There is nothing I would not do for those who are really my friends.
I have no notion of loving people by halves, it is not my nature.
~ Jane Austen

Sunday, July 6, 2008

I hope everyone is having a great weekend.
This morning I created this collage using everything vintage...silver tray, cabinet card, vintage dollies and laces, vintage pearl necklace, and vintage earrings. For some reason, I just realized that my recent collages include vintage ivory, tan, and/or brown elements. I have no idea as to why I am drawn to these colors for creating. My favorite colors are pinks and blues.


I will probably post this in my Etsy store later this week.
I have again changed my blog banner! I just love playing with Photoshop so this is a way to show my digital work.
Hope everyone has a wonderful and safe day!
Hugs, Sharon

9 comments:

Vanessa Greenway said...

That is just so beautiful!! I love that tray! and the trims, and the photo... everything is so pretty!! I also love that girl behind the window on your new banner!!! Have a great day!! Hugs!! Vanessa

Jann said...

Sharon, this is just gorgeous! You are so amazing--fantastic art! Smiles, Jann

Marie Antionette said...

Hello Sharon ,new to blogging,that tray is just fantastic.Love everything about it.Wonderful wonderful.Marie Antionette

Anonymous said...

I love it, very unique.
Queen Marcy

Marilyn said...

Sharon, your work on this collage is beautiful! I love the colors and the vintage pieces look like they were made to go together!

Theresa @ Take A Sentimental Journey said...

Hi Sharon, that tray is a real cutie pie . You did a great job on it

shabby*girl said...

Love it, Love it, Love it....along with your beautiful new blog banner! Hmmmmm- do you sell blog banners to computer dummies such as myself who wouldn't even know how to upload it? Have a great day, Sharon! Hugs, Missy :)

Cindy B said...

I recently bought a small silver tray like this owat to do with it...It's so creative , vintage, and I love it! Cindy B

Alexandra Knittel said...

Wow I love this. What a wonderful piece.