Thursday, July 8, 2010

Something Borrowed

The theme this week over at Mixed Media Monday is something borrowed so I am posting a borrowed piece of Art. This little doll is called "Here's my heart" and it was created by one of my students. She has it listed in her Etsy shop. Since she has so many grandchildren she worried that they might damage her so she asked if she could leave it in my studio until it sells... As much as I hope she sells to encourage my student and friend..I have to say I will be sick when she does as I have come to love her so much... I just might buy her myself if she doesn't sell soon :)

Here is my heart

13 comments:

Willy said...

What a wonderful doll!

Yvonne said...

WOW, that is one gorgeous doll!

Jann said...

She's just fantastic!!!!

Kristin said...

Isn't that beautiful!! I wouldn't want to give it up either! Thank you for your sweet comment and continued inspiration, Kristin xo

peggy gatto said...

isn't she just charming!!!!!!

Sue said...

Oh, she is indeed special! If I had more $'s in my pp a/c I would definitely purchase her.

Thanks for the link to her shop.

Sue:)

Carolyn said...

Inka, this was my favorite and I can see why you would want to keep her. She is so precious.

Martina2801 said...

I would like to say I adore your fabulous creative work, Inka!

Cindy Adkins said...

Oh this is lovely, Inka...wow!

Today thru Sunday, I'm having a link event on my blog. It's at: http://Ioweitalltohim.blogspot.com

If you'd like to link up your inspirational place, we'd love to see it...No need to make anything, so easy peasy.

Have a great weekend!
Hugs,
Cindy

Missantrhopics said...

What a great looking doll!

Fabric Art said...

Inka you have taught your students very well, the doll is fantastic and so beautiful.
Anni

Diane said...

Oh, my goodness, Inka! What an absolutely adorable doll! No wonder you want to keep her :-) Please tell your student that she is very talented! Diane

Rosie said...

Such a pretty doll, in the non-traditional sense... I can completely understand why you'd buy her yourself!
Thanks for sharing those vintage labels... I have a few bottles I could use them on at some time in the future!!!