Monday, July 18, 2005

Detailed Pictures




Central section----some of the larger areas will have silk flowers attached---milagro like charms are now on her cape.

Middle section---button cross, recycled earrings with medallion, harlequin diamonds with the Hoffman Challenge fabric.

Side section---gem stone cross with silver heart, conchos, beads on ribbon trim.

Side section--glass beads and rhinestone studs, glass crosses.

9 comments:

Rian said...

Awesome! Stunning! Colossal! You done good, girl!

Debra Spincic said...

I am still hard at it! Woke up this morning with an idea for a fringe at the bottom & radiating spokes from the top with shells. I'll have to check the size to make sure I can still fit it in--weighing a ton already. I can just see the postage meter clicking away!

Two Madonna Gals said...

It's looking good! I especially like the button cross and the radiating stones from the sides of the squares. I like the flames quilted into the diamonds--hadn't seen that before. Is your hand tired yet? Barbara

jenclair said...

I love the embellishment! More is more...keeps the eye busy searching for surprises. I especially like the way the Hoffman fabric looks like real ribbons encased in little pocket windows.

Debra Spincic said...

Jen, thanks for noticing the Hoffman fabric. I keep worrying that there is not enough of it in the piece.

Debra Spincic said...

Barbara, taking a break today! Mom arrives and I had hoped to be finished but need One More Day. . .Wes saw it last night and his response was, "Holy S*it!" (& the lights were off!!) He said it reminded him of those Mexican sombreros with all the stitching. I guess that is a good thing!

Two Madonna Gals said...

I think the sombrero in the dark is an excellent look.
Barbara

Sonji Hunt said...

Holy Moly, what's going on HERE?!!! Beautiful excess. Deborah Boschert (of Deborah's Journal) told me to look over here. My eyes are HUGE. Such candy. I'm so excited.

Debra Spincic said...

Sonji, thanks! I am definitely getting carried away & liking it!! (which is a little scary!)