My artful life.
Lovelovelove this one -- as you know, I'm a TCM addict and instead of anyone today Norma Shearer is my favorite actress (she retired in the early 40's after being offered both Scarlett O'Hara and Mrs. Miniver and turning both down). I love the history of this period. My dad was born in '27 and one of his aunts was a bonafide flapper who came to no good. Lots of great true stories there! You did a fab job of recapturing the feel and the mood, bravo! xoxo
Love it more every time I see your additions.
Just love this especially the cat's meow!
What a wonderful book!
Oh my gosh....this fabric books is gorgeous! LOVE all the little touches of the stitches. Make me want to brush my hands over all the textures. GORGEOUS!
I LOVE this, both the idea of a fabric book and all the 'ingredients'! Reminds me of a project I did at college, it was a textile piece, so I made the sketch book from fabric and stitched all the text for it - I'd completely forgotten about that til now!x
Wowza! Your pages are the cat's pajamas....or maybe the bee's knees. And NO, I am NOT THAT old, but I do love those old movies.xoxo
Oh I love love LOVE this!!!
I love this era!Have you watched Midnight in Paris yet?I hear it is quite good, and time travels to Paris in the 1920s.I am planning on watching it later this afternoon.
love everything. gorgeous colors and textures. love the crinkly paper. love the era too. Just saw Veronica Lake and Brian Donlevy. love those old movies. thanks for the treat.
So very pretty. I am in awe!
Oh my gosh, that is just incredible, Teri!
This is so amazing! Love the them, the presentation, everything! Very cool!
Congratulations for your hand-works!!
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