The Drama Queen comes out again.
This photo (of a doll that I made) is stitched to paper (that I made) and could go in a basket of low-priced items to sell on a craft table.
An earlier post about this is stored as a word file, perhaps never to be opened again.
Suffice it to say that MY Drama Queen is Irish and, when activated, is cruising for a fight!
I don’t think anybody in the SoulCollage® world would care that under this doll’s velvet cape was a skirt made from fabric, including a fabric transfer of a collage that later went on to become a SoulCollage card®. This doll, this card made from a photo of a doll, is not a SoulCollage® card. Period.
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It is not my intention to teach readers about SoulCollage®, but rather to simply share what is percolating in my studio, on my pages, and in my creative process.
To learn about this remarkable process, go to SoulCollage.com, where you can find out about Seena Frost, who developed SoulCollage®. Or, dive into the amazing work and teaching of Anne Marie Bennett on her website, KaleidoSoul. Anne Marie’s passion for this work is evident on her site. I am lucky enough to be studying with her next month!