Starry Starry Night

The theme over at Tag Tuesday this week is Starry Starry Night and I was intending to create a beautiful peaceful winter nightscape, but somehow my tag went off in a different direction (as they often do) - here's how it turned out ...

This was really easy to do - the gorgeously romantic image is from an ArtChix ephemera sheet which came in a FrogDog kit. I just adhered it to a piece of card for stability, sanded the edges, trimmed with scraps of ribbon and lace, added a spray of paper roses and finished with some sticky gems.

Only trouble is that I now have Don McLean running through my head ....

Happy Christmas one and all! :o)xxx


Shoshi said…
Oooh Annie, how gorgeous is that? I haven't been over to look at Tag Tues. yet but I expect most people will have chosen a Christmas theme for the suggested title. Yours is a real bit of glam! Love it! I love how you've photographed it too, with the wood background and the little organza bag. Just beautiful.

Thank you for your beautiful comment on my blog. I am so glad you enjoyed reading about Dad. We had his funeral on Thursday and I had such positive feedback from everyone about my talk, which was a distillation of what I wrote in that post. I definitely recommend the book - maybe it was just my circumstances at the time I read it, but it had a profound effect on me!

This whole experience, and meeting an installation artist the other night and the conversation we had, has led me to having a germ of an idea about the future of my art in general. I have been seeking some more focus without losing my versatility and now have a lot to think about!!

I will definitely be exploring your "Show'n Tell". In the New Year I am hoping at last to get into more of a routine and have more opportunities for art than I've had for the past several months.

Shoshi said…
Hi Annie, me again. Thanks for your lovely comment and your good wishes. It was a lovely send-off for Dad and I think he would have been pleased, except that he always hated to be in the limelight!!

I hope you have a good Christmas and a happy New Year.