Tuesday, February 10, 2009

New Transfers

Since I tend to do a lot of female pictures, I decided to throw in one of my favorite males. This is my son 40 years ago. I always loved this pic with our little dog, Brandy in the background. He will be 44 years old this November.
The second pic is a Ziegfeld girl.
I concentrate more on female pictures because of my backgrounds. I love large colorful flowers & a lot of things that don't seem to sit well with a male image.
These are both Sheer Heaven transfers.

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9 comments:

Diana Evans said...

Hi Diane...you have been busy with some wonderful new art!!! these look amazing...

Sharon said...

Diane,
I love your work!This one of your son is adorable, whoever took the photo got such a great shot!

And my usual question is, is the background one image?

I am struggling with trying to finish a collage about my mother but the composition just isn't coming together. I may just start over!

Mar said...

your transfers turn out fabulous!

marianne said...

i love the numbers background on your son- very fun. where do you find your female figures? i have sort of a half formed idea in my brain that needs a female figure..

Jenxo said...

Both of these are gorgeous Diane.
funny how my baby photos are now vintage too....jenxo

Tweedles -- that's me... said...

Hi Diane
My moms love your creativity! You are amazing at what you do- and you make everything look so fun!
We would like to go to summer camp at your house and do crafts and play! You are inspiring my mama's.
love to you
tweedles

Gaby Bee said...

Both cards are fantastic. Love the images.
Gaby xo

minnie said...

diane, love love love the one of your son.....i tell you......i will be commissioning you soon....

Heather Robinson said...

Oh I love that you used male images because like you I use mainly female. Love the little fellow on the left...what a delightful photo and a wonderful use of transfers.