Monday, January 30, 2012

Continuing the cocoon journey

I have been working on more of the tiny silk cocoon books. You may have seen the first one a while ago, but if not, it's here. I started painting some with watercolors and adding some beading. I wanted to share just one more.
One of my goals, for quite some time, has been to submit a project to one of my favorite magazines. I decided to submit these little books and see what happens. Okay, I haven't submitted it yet, but I have set a goal to do so in the next couple weeks. Wish me luck.

This one is " She was submerged in blissful oblivion."



15 comments:

Sue said...

This is lovely!Submit....go on, I dare you!:)

craftattack said...

Beautiful! Good luck with submitting it! Get a move one! Hugs, Valerie

Donna, Doni, Lady D said...

It's agreed -- go for it - they are exquisite! xoDonna

Dosfishes at Sparkle Days Studios said...

These are so great, I can see one as a little journal necklace too! Submit away! Have you heard about featurings? xox

Jill Eudaly said...

very cool! do try the magazine, I bet they say YES!

Emma said...

These are beautiful, as are your felt earings & Valentines card.

As for that snow, wow! Glad you've got power back & great to meet the neighbors!

Sharon said...

You should submit for sure! Love the cocoon.

MulticoloredPieces said...

Hi, Katie. Exquisite work. Really liked your felted earrings and purses as well.
best, nadia

Penny said...

By all mean - SUBMIT!!! I LOVE the watercolor tint. So tiny and so powerful.

mandy said...

totally amazing and fabulous and great and darling. makes me want to make one of my own.

Crystal Cook said...

WOW. I absolutely LOVE this. Such a powerful message in a tiny and beautiful package. Definietely submit!!

kimmie said...

I love these!!! Little gems!

Lorraine said...

cloth paper scissors would love these I reckon..good luck or how about sew somerset at stampington..I have never seen anything like these and I think they are fantastic

jackie said...

These are v. sweet and unusual.

Gio said...

First time I see a piece like this! Pretty amazing!