Monday, July 14, 2008

Mixed Media Monday - Let's Have Tea

This week over at Mixed Media
Monday, Glenda returns as our guest host. Glenda has chosen "let's have tea" as her challenge. It was a great opportunity to get another spread done in my fabric book. Unfortunately the board book doesn't fit into my scanner completely - it just misses a bit, so you'll have to imagine the lace to be the same down both sides. The lace is gorgeous in real life, hand painted by my daughter Danni. Thanks for a fun challenge, Glenda!

17 comments:

Bee said...

Oh, I clicked on the image for a bigger version and it shows all of the lovely texture and detail of this piece. Lovely....I bet it looks fantastic in real life.

Glenda said...

Diane, I think that is just about the most beautiful book spread that I have ever seen. No....noo..kidding.

Beth said...

Your laces are so beautiful, and they work wonderfully with your Victorian ladies.

Gayle Page-Robak said...

This is beautiful and so elegant...love it!

rattytatty@fsmail.net said...

Wow ., This is truly stunning. Love all the texture. Its all so wel laid out truly Lush

truutske said...

Oh Diane...this is so incredible!!
Brilliant and great work.
Yes...I love it!!

Rosie said...

Beautiful work again Diane - you love your fabric book, don't you?! Are those fabric transfers I see? It's a gorgeous pieces and the lace border works beautifully!

Pearl Maple said...

Wow, so many beautiful details in this tea page, thanks for sharing your creativity and lovely images.

Inka said...

An amazing piece of art!

Zuzu's Blog said...

I have to repeat the phrases already used I am afraid.. stunning beautiful elegant...

Lucy Edson said...

Incredible fabric book pages!! The images and lace are beautiful!

Karen Mowrey said...

Wow, really gorgeous. I am so impressed with what you have done with fabric. Kudos to Danni as well for the painted lace, very bee-utiful idea!

nightowl said...

Love your fabric book and the lace is beautiful.

Charlie said...

Hi Diane,
Your work is awesome as always, that is why I have chosen you for the Arte y pico award. Come by my blog to pick it up.

Debbi Baker said...

This is beautiful Diane! Your fabric book is going to be one very special book by the time you finish. Makes me think I should drag out all the board books I prepped a couple of years ago!

Shelly said...
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Shelly said...

The colors are just lovely, and the lace is yummy...(I clicked a wrong button before and I removed my post by accident sorry :( )