Saturday, October 1, 2011

Snapshot Saturday...

I'm always reading blogs and getting inspiration from all the wonderful ideas others have and this little piece is no exception.  My friend Nancy (who often surprises me with little packets of vintage postcards, Thanks Nancy), is a wonderful encaustic artist, you can see some of her wonderful work here.  I thought I'd see what it was all about. Well then I forgot about it.  The other night as I was coming out of the office, which is located in a rather green part of an light industry area, the sun was down the moon was out and this piece came to mind, thought I'd share it with you. It was to have been the beginnings of a card, but there is so much wax on it, it would have to be a card you give in person, rather than mail. Snapshot Saturday is hosted by Alyce from At home with books.

12 comments:

Alyce said...

That is so unusual and pretty!

gautami tripathy said...

I like it!

Here is my Saturday Snapshot post!

Bev Hankins said...

That is just gorgeous! Love it.

I'm running late on posting this week...but I have a really good reason.

http://myreadersblock.blogspot.com/2011/10/saturday-snapshot-october-1.html

(Diane) Bibliophile By the Sea said...

Oh my goodness, that is lovely.

Leslie said...

That is quite original. I hopped over to Nancy's blog and her artwork and photography are beautiful.

Jenners said...

That is very different. And how lovely to have a friend who surprises you every so often! I should try to be that kind of friend.

Creations by Laurel-Rain Snow said...

Awesome! Thanks for sharing.

And thanks for visiting my blog.

smellincoffee said...

That is fantastic work! Thank you for sharing it.

smellincoffee said...

That is fantastic work! Thank you for sharing it.

Nise' said...

You are so creative.

sadie607 said...

That's so beautiful and unusual I love it.

Lisa@ButteryBooks said...

Beautiful!

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