Wednesday, December 19, 2007

WS - Light

This weeks theme at WS is light. Here is my take on the theme and maybe we're going a little 'outside' the square here with my canvas -




Ok so I made this canvas last night for our toilet or throne room or whatever you like to call it. I think in the US they call it the bathroom??? Anyway I have made "light" of the situation (being the toilet) and have also used a "light" background..... cheeky I know.... The stamping is on the chipboard letters and on one of the houses. The houses are Collections and the background (which I just can't get enough of at the moment) is a technique learned from Viv Bonder.

Thanks for looking :-)

22 comments:

  1. Fab work. Happy Christmas

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  2. Hermine11:37 PM

    Its gorgeous. Wishing you a merry Christmas and a Happy newyear.

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  3. Very cool piece of art.

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  4. Well I for one think you have done a terrific job with this challenge. I love your thinking out of the box. Happy Holidays

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  5. Wonderful! Love the houses.

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  6. Fabulous!
    Merry Christmas!

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  7. ~*~ Patty12:48 PM

    Lots of fun, very original. Outside the box is good!!!
    Brightest of Blessings to you and yours!

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  8. Gorgeous work, Nat! Wish you a Merry Christmas!

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  9. wonderful work!

    Happy Holidays to you!

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  10. How very appropriate for the "throne room" Nat! Isn't it amazing what one can do with Julie's little houses? lol

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  11. This is really gorgeous!
    Merry Christmas

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  12. Fabulous work!
    Happy holidays to you!

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  13. Wonderful Nat - I bet you find visitors spend longer in the 'loo' as they enjoy this art work.

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  14. Nice work! In America (Canada and USA) it can be called bathroom (because it's in the same room as the bath) or restroom (don't know if people actually rest in them).
    I still call our toilet "bathroom" sometimes, which gets me "you mean TOILET MUMMY!"... I'm going to check that book by Karen Michel out to find out more about the background!

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  15. Hooray! How original! And so many humorous layers of meaning it has *giggles* as well as being a lovely work of art!

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  16. Very specky miss Natty.Such a scrummy background too. Luv ya stuff girlie

    Prawnie xxx

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  17. Very Cool Nat I love it
    Jen
    PS Merry Christmas to you and yours

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  18. Really great work here, it`s cool!

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  19. Beautiful Nat and quirky too!

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  20. Love your throne room, and your no.1 dd is beautiful x
    all the best xxx

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