Monday, January 12, 2009

Dorothy's Dream




Well here it is...I hope you can see my vision. Dorothy and Toto caught up in the twister before landing in OZ. Red crystals representing the fire balls the witch throws around and the blue and white checked gingham dress she wore. I felted my fabric so the details of the checks don't really show. On the back side of Dorthy's picture is the letter "D " for Dorthy or her dream . I tried to keep everything twisting and turning . Can you see my idea?
Scroll down to original post to join this challenge, I am hoping see more participants in the future. Thanks for coming by and let me know when you post YOUR "Dorthy's Dream".

8 comments:

diane said...

Very nice Stephani! What a clever idea...I do see the tornado carrying Toto up into the clouds!
xoxox

Tammy's Treasure Chest said...

It's awesome, Stephani!

Kim said...

Hiya - I see we have similiar interests , *G*.
Great job conveying Dorothy , Toto and the twister! Did you use steel , or LOS some silver?

Brenda Seaholm-Wampler said...

She's beautiful! Man, you put the bar high!

Brenda Seaholm-Wampler said...

I finished mine! Posted to my blog! Can't wait for next month!

MaygreenFairies said...

Hi Stephani,
Thank you so much for visiting my blog and leaving such a lovely comment. I'm so glad I found you... Your site is wonderful, stunning jewellery. I shall return.
Mandy x

La Donna Welter said...

Thank you for your "Get Well Wishes"! I am feeling so much better! : )

Ronna said...

Hi Stephani,
What exactly is this Wizard of Oz challenge? I am in a group where we make charms and our next theme is the Wizard of Oz. Just curious what your challenge is about. Thank you!

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