Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Got Cake?

Stampington recently put out a call for artists to participate in a Marie Antoinette challenge.
I am freak for Marie. It's the fashion, I know it is. And of course all the Frenchness!
Now I had never ever made a piece before, well probably not since I was in grade school. So I was a little trepidatious. Then I read Sandra Everston who encourages us that what we make does not have be perfect, just beautiful.

Well, that's all I needed to hear. I got out a gluestick and got to work. Now, I don't know if my piece will be published. The magazine will be published in April, 2009. We'll have to wait and see.
In the meantime here's peak. I call it "Got Cake". Marie's motto was "You can never be too rich or too thin." Please excuse my photos. If you doubleclick on the image it should come up a bit larger for your viewing. The project did come out prettier than my pics.


Her Art Nest said...

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Clevelandgirlie said...

Hi Vie, I'm in North Raleigh. I think you said you are in Charlotte???? Did you guys get any snow this week? We got about 7" it was delightful. Thanks for entering my OWOH giveaway. Good luck!

Coralie Cederna Johnson said...

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Anonymous said...

Your project turned out great! Love it! My most favorite paper that I wrote in H.S. was about Marie. We had to pick a famous and misunderstood person and write in the first person, to clarify the misunderstanding. I wrote as Marie to clear up her "Let them each cake!" statement. Was a total hoot!

Du Buh Du Designs said...

This looks fantastic!! Congrats on sending in your work to Stampington:)

Inka said...

Just fabulous! I can only imagine how wonderful it is in real life as it is always so much better than a photo.