Monday, July 19, 2010

Sketchbook Project 2011 (pages 22, 23, 24 & 25)










Good morning(O:
I have a 4 page spread displayed here today. I tried a new technique from the rest of this book by cutting a hole in one of the pages. This was fun and I have just 3 pages left to go, this is a huge mile stone for me as I have never filled a sketchbook from cover to cover(O: Yea!! Have a great Monday everyone!

15 comments:

  1. These are precious! Love your faces.

    ReplyDelete
  2. I love! I think they are beautiful.

    ReplyDelete
  3. That's really clever, the hole. Now you have to make some pop-ups!

    ReplyDelete
  4. Beautiful and so creative as ever. I hope I have sometimes the courage to paint free such amazing faces and colorful images or pages like you!!
    Admiring hugs,
    Anja

    ReplyDelete
  5. Oh, I just LOVE these girls...and the hole is BRILLANT!!! Only three pages before you've completed this book; that's great, Rebecca! I'm going to miss my daily fix...but I imagine you've got another project up your sleeve, ;). BTW, I tried a face inspired by your work! Wishing you a blissful day of creating!

    ReplyDelete
  6. Hey! Good for you! You're almost there! Clever idea with the peek-a-boo cut out! Love it!

    ReplyDelete
  7. Way to go! The peek a book concept is excellent! Very cool effect!

    ReplyDelete
  8. Oh, that is very cool!! What a great sketchbook you are making!!

    ReplyDelete
  9. You Go Girl!!! These are beautiful!!! I think the hole is fun!! Makes it look like she's looking thru a mirror or something! Love the hair ribbons :D

    ReplyDelete
  10. LOVE your peekaboo hole!!! Absolutely inspired idea, Rebecca!!! I can't believe you've only 3 pages to finish this awesome sketchbook! Hugs, Terri xoxo

    ReplyDelete
  11. Now this is fun!! And wow, what an accomplishment!

    ReplyDelete
  12. These are so great Rebecca! At first I thought you had created a technique that mirrored a magnifying glass and then... I scrolled down and discovered this wonderful adventurous spread. It is beautiful and so well put together. I hope you know how great it is to see your work! Hugs! Thanks for your comments too... I appreciate them very much.

    ReplyDelete
  13. This is wonderful _ I love the cut-out -makes the pages even more special. Beautiful color work and expressive faces!

    ReplyDelete
  14. Wholey cool! I love this idea!

    Peek a boo to you too!

    ciao bella
    creative carmelina

    ReplyDelete
  15. These pages are gorgeous! I love the hole technique and being able to see the faces through it. And congratulations on being almost done! I totally admire how you blasted right through this project. :)

    ReplyDelete

It's always such a pleasure hearing from my followers! I love to read all my comments and please know that I read everyone of them and each one is appreciated more than you know.

My New Studio

My New Studio
It may be pink but it's no longer the closet under the stairs(O:

Happy Valentines Day!!

Happy Valentines Day!!
These are little Valentines Mice made out of little white stones. I stuck felt hearts on them and then embelished them with bows and eyes. This is a fun Valentines Day craft for my daughter's second grade class!

Art Doll Prints

Available Now!!!

India

Meet India, she is such a treasure! I made from a tea cup I brought back from India last year. She sits 6 1/2 inches tall. The base she sits on is a beautiful square plate I found in Crate & Barrel that matched the tea cup perfectly. India has been embellished with fabrics I also brought back with me. Her hair is a combination of wool and acrylic fibers and she is jeweled with brass accents. India has henna patterns on the souls of her feet and around the tops of her arms and sits in this peaceful position as she meditates. She's waiting to sit in your home and bring you peace.

India Prays

India Prays
Art Doll

Art Doll Mable

Art Doll Mable
Meet Mable, she's trying her best to keep her skin glowing. She believes in nourishing her body from the inside out but once a week a good facial mask and cucumbers on her eyes make all the difference in the world. She stand 8 inches tall and would love to sit on the side of your tub or on your dresser. She could spend hours in the bathroom! * Mable is an original one of a kind decorative Art Doll and not meant to be played with as a toy.