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Saturday, August 7, 2010

Chestnut Theme challenge #65

The folks over at Gingersnap Creations have provided us inspiration with the Great painters/Paintings of the world. 

The ATC on the left is from two paintings of flowers by Renoir (we don't need a first name, do we?)
and the one on the right is of a little girl by Emile Munier.  It's worth noting that the only part of the Emile's painting that I used is the little girl.
Classics, doncha think?
If you go over to Gingersnap Creations, you'll see lots more work by the masters.
Both past and current.  ;-)


  1. Fantastic ATC's Electra! The little girl is adoreable.
    kim x

  2. These are so fun!! I love the idea of plucking out a piece of a famous painting and making your own creation around it. Love these! Thanks for playing along at Gingersnap!

  3. Your ATCs are fab, love the way you used the old pieces from paintings.

  4. These are both so clever. Love them.

  5. Love your ATC's for the GC challenge. They are both beautiful!

  6. these are both gorgeous and fun. love it.

  7. Absolutely gorgeous! Fab way to use a piece of a famous painting!



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