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Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Using My Muse



I LOVE Jarrahdale pumpkins. They inspire. My friends also inspire me. Last Summer, friend Lori, from Notforgotten Farm, made a wonderful pin-keeps for Ghoultide. She changed the classic, Heart and Hand theme, to a heart and pumpkin one. She placed the pumpkins on the palm of a hand and I was smitten. I even wrote and told her. With her kind words to create what my muse tells me to, I knew where to take the inspire. In my own voice, I wanted something different, a wall hanging.  My muse ~


Edna Nettles. Her plumpish hands were a perfect inspire, her basket of Sweet Annie would fill a glove wonderfully. 

Lori~ I hope that I have done justice to your inspire. Thank your for your kind words to use the concept with my own voice.


Another view as it is intended to be seen~


And as the "Heart and Hand" theme.



As I was making this Dutchie for TDIPT, those hearts did inspire, and so, the usual carrot would not do. I love her.



Finally... those thoughts of Spring cleaning. I'm enjoying these mousies...you will see me bounce around a bit and I am trying different materials and mechanics...but there is reason behind it and you shall see in time.

It has been nice to give my hand a break from the heavy demands of shows. I will be taking it lighter with some ink works and a few other things that I am exploring. It's all a journey, one that I love. 

3 comments:

Lori from Notforgotten Farm said...

just the sweetest...I may have to purchase one from you ~ blessings to you sweet Stacey.
~Lori from Notforgotten Farm

Stacey said...

Thank you Lori~You have been an inspire since those Holly Berry Hill days. Back then I was working in a discount store! Many blessings back to you for inspiring so many, not just I.

Michelle May said...

Oh my gosh....I'm totally in love with Dutchie!!