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Tuesday, 7 August 2012

With Apologies To Leo

Von over at Artful Times has chosen Mona as the theme this fortnight. I must be the only person alive who has not got the Tim Holtz Mona stamp, but I DO have the Cherry Pie ! 
My Mona has been given a touch of the Andy Warhol's, and yes it is this bright in real life 'cos its been coloured with Pan Pastels (and so have I) lol. Very basic stamping, 
colouring and sticking here but this was such fun to do.  I must admit that I was a little heavy handed with the lippy - I've not seen so much since the dog got hold of my Mum's make up bag, but that's another story :o)

Thanks very much for looking and for your support over the last week. It means such a lot to know what lovely people are out there in blogland. 
Pop across to Artful Times and see the fabulous examples over there x

11 comments:

  1. Hey Sue, they look fabulous!!! Great to see how the stamp's been used in a different way and love, love, love those pan pastel colours!!!

    Great to have you back in blogland and looking forward to your first Stampotique DT piece, does it showcase tomorrow or are you on the following weeks team?

    Sam xxx

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  2. Your not alone, i haven't got that set either LOL

    Love your Pop Art treatment of the Icon a little lippy suits her XOXO Zoe

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  3. Just fab Sue such viberant colours :)you've done Andy pround and as for the lippy maybe she was a tart at heart tehe
    Thanks for sharing with us at Artful Times
    Von ♥

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  4. Love your Warholistic Mona - great idea! Valerie

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  5. Wow! I don't think Leonardo would mind at all... creativity run wild, and it's fabulous! And you're not the only person without that stamp - I haven't got ML at all yet, in any form! Just loving those colours...
    Alison x

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  6. Just love this Sue and the colours are terrific.

    I haven't got a Mona stamp at all so you are one up on me.

    Love Chrissie xxxx

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  7. Just artistic license there :-) looks great. Love the idea :-)
    Best wishes, Suzanne

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  8. Love the Warhol look ;)
    xoxo Sioux

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  9. Love your Warhol take on Mona Sue!! I don't have any Mona stamps either so you're not alone!! Love your colours too.
    Juliaxx

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  10. I think both artists would be proud of your creation. Love it!
    A different way to interpret Mona Lisa and absolutely fabulous.
    Thanks for joining us at Artful Times - Hugs, Neet xx

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