Friday, March 19, 2010

Off with their heads!

Off with their heads! Alice in Wonderland pouch

I'm just obsessed with The Red Queen - Here's a beautiful pouch of Alice in Wonderland with all the characters. As you can see The Red Queen rules the show yet again. Though she is a naughty naughty woman, again she has wicked charm which indeed thrills me in a whimsical way. Off with their heads she says, Ha! love it!!
The characters themselves are painted in acrylic and charcoal on canvas. The back of the pouch I added a cooool heart against a black fabric. I thought it would be a beautiful symbol for the painting itself.
Also I made the pouch a slight larger 9 inches tall and 13 inches wide great for pencils, a journal book, cell phone, brushes, a brush, money or even a small paint set.
It's almost the weekend and I want you all to have a fun time, whether be strolling through the park with a friend, home in your studio creating wonderful art, hanging out with family and friends or just sitting somewhere quiet taking in the sun and watching how slowly everything is blossoming including yourself. I'm going to a pot lock - that means I have some cooking to do which I love cooking. I might just make hummus and a shrimp salad with avocado and red onions, yum!
So guys, have a gorgeous day!!!!


  1. I love the pouch. Excellent work and the salad sounds divine. Enjoy and have a great weekend.

  2. Oh my gosh, these pouches you make are wonderful!!!

  3. She definately is a wicked lady (in a whimsical, funny way)...another gorgeous pouch and I love the fabrics you are using.

    Yumbo...wish I was eating with you today.

    Jacky xox

  4. Wow!!This is the best, I love it!!! Wonderful composition and colors :)
    Un abrazo!

  5. Do YOU ever rest! You must be painting in your sleep! LOL! LOVE EVERYTHING as always!
    You are just too cool!
    Have a wonderful weekend!
    XOXO - Cindi


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