Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Spring Pages for FAT

Here are my Spring pages finished just in time. I need to go to FAT and post them. They are different on the front and back. I can't wait to get pages from other traders and make them into a small fiber book.
The pink one is a web of threadwork I did in my workshop for Artist's Circle. I added a FAT bead to look like a cocoon wrapped on the spider web.
The second one reminds me of an ole' tv show - Please Don't Eat the Daisies. Unfortunately, on the other side the monkey decided to eat them. I added a great fiber yarn to its edges. And last but not least, I needle-felted daisies, found a cute yellow duck and sat him on top of another bead I made. The reverse side is a heart I made with stabilizer and added an inchie with a heart. Its very simple. I hope my partners will like the pages they receive.


I had to take my dog, Bear into the vet for minor surgery. But you know I am feeling bluesy bc he is such a companion. He will be there all day, but I get to pick him up after 5pm. The fee for a minor surgery is the price of a semester of college with books included. How does a person pay for a pet in this day and age. Take out a small loan!!


Jacq said...

YOur spring pages look great, you have such a nice variety of techniques. Sorry to hear about your dog. Hope he will be well soon.

mary schweitzer said...

Thank you for visiting my blog and leaving such a nice comment.
I really like your pages, they will make a colorful tactile book.
I agree about the cost of the vet, ridiculous really.

Fannie said...

All kinds of techniques in your spring pages, Dove. Nice. Hope your doggy is well.

Lin Lin said...

Your partners will be very fortunate Dove. Please keep us updated on Bear.