really liked working with it! I used it for the wings and the little swirly under the *earbob* bouquet that the sweet girl's holding. Once again, I used a Paper Whimsy girl - I do love Gale's work!
Even though this piece took a wee bit too long to make, I love it!! Pink's my favorite color so that made it worth every minute.

You can see this piece and oh, so many fabulous pieces by 'muah' in my Etsy store. Help me put three boys through college this fall....visit, shop, buy. LOL





sammy said...

Welcome back to the healthy crafting world! So glad to have your voice be so strong again! You went thru a really ruff time! Keep well my friend.... hugs

Sandra at 7th St. Studio said...

OH MY GOODNESS! You are not only soooo talented, but girl you are the best, most generous, sweet blog friend anyone could ever hope for!!!! The mailman brought my goodies yesterday and I am still playing with them all!!!! so much fun and such a treat for me!!! Thank you, Thank you!!-Sandra

The Vintage Sister Studio said...

I just stumbled upon your delightful blog. Your work is beautiful! I will be stopping back often:)

kecia said...

i love it! it looks like you were having so much fun playing. i like the pink, i can't imagine it any other way!
love ya!

Lori said...

your little nested girl is so sweet, pink was the perfect color choice for her, she is darling;)

SweetAnnee said...

Oh I love it!!
..let's see ..I do have a birthday coming in a few weeks.
It's on my wish list

cindy said...

It's a lovely, lovely piece! Love the pink and her wings are perfect.



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