Sunday, June 14, 2009

Sugar plum fairy





This weekend my sister Lorrie is here for our "play" weekend. I cannot  wait to reveal what  she has done. She is working on a grouping  of 3, a first in a  series. Hopefully the group will be done before she leaves on Tuesday morning and I can post the finished group all together. They are simply gorgeous   . Go to her blog at Lilylovekin for a teaser. But until then all you  get to see is  what I have done. They are altered fruits that I have made  into Christmas ornaments I gave  them names too "The Sugar Plum Fairy", "White queen cherries" ," Gold and Cranberries" and " Ice on Strawberries"

19 comments:

paperbird said...

I did not see this earlier- I am glad that I came back because this is so dang cute. I love it!

stregata said...

These are just wickedly cute, Julie! So whimsical, I love them!

sharon said...

These are outrageous Julie, I am in love with your pieces! I am also falling in love with the piece your sister has on her blog, and requested a trade of sorts, but didn't realize till now it was part of a series. Anyway, you are both fantastic! This is so weird. I picked up an issue of Somerset Studio Paper and Mixed Media , May/June for the first time because I have been gathering things to try mixed media.....and there you are this morning...in the mag!! I'm off to read the article now and then to work!! Just fantastic ladies!

Caryn Lynn said...

How lucky are you to have such a creative sister to have these play dates. Have fun together!

Kristin said...

It must be lovely to have a talented sister to create with! I love these Sugar Plum fairies!!! So cute!

Jamie said...

All we get? These are BEAUTIFUL and so sweet! I wish I could be a fly on the wall during your play weekends. Your sister's work is equally as wonderful. It is not fair to have so much talent in one family;) Love, Jamie

Elena Lai Etcheverry said...

these are great! sooo creative!

susanc said...

I love these Julie! Very creative. It must be great having someone special to create with, and better yet, your sister!

hint said...

what fun! I love sugar plum fairies :)

Beth Anderson said...

I just adore these Julie!

Cottage Rose said...

Hello Julie; How cute and sweet looking they are. I love the names you gave them.... great job.. sounds like you and your sister are having a blast... how great that is.

Hugs;
Alaura

TUTU Monkey said...

oh my.....just too cute!!!!!

barb said...

Love it Love it Love it Barb

Karen said...

Love these!! You come up w/the cutest ideas!! Love the new class at Frenzy too!!

mosaicqueen said...

Can you hear me squeeeeeeeeling with delight????!!!! I LOVE these!!!
Are they in your Etsy?? Must check.

julie king said...

these are too, too adorable!! i'm off to check out your etsy and also your sister's!!

Just call me Silly Sal said...

Absolutely darling. It was nice to meet you and your sister at Sand Castle Siren's vendor sale at Jane's.

In your blog you mention your dear sister Lorie, but when I went to the link of Lily Lovekin, I don't think it was your sister. Where do I find her blog?

The Lily Lovekin blog was wonderful also.

Nancy said...

I love these Julie....so darn cute! It's always a thrill to see what new creation you have come up with. I would love to make these in a class!!
Nancy

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