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In & Out of Studio 3D
Monday, 17 January 2011
World Peace, Please
Topic: Scrap Recovery

A combination of scraps and leftover things. The image is from the Engelbreit book I tore apart for the art. Two layers of green cardstock, a layer of glittered snowflake cardstock and a vinyl greeting sticker. A couple of punched corners and some creative placement make this uinque.

In itty-bitty print the conversation balloon says, " Let's see now, did I mention world peace? And, of course, cures for all the horrible diseases in the world, places for everyone to live, an end to all hatred, a spiritual awakening for everyone, a solution to all the world's environmental problems, equal pay for equal work, an end to illiteracy... um... respect and compassion for all children, and for me, maybe just a few little trinkets - you know what I like..." Down at the bottom it says, "It can't hurt to ask."

Ddd

 


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