Friday, September 11, 2009

Pink Friday~Pink Collage

I have been having lots of fun in "my studio" in Grass Valley.
I completed this collage this afternoon.
I took my good friend Stacy at Golden Bird Knits advise and just let go and let it happen.
It worked and I had so much fun. Can you see the bright pink ribbon around the canvas edge?

I painted many, many coats of paint since I was having so much fun!

As you know, I love buttons so wanted to have some on my collage.

Music is important to me since My Guy is a professional musician.
The little rose/butterfly card is from Stacy.

And, a poem seemed to be a must.

More buttons and colorful yarn.

I love the color of this flower.
Don't you adore the lady on the stamp and her flowing gown?

On my way back to San Francisco tomorrow. I am ready for some cooler weather.
My Guy and I are going to the Tut Exhibit next week.
Thanks for stoppy by~Dogwood

12 comments:

goldenbird said...

It's lovely, Dogwood. Just beautiful. I like the combination of the soft pink, green and blue. The buttons with the fiber looks great! The torn sheet of music also looks good along with the poem and flowers. I'm at work, but now I want to go home and make one, too :o)

Hope you enjoy the King Tut exhibit. I remember seeing it when I was about 12 years old or younger and it was such a big deal-- we waited in line forever to get inside the museum. Did you see it all those years ago, too? I understand they have added to it quite a bit.

Jill said...

Wow - Beautiful!

I also saw the Tut exhibit - in SF, actually! I loved it then, but dashed through it too fast. Perhaps I will get another try some time. make sure you tell us about it.

Jill

clare's craftroom said...

That is so pretty and it looks like you really had fun doing it .

Theresa said...

Great job on the collage! One of these days I am going to jump in and try one too:) Have a blessed day!

goldenbird said...

Thanks for your sweet comment on my blog, Dogwood. I'm glad you like the cards I sent. You are such a good friend and I can't tell you how happy I am and how fortunate I feel to have had you in my life for so many years. Here's to many more decades of friendship (raising my glass ... of water :o)

Michelle said...

I love the way this came out, so inspired and beautiful!!

Bunny Rose Cottage said...

Oh it is so beautiful!! I love the colors you used for the background and the way you painted it :) The cards and details are just perfect, great job!
Hugs,
Amy

Debra said...

Gorgeous collage...very dreamy, soft colours...enjoy the Tut Exhibit...

The Tattered Cottage said...

OM Gosh!! Your collage is BEAUTIFUL!! I love the way you painted the background and all the colors and textures you used also. Simply beautiful!!! Lucky you to be able to see the Tut exhibit, I always have wanted to see it but never have gotten the chance. Have fun in San Fran
Toni

Teresa Wik- T Pots Pottery said...

Love the collages! they are so beautiful and creative. I really like the use of colored yarn stringing from one button to the next.

Living on the Spit said...

Your work is really beautiful! I love to create and seem to always have my hands into something. Great job!!

Debbies-English-Treasures said...

What a pretty collage!
I truly enjoy your past post about your love for all things birds and bird houses...
I too have a soft spot for them!

ENJOY LIFE`S SIMPLE TREASURES,
DEBBIE MOSS