Wednesday, October 5, 2011

The Three Muses Challenge - Bottles and Jars

The face and arms are from Flickr-free-to-use images, bodies by me.  Seat and net Googled.  Frame Scrapbookgraphics Studio Girls.  Background by Fiddlette at Catscraps and words filched from "Catch a falling star".

24 comments:

  1. Have you been sipping the cooking sherry again Marie...pickled pixies indeed...still it is funny and you did do a marvelous job bottling them up. Perfectly posted pickled pixies my dear!!!

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  2. Who'd have thought pickling spices would include a park bench! I love your pickled pixies, Marie, and you've used my favorite frame, except in white, which makes it look altogether different. Your background is "lufferly"!

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  3. Yes I will have some pickled pixies, it must be the WA water, great image Marie.

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  4. Pickled Pixies give me giggles.


    Paulette

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  5. And then shake it Marie ??
    Just kidding. It's again too late overhere and sitting alone in the middle of the night at my pc I become now and then a little mad. hihi.
    BUT !!!... really is love this setting ! Only YOU can make this with a winky quote added.
    It made me smile.

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  6. Marie. your art piece really speaks to me...it is gorgeous! I have so many of those bottles, and I am a Pixie....really!! I belong to a Canadian Gems group of ladies and our group is called the "Purple Pixies". Love your artwork, beautiful!

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  7. Pickled Pixies ...now that is really something different.....amazing I love this..xx

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  8. A pretty pair of pickled pixies, Marie, you made me smile & repeating the tongue twister, superb take on the theme!
    new Judy? no, not me in the bottle, from an ad for anti-depressants!!)

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  9. Ingenious, Marie! Love your little pickled pixies and they look right at home in their pickling jar :)

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  10. Thanks so much for following my new blog, Marie...big hugs, Gayle.

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  11. This very pixie is kinda special for me too. When I became interested in digital collages and discover The Three Muses, one of the images I saved for inspiration (and learning) was your Don't Be Afraid of Heights piece, where this poor lovely girl made her debut with another set of wings! Thank you so much for inspiring me.

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  12. So cute! I would love some pickled pixies! (Not to eat, of course.)

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  13. This is lovely. All those layers too!

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  14. Oooooh! Marie! I felt in love with your image and your spirit!
    Marvellous pickled pixies! Bravo!!

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  15. Your Pickled Pixies are really sweet. penny

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  16. I love the idea of Pickled Pixies and you've done it so well. Fantastic Marie.xx

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  17. This is so much fun Marie!!! Made me smile - so cute!

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  18. What a fun piece of art, Marie! Pickled Pixies! Only you could come up with such a thought. This is really adorable.

    Google shaving cream marbled paper and see what you come up with. I'm pretty sure any kind of paint or ink or even food coloring (which I have used) would work. It's fun but really messy. Use lots of newspapers under the pans and to place the completed papers on.

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  19. What a wonderful job you did with this theme,Marie! Did Peter Piper pick these pickled pixies? Love the background, borders, pixies...well everything! Oh, and I am now stuck humming that tune for the rest of the day!

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  20. Pickled onions, pickled betroot, pickled eggs even, but I never did see a recipe for pickled pixies. I'll have one of what you're having, Marie. Tee hee a brilliant piece of whimsy.

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  21. Wonderful, Marie. But they look so cold! Have you been keeping them in the fridge?

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  22. LOL, love their striped stockings.

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  23. Pickled Pixies! I agree with grannie! These are the cutest pixies in a bottle I have ever seen! You did a really great job Love them!!!!!!

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  24. Your pickled pixies look fantastic, great idea.

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