Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Triple Trouble-Corrugated, metal and lace.

Hi everyone!
Yvonne here to join in to our Candy's Triple Trouble Theme. 
I LOVED this theme.  As soon as I read the theme this month I was excited to get started.  
Waiting to share was not easy, wink.  
I also want to say that I LOVE what everyone is doing and seeing so many different directions that we go in.  It is amazing to me how the art community is so full of such amazing and diverse artists.  
I know all of us here at Creative Carte Blanche feel so fortunate to have you share you art! 
So, thank you! 
Here is my take on Candy's Triple Trouble theme.  
I thought it was the perfect grouping of materials to create something with a shabby vintage worn feel.  I am quite happy with what it turned into.  
This will be going in bedroom I think...luckily my hubby doesn't care if we have a shabby-chic ish room, hehehe. 
I have more of the details about this project on my blog if you would like to pop over and see it and follow along with my thought process! 
Make sure to scroll down if you haven't visited lately...the Creative Cohorts have been brilliant with their creations! 
And you still have time if you would like to join in ! It really is a fabulous them this month. 
I think you might just be surprised at where it leads you! 
Have a great week and thanks for stopping by! 


33 comments:

  1. Yvonne, this is perfect in every way! It speaks your heart beautifully and the bird cage as the butterfly body is genius! Just beautiful, like you. <3

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    1. awe...thank you Cheryl...you are so dear to me...love you!

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  2. Gorgeous! Love the soft pastels you used with these materials.

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  3. Fabulous and such a wonderful way to use that butterfly!!

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    1. Thank you Astrid..love that butterfly...one of my all time faves! <3

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  4. Oh Yvonne that's brilliant! LOVE the cage in the centre of the butterfly x

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    1. Thank you so much Jenny! You are to sweet...that butterfly is one of my faves ever...can't seem to get enough of it!

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  5. This is just gorgeous, yes that cage!!!

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    1. Well...thank you for your sweet comment!

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  6. Oh I love the direction you too Yvonne, it is so beautifully shabby chic and I bet your hubby will love having it hanging in your bedroom. I LOVE the way you doubled the butterfly! Anne xx

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    1. Thanks Anne! You are so sweet...xx

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  7. So pretty and it confirms your talent - even when not using colors! Love it!

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  8. Gee my earlier comment didn't show up! Yvonne, this piece is absolutely gorgeous! I love the soft feminine colors as well as the composition of the piece! Very clever to use the bird cage in the center of the butterly - I love it and love you!

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    1. Awe...you are so sweet...thank you for always being exactly who you are! I am lucky to have you in my life, love you too!

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  9. Ooh this is beautiful! Love the awesome butterfly and the words are inspirational! (So is your art!) xxx

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  10. This was absolutly beautiful, Yvonne! I love butterflies <3
    Hugs, Anita

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  11. Wowzers! This is so pretty! Off to your blog for details.

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  12. Awesome sauce! That central cage and butterfly are perfectly placed! Stunning details as well. You made the three elements work together so well. I keep tryin but just can't seem to incorporate the lace, and I looked up the definition of ribbon lace.....I will keep trying though. :)

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    1. Don't give up...and just follow your heart...or follow whatever is leading you. Try not to overthink it...sometimes I get caught up in overthinking and if I just let it lead me it always turns out just fine. Thank you for your sweet comments...Going to check and see how you are doing on your Triple Trouble!

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