Monday, September 8, 2008

Mixed Media Monday - Stars


This week we have yet another new guest hostess on Mixed Media Monday, Joanne! Joanne has chosen "stars" as the challenge prompt. I pondered about this, there are so many alternatives, but in the end, I opted for a set of three chipboard stars, linked together. The backgrounds are done with color mist sprays, with some gold acrylic paint rubbed on for good measure :-)

23 comments:

Natalie B said...

Great theme!!

Beth said...

They are lovely stars, and your three butterfly children riding their bird steeds are brilliant.

redlan said...

this is so unique. done with much effort. Unity is the interpretation of this art. great work dianne!

mich said...

A few short 'strings' of these precious stars would make the most spectacular tree ornamentation - with nothing else but lights on the tree. WOW!

Kelly said...

wonderful art

herminesplace said...

Looks gorgeous, love how they are connected.

katrin said...

this is so great and the "little" stars are sooo cut - amazing entry!!!

Gayle Page-Robak said...

Love your stars, Joanne! Very nice!

joanne wardle said...

cool, I love this

ilonka -kreativgeschwafel- said...

your chipboard stars are amazing!

Pascalebrad said...

Great take on the theme! Really pretty.

redlan said...

hello ms. dianne. i commented on mmm, I guess it went on spam again

Kim H. said...

These are gorgeous! Stars are so much fun!

Astrid Maclean said...

Wonderful little stars, gorgeous!

Kris Dickinson said...

So wonderful and fun!

Char said...

These Stars are really fantastic. Love them. And, I hope you know I spend too much time playing with your black cat.

Kathy said...

Beautiful stars.

Rein said...

Your stars are fabulous!

deb said...

Love this Diane.

Simple Journeys said...

I like this set of linked stars. There were so many options, weren't they!

Anni's Art said...

Lovely little stars you have made, love the background it look like rust.

Virginia said...

Just beautiful.

Cheryl said...

Sooooooooooooo charming! Great job.