Saturday, May 13, 2017

Sea Life Framed

Please join me on my new blog - paperglitterglue.com where this project is included with more already added. Thank you. I hope to see you there.












13 comments:

  1. bravo pour toute cette belle récupération réutilisée en merveilleux projet à bientôt NATE

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  2. Lucy I Love this project! Great 3-D effect. We use those Fancy Feast boxes in art here, too. My husband loves the cardboard insert for painting with oil pastels. ;)

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  3. This is AMAZING!!!!!! I absolute love this project!!!
    Love the way you used the stamps!

    Thank you for playing along with us over Simon Says Stamp!
    Have a great day
    XX Zoey

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    1. Thank you Zoey. The challenges do stimulate creativity, for sure. Thank you for hosting them.

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  4. I love this! It reminds me of a Joseph Cornell box. I know what you mean about time constraints with some of the challenges. Chloe's work is sweet, thanks for the link.

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    1. I was not familiar with Joseph Cornell and then after I googled him I am super flattered to be even mentioned with him. Thank you for that.

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    1. Thank you, Bryan. I went to your website to see your assemblages. They are incredible and more like the assemblages that Paper Artsy had in mind. So far my main material is paper and cardboard, but I am expanding. Thank you again for commenting.

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  6. What a lovely project. I think it's really effective and beautifully done. xx

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  7. Wow it looks fantastic ! This would be amazing in a beach house too! An assemblage is such a flexible topic that really any kind of arrangement of any kind of objects is fair game in my book! I think you nailed it!! ~Leandra

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