Friday, February 18, 2011

"Keepsake Box Completed" ~ "Studio Sneak Peek Friday"


Snapped This Photo Last Night Just Before Calling It A Day!  Still Unsigned. Still Wet.  And As You Can See, The Little Girl In The Center Has A New Frock.  My Girls Always Tell Me What They Want. She Politely Told Me She Wasn't Happy With Her Previous Styled Dress, So I Changed It.


This Newest Piece Is Substantially Larger Than My Previous Effort.  Easy To See Many More Pretties Finding A Home In This Newer One.


I've Been Contemplating Ways To Incorporate Some Of My Solder Pieces Into These Newest Designs.  Like Maybe Attaching A Lovely Piece Like This One ~ Visible Just As You Lift The Lid. 


That About Does It For Me This Week In The Studio.  I'm Linking Today With Sweet Jennifer From Studio JRU.  I'm Excited To See What Everyone Else Has Been Up To This Week.  Hope You Love My Newest Creation Sweet Friends.  I'll Be Introducing Them..Along With Some New Soldered Pieces "This Spring" In My Etsy Shop.  Have A Wonderful Weekend Everybody!

                                                         

21 comments:

s.b.lyngo said...

Lovely! I am so pleased to see your work here. Yes loving JRU sneak peek right! As for Bob Marley, I hope you don't mind me leaving this Bob link on your blog comments! What a colorfully delightful cyber space you have here! Give Thanks!
http://somethingblu.wordpress.com/2011/02/06/if-not-for-bobfrom-the-rock/

Joji said...

It turned out lovely. I love your whimsy....Don't you just love when they speak to you and tell you what they want. So much easier than trying to figure it out....Have a wonderful day.

Sue (Someone's Mom) said...

I love the new frock and the idea of tucking a treasure inside...very clever.

Diana by Lagoa Design Studio said...

Oh, darling, so beautiful! You know that I do love your Girls:))

Have a wonderful weekend!
Diana

Jen said...

These are wonderful. I love it when the art speaks to me -- telling me what to change and what to leave the same.

Cindy said...

I really like the idea of that solder piece inside - there is always a keepsake, even if one hasn't found one of their own yet! And if you attach the soldered piece permanently, it could be a symbol of love, or of one's own spirit - things that are never lost, even if we are not aware of their presence quite yet! Beautiful as always!

Blessings,
Cindy

Anamaria said...

Your girls are so lovely!and your work have a well-defined personality,strong and unique. Hugs from Brasil

Jennifer @ Studio JRU said...

Beautiful! They are so sweet. I love the dots in the background. LOVE the solder piece inside. Perfect!

Dawn said...

Love the colors, your girls, and the dresses - brings such a smile to my face! Have a gorgeous weekend Terri!

Diana said...

I love the pink background for the girls and how your thinking outside the box...Oh, I made a funny. Interesting idea...adding the soldered piece.

Elizabeth said...

Oh Terri, so beautiful.. Those ladies and those dresses....I love it! I enjoyed so much coming to your blog. Love the colors...the happiness! Congratulations!

priti.lisa said...

Phenominal. I love the bright, bright colors and the groups of three girls...reminds me of me and my sisters. I'm with ya on wood, always my favorite canvas :)
Happy weekend, lovey <3
xox

sonyamacdesigns said...

I love all you do with the girls, their frocks and their hats ... they might ALSO ... make great secret papers dolls to enclose or share ... just a thought!

Diane said...

Oh My Goodness!! I...LOVE...THEM!!
And...I also want to tell you how much I enjoyed your interview with Diana--such an interesting background you have!

vivian said...

HI Terri, gosh havent been by in a while.. I must have lost your link when I deleted my whole blog list a while back! anyways great to see you and to see the sweet projects youve been working on. now, I've got to go hit the followers button so I dont lose you again!
happy sunday
vivian

Tanna at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

Oh, Terri! Your Girls are have a fabulous sense of style!! They are so lovely! Could your soldered cross be a pendant? A ribbon or leather or lace "chain"?? They are so beautiful!! I love them!

Thank you so much for your encouraging words with my watercolor. That means so much coming from someone whose art is phenomenal. You are so very kind. Thank you again. Hugs and best wishes for a beautiful, artful week!! Tanna

Kelly Berkey said...

hello sweet terri, i so loved your finished piece! the bright back ground is so adorable!!
loved your interview with diana!! i'm going to post it on my blog to get more people over to read you!!
have a lovely day my sweet friend. life has been a bit busy for me, but know i am thinking about you!
kelly

Jenny Lee Wentworth said...

Hello Terri:)

I love your ladies! The colors, the personality...Beautiful! You have so much talent♥
Wishing you a happy week!
Love, Jenny

Faith, Trust, and a Little Pixie Dust said...

Hello Blog Friend, Thanks for letting me know about the spotlight on Diana's blog. I surely enjoyed getting to know you better. Let's go to lunch! Oh, I guess that's not possible since you are in Georgia & I'm in Utah! :D Anyway, it was so fun to hear about your journey SO FAR & I'm excited to see you make your other dreams come true. Hugs to your dear little Mama. I know that's a difficult thing. Warmly & With Love, Michelle

Diana said...

Dear Friend, Thank you so much for letting me talk you into being interviewed over at my blog. I am truly grateful and loved getting to know you better. I love your talent and warm heart. xoxox Diana

Robin said...

Wow this is so beautiful...colorful and vibrant...Great work..!!