Tuesday, April 26, 2016

The Creative Spark


I am at it once again,
digging into the deepest corners of my studio,
looking for inspiration.

This is what came out of such a expedition.

I love this shrine,
it is perfect for displaying a small treasure.

I thought about covering the cigar box with more vintage papers,
but thought that it was fun to keep the history in plain view.

What do you think,
yay or nay?

I am joining:

I have to give a great big thank you to Wen
for featuring my post
and the lovely things she had to say
about my return to blogland.
Your kind heart touched mine.

Also joining:

Wishing you all a lovely Tuesday,
Kim





9 comments:

Createology said...

Welcome Kim Dear. I love your little shrine and that frame is fantastic. Embracing Simply Neutrals Bliss...

Dorthe said...

Dear Kim,
We are many ,being so happy to see you back, here, and I`m one of them, which you also know :-)
The frame is gorgeous, and it was fun you did not cover up the box, but let it tell is story. What a beautiful shrine, now, the lady inside is so lovely ,too.
Sending you hugs and love
Dorthe, xx

Roosterhead Designs said...

This is sooo lovely Kim! And very clever too~
I am always looking for new ideas and this is very creative
and beautiful.
I simply LoVe that paper on the inside of the box! and would like
to see it covering the outside as well : J (since you asked! lol)
But either way tells a great story Kim. Hope you have a nice
rest of the week. Karen O

Lisa Isabella Russo said...

Oh it is beautiful! I love it!

Lace Age Girl said...

Oh Kim, welcome back to Blogland! Your shrine is so perfect for displaying special items. What a great use for old frames that people don't seem to want any more. I'm looking forward to seeing more of your gorgeous artworks...
Hugs,
Jesse XXX

Judys Lace Creations said...

What a gorgeously ornate frame. How lovely to make this into a little shrine.I like to see imperfections, so like the idea of the box showing it's history.So much of life is about "appearances", love that little pek into the shrine's history!!

Karen B. said...

Dear Kim,
it's a yay from me. Very lovely and love that you have left the box as is.
Many hugs.
Karen B. ~ Todolwen

Wen Green said...

Hello sweetie, I am so happy to see you creating! And you're so welcome, great to see you linking up again. Your shrine is gorgeous, such a beautiful way to display and such a great idea with the box added to the frame. Hmm, I do have a beautiful frame left... :) Hugs to you, xx

Susanne Talbot said...

This is darling!!

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