Thursday, October 14, 2010

Decoupaged Ukelele

Good Morning! When we visited the diRosa Preserve in Napa last year a ukelele on their wall caught my eye. My recollection of this piece was that it was decoupaged but as I look back at some pictures now I think it was done with mosaic rather than paper.
Well.......that means I do a 2nd ukelele! The next one will be done in mosaics.
Nonetheless, I am quite happy with this little creation. It's very colorful, as I like things to be & I hope you all enjoy it.
I do have to mention how heart warming it was watching all the Chilean miners being rescued yesterday. One of the most amazing things I have ever witnessed.
Happy Thursday to you all!







11 comments:

Roxy Ann LaRue said...

Wow this turned out great I can only imagine how beautiful a mosacic one will look.

Orion Designs said...

What a great idea -- I love how it turned out. Will you hang it on the wall for display?

The Chilean miner rescue was amazingly heart warming indeed!

Butterfly Works said...

Diane, what a clever idea...it turned out wonderfuly...It's georgeous...what are you going to do with it?

Diane said...

I believe I will hang the ukelele or lay it across a shelf on the wall. I am not sure yet.

julia said...

I love it! Gordeous!
Next time you're in town, I want to take you to a little gallery in Edmonds that has a beautiful collection of mosaic instruments. You'll love them!

Lisa said...

Just wonderful Diane : )

Dianne said...

How cool is that!

Nancy McCarroll - Arts, Crafts and Favorites said...

Pretty uke!!! Makes me smile.

marianne said...

what a great idea- and i love the way it turned out- beautiful!

Kat's World said...

Wow...how beautiful is this - VERY! You have many talents! The colors are gorgeous and I just love it!
Kathleen

Tweedles -- that's me said...

Sweet Diane
I can feel all the smiles on the faces of the peoples as they look at your art work.
You touch so many with all the creations that you do.
This is so beautiful, and it reminds me of your spirit,,,,
that keeps on creating..day after day- and teaching us how fun it is to play.
love
tweedles