Friday, June 1, 2007

Gypsy says: Look what they made....

These are a few of the great things that fellow bloggers created this last week, that I loved...as always....it is not nearly all of them, but enjoy so long.....
Andrea Singarella, created this lovely inspiration board.......just the frame I`m looking for , for my own board....I loved it!!!
Dede, from Dream,Create, Share, made this album from an old record album, she picked up at a flea market........

Mica, from Garb-oodles Soup, made Anne...The Royal Cherrie...isn`t she beautiful....


Holly, from HollyDoodleDesigns, made these two stunning crowns.....

Look what Michelle did with an assortment of wooden blocks.....wow.......this lady always inspires me.....thanks Michelle, for all the great ideas and tutorials.....

Brenda Walton and her group of talented crafter friends, made this fabulous bottles......have a look ...there`s more......


Anahata Katkin and 16 other artists, worked together on the theme of Marie Antoinette, inspired by the recent movie and all it's wonderful, opulent imagery. Anahata and Lynne Perrella organized a little zine for the participating artist, and these are some of Anahata`s pages.......

45 comments:

She Who Flies said...

Thanks again for sharing all that eye-candy! I had already feasted my eyes on some of them during the week, but I always come across a new blog and/or artist here :-) I love The Royal Cherry! And wouldn't you love to get your hands on that Marie Antoinette zine!!!

Also, I hope you received the email I sent you yesterday. If not, let me know (I'm not sure if I have the correct email addy for you).

stilettoheights said...

I love those Marie pages...BUT.those blocks by Michelle Ward are by fat the most beautiful things I have seen in quite some time!!!

Felicia said...

What beautiful inspiration!

radiogirl said...

An incredible collection of creations. Your whole blog is eye-candy!

- Alison

Elizabeth said...

oh my goodness what a delightful visit - I scrolled, drooled, scrolled, drooled and scrolled some more - and I'll be back soon - thank you for sharing all these yummies

xox - eb.

Bronwyn said...

Love anahata's work - beautiful roundup. have a fab weekend

Mica said...

thank you for the mention of my Royal Cherrie Anne Dolly. I love the others you posted....time to so shoppin'. You are a sweet!@!! Thanks. see ya later.

Mica

carolyn said...

I have to visit you when I have more time on my hands you always have the most amazing links and I get lost for hours. Thankyou for finding us such treasures to peruse.

Southern Heart said...

Wow...such beautiful creations! There are so many talented and creative people in the blogworld, and I'm so glad that you share all of your creative finds with us!

Andrea

the feathered nest said...

I wouldn't even be able to pick a favorite one, they're all so amazing. Thanks for sharing these links. I always look forward to these posts!

Manuela

tlc illustration said...

I especially love that 'inspiration board.' I have one that I use for that purpose - but it is not nearly so prettily put together - and quickly gets very crowded with goodies... I may re-think my whole approach... hmmm....

tongue in cheek said...

I could hang on your coat tails everyday, you take us to the "bestest" of places!

Bonnie said...

Hi Chamara, thanks for all the eye-candy. wow, so much to look at!! So many links..so little time...Thanks for sharing all of this....Have a great day!

Pamela Jane said...

You are such an adventurer, going to all the nicest places and leaving a colorful trail for us to follow! I'm charmed that you included my blog on your paper trail -- I'll try to live up to your encouragement.

Izabella said...

oh my gosh!! I am love with those bottles!!

xo!!! Bella

the butterfly collector said...

everything is beautiful! What a great idea with the record cover, loved the marie A zine and those blocks are divine!

fee un voeu said...

So pretty... I love the magical crowns and the
bottles !

Di Overton said...

I have just promised myself an hour or so to go to these links - they look fabulous. You are a great link advisor you know?

FrenchGardenHouse said...

oh, my, each and every one is fabulous! I love the inspiration board, but then, Andrea and I posted our "twins" on the same day. (we are secretly twins, I think, except I suspect she is way younger than me!) (see http://littlefrenchgardenhouse.blogspot.com/2007/05/inspiration-board.html)

The Marie Antoinette imagery is stunning, I will try not to come back all day today to view them over and over. They are gorgeous! Thanks for the fabulous eye-candy!

Kahshe Cottager said...

What a group of talented people and what beautiful things they have created! Thanks for sharing!!!

lila said...

That royal cherrie is especially intriguing...maybe paper mache?
thanks for posting all these interesting things!

Vanessa V said...

My mouth is wide open. I am smitten by it all! Anahata is amazing!

I have been out of town and have to catch up! xxo

cruststation said...

My goodness, I don't know why I haven't visited before...this is just one eye-candy filled post and a very gorgeous blog you have here. Will be coming back!

ParisBreakfasts said...

These are just wonderful!
I look up at my "inspiration board" and I see exercises I should be doing in front of the computer..Hmmm

Helle Greer said...

What a treat, simply love everything Marie Antoinette.
thanks for sharing.
I have a Give Away on my blog this week ;)
helle

see you there! said...

I think I'll just elect you my new blog editor. You find all the yummy ones.

With this post of yours, I have enough to keep me entertained the rest of the day.

Darla

Rochambeau said...

All Beautiful!

carlene federer said...

all so pretty! Thanx for sharing the love, lol!

Jes said...

They are all wonderous gifts, but I have to say I especially adore "Anne"!!!

Merisi said...

What creativity, I bow deeply in front of all these artists.
I am sure it must have been Anne, who presided over the creating of the Cherry Strudel, I ate yesterday at Demel's. It was not as pretty to look at as her, but the taste, heavenly. :-)

Anna said...

I love those gorgeous bottles they created!!! Thanks for sharing!
XO
Anna

kristin said...

Merci pour les visites, j'ai particulièrement aimé les créations de Brenda et d'Andréa qui font travailler mon imaginaire !

Blame It on Paris said...

I've been looking through the last few posts, and what people have produced is amazing!! Thanks for collecting these and sharing, Gypsy Purple.

I have a wonderful story to tell you, it made me think of you right away when it happened. But I am EXHAUSTED, since we just got back last night. I will tell it in a few days, once I get my rhythm back. L)

moderncountry said...

Amazing! I really loved the first inspiration board!! So much inspirations that gets me motivated to make thing myself. Thanks for sharing!

Maryam in Marrakesh said...

Love the Anahata images and the bottles, esp!

suzanne said...

Lovely board.

Debbie Egizio said...

These are all so lovely and inspiring!

Clara said...

Your blog is beautiful and gives me so much inspiration!!!
Thank you and have a nice summer!!!

stéphanie said...

i love all your findings your blog is a treasure!

Merisi said...

Me, looking for new treasures, still liking the olde ones, but wondering where you are at. Scouting?
Hello from Vienna
(had myself hardly time to post this week, even though I got tons of new photos *g*)!

la fée coquette said...

Votre blog est un vrai régal...Merci de nous faire découvrir tous ces talents incroyables !

casapinka said...

Wow, I feel so inpsired by all the wonderful things these women are doing.

Vicki C said...

I could just scroll up and down your blog 10 times... everything is just BEAUTIFUL!! Thankyou so much for sharing all these amazing things. Total eye candy from begining to end!

paris parfait said...

Such fantastic and inspiring things - the blocks are really interesting. xo

Lisa Kaus said...

Your blog is simply amazing!!! Incredible eye candy- Thanks for including me from time to time--
a toast!!

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