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Friday, September 18, 2009

"Pockets"

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This week’s Three Muses challenge was “Pockets.” I’ve been having difficulty coming up with ideas for all of the challenges lately. A Google search uncovered Celebrate national Poem In Your Pocket Day on Thursday, April 29, 2010! which gave me the idea to use a song in a pocket. My piece uses the words and images from Natasha Bedingfield’s song Pocketful Of Sunshine, which has a personal meaning for me.

13 comments:

Yvonne said...

What fabulous idea! I love that song.

LW said...

Very nice, clever idea…
Love all the colorful butterflies…

Louise

Martina2801 said...

Great idea, Anne. I love this song from Natasha Bedingfield. Beautifully created.

Ozstuff said...

Great song and wonderful and unique idea for the theme - a pocketful of sunshine, so beautifully illustrated. Great work, Anne!

Lori Saul said...

What a lovely and creative idea for this challenge Anne- wonderful inspiring song!

indybev said...

I've been waiting for someone to come up with a "pocket full of sunshine" theme for this challenge. Good for you! This is beautifully done, with great color and page design!

Taluula said...

Anne this is beautiful and unique and so full of joy with so many sunny colours and the butterflies, and that wonderful song. Love that you've put in a pocket too. Scrumptious piece.

José said...

Great idea! Beautiful piece of work.

Judy said...

Yes, I had trouble too for this theme, Anne, you have created something very special here, love the way you have illustrated the song - beautiful!

terri d. said...

wow anne this is superb! i love that song too!

Rosanna said...

Great song, beautifully illustrated. I love your beautiful and artistic take on the theme.

Rhonda said...

Great interpretation of the theme, this is beautiful. Cheers!

vintage wil said...

What a fabylous idea! its beautiful