Monday, June 24, 2013

Determined to Fly - SOC3 week 3

I enjoyed letting go and making last weeks winged girl so much, I decided to make another one this week before my short attention span kicks in. This week's winning colors were lime green and purple.  I used basically the same process, although I did catch myself getting more perfectionisty (if it's not a word, it should be), and would have to try and stop myself.  This week's girl is a little more confident about trying to fly with her (encaustic wax) wings, because her butterfly friend is whispering advice in her ear...


 

25 comments:

  1. Perfectionisty is my new favourite word and I will aim to use it every day for the rest of the week :)

    I'm loving your winged girl with a determination to fly. She has such a cool face, I'm assuming you painted it? How lovely to have a butterfly bff, who must, surely, be giving her flying technique advice :)

    x

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  2. So darned cute - again!!! I'm lovin' your SOC creations, very cool!

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  3. This is so touching and expressive! You have such a lovely style with these girls and their wings. Love them. I really like your blog header, too! So nice to meet you and celebrate Summer in Color!!! Kath

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  4. I especially love her sneakers :)

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  5. Another lovely winged girl, don't know which one I like best! Lime green is a very tricky colour to use, you have used it so well with your little butterfly.

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  6. So lovely, you've used this colour combination beautifully. Love the the butterfly is whispering advice! Also, I love the word perfectionisty and will be making use of it myself. :)

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  7. Your second wing-girl is so lovely! She's a real cutie.

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  8. Your little girl with wings is so sweet. lovely take on the SOC colors of this week.
    Thank you for stopping by my blog.
    xx

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  9. ahhh, so charming.
    perfect also for this time of year!

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  10. She looks a little apprehensive :) It's a good job she has a butterfly friend.

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  11. I love her especially her beautiful green eyes.

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  12. Oh Terri, this is just beautiful. The face is so expressive and the colours have a lovely softness to them - I LOVE it! Do you think we'll have take-off next week or has the short attention span kicked in - I shall be keen to see!!!

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  13. She is so adorable & graceful!!. I LOVE her green eyes so much. Yes, butterflies are always a girl's best friend :). Beautiful collage!

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  14. Love the mix of different mediums, very inventive and creative! And the little wings and her feet, very adorable! :)

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  15. She is so beautiful with her powerfull expression, dear Terri!
    I love her hair and her clothes from the old paper! This is very charming :) Hugs Erika

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  16. Oh Terri...love what you are doing with the SOC challenge...another fabulous winged girlie...Adore it!!

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  17. And her sensible shoes!!

    This is really lovely. The texture and layering. Fabbo.

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  18. I just love her! Her face is so full of expression.

    I do hope her determination pays off!

    Karen

    I'm sure it must be a word... anyway it is now!

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  19. So, so fabulous. And again the perfect feet :D (I usually hate feet so you've achieved something there!) Love your girls - can't wait to see if you do another this coming week :)

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  20. Love your winged girl. Lots of expression. Her shoes are awesome.:)

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  21. She is adorable!!! How I love her green eyes and her dress...look at her wings and her sweet shoes :) ♥ Conny
    http://piaromsartjournaling.blogspot.de

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  22. I really love the way you combine elements, the whimsical face with the sneakers. GENIUS!!

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  23. She is so beautiful! I love how you created her!!! And your use of this week's colors is amazing!

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  24. Beautiful piece! (And I love the word "perfectionisty"!)

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