Friday, August 26, 2011

Another Fabric Heart and a GIVEAWAY!!

I just had to make a 3rd fabric heart (if you're interested in seeing the others #1 is HERE and #2 is HERE) - it's so much fun to lay out lace, ribbons and trims and create a beautiful background for my TAP transferred image - I think it all goes along well with her dress. The photo is of Pauline Frederick and is captioned "The Girl in White". It's been too long since I've held a giveaway and I think Pauline would like to do some traveling and see the world. What would your area of the world have to offer Miss Pauline? Leave me a comment making sure I have a way to contact you if you win and next Friday I'll randomly draw a name and send her to you!

11 comments:

Wax Beach Artist said...

Miss Pauline would enjoy some great Florida sunshine and our beautiful Emerald Coast!

Paula Jane Atkinson said...

Beautiful piece, Penny.

Elaine A said...

Penny -

This is so beautiful, as are your other versions! I can't get over how well the image looks on the fabric. I love this piece, so very pretty.

Elaine Allen
v e allen 6 at optonline dot net

2amscrapper said...

Be still my heart--your white fabric hearts are so beautiful!

Anne said...

These white hearts are lovely, Penny! Miss Pauline would not have far to travel were I to win her! Your blog is inspiring me to do something a bit more creative with my own blog. Think I should start posting more of my own work there. Thanks for the inspiration I always get from you! Anne (yourmainestamper)

lynne said...

Penny, what can I say except breathtaking.
If Miss Pauline were to travel to my part of the world, she would of course re re-united with her old friend, The Fair Maid.
Wishes and thank you for offering such a stunning Giveaway.
Lynne

trisha too said...

She is charming, indeed--we could offer her the rustic life here at home, however, if she's in the mood for the symphony, theatre, or an art gallery or two, we're not far from those, either!

:)

Debbie K. said...

Lovely piece, Penny! Miss Pauline would have the peace and quiet of small town living here in Wisconsin:) Thanks for the chance to win such a treasure.

JeanFB said...

This is just stunning, Penny! I adore the vintage creams and whites. Miss Pauline would find herself traveling in between volleyball and ice hockey practices here, LOL! Hmmmmm, maybe I'd have to leave her at home, pondering my husband's great-aunt's china while hanging from her vintage china cabinet. Thanks for a chance at winning this wonderful piece of artwork. :)

Createology said...

Your fabric heart is beautiful and I adore all the details you have included. Blissful week to you...

debbig said...

She looks like from the Victorian Era. Thinks she would love Illinois with all the Lincoln history. Come visit Miss Pauline!
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