Sunday, July 26, 2009

Aunt Linda and Tags




I was out at Patti's yesterday with some plain manila mail tags. They are no longer plain!
And as is usually the case I came away even more inspired than when I started. You'd think that 5 straight hours of arting would leave me wanting to go play table tennis or something, but no. I went home and finished up a portrait of my aunt Linda that I'd started a while back and got stalled on. Somewhere on the road home it suddenly clicked in my head and I knew how I wanted to finish it. I love when that happens!
I used some of our Mad Hatter's Tea Party paper as a border... I sure get a lot of mileage out of our homemade papers.

5 comments:

jgr said...

I love the portrait! And the tags are gorgeous, It's been a long time since I worked with tags, you have inspired me!

Pattio said...

Aunt Linda turned out fantastic!
I love how you finished it. the open books are wonderful. Your tags are beautiful. That was so much fun.

Cheers

marit said...

Seth sure started something, didn't he!? Thanks for your sweet comment on my blog. I visit you for the first time but BOY, some amazing art here!!! And because you mentioned "the mad hatter" I got even more curious... (I did an online Alice in Wonderland Journal Swap recently - and my theme was the mad hatter....) Anyway, you're in my faves so I'll be back!

Rachelle said...

Yes, I recognize that border! Beautiful portrait of Aunt Linda.

Kellys Art Journaling/ Sharing The Journey said...

Great page and tags. I love the "Aunt" page.