March 21, 2007

Irish Lass

A day to transform winter's dreams into summer's magic.Well my Irish Lass got a little distressed LOL Her face started sticking to a piece of paper I laid down when the glue was still wet ... oops ... she made it through mostly in tact though.

And yeah ... it's spring ... no snow! It's been in the 60s and 70s for almost 3 weeks ... yippeee!


Anonymous said...

Karen, your Urban Nightscape, Panic Day and Irish lass are all wonderful. Are they all for Christy's calendar journal? Is so, she's going to be one very happy camper. I, too, missed panic day; so I guess I'll be panicking at all the wrong times now.

Anonymous said...

Karen, I love all the work you have been doing. Great work in the calendars and I love your chunky page.
kathy mc

Anonymous said...

You have been busy! I enjoyed seeing all of your new work. I love the Panic Day piece, and I am right there with you on that sentiment. The urban piece is really cool, too. I hope you continue to have great weather!

Vale said...

Karen, this spread is terrific! I love the total package, and the background is really awesome!
Vale :)

Karen Owen said...

Karen, I really enjoy seeing your art. I love Irish Lass, and Panic Day is hysterical. I missed it too! I guess I'll panic all year. Urban Nightscape is way cool!


Anonymous said...

Hi Karen,
I just popped in to say I got my copy of Haute Handbags and it is really great to see your work there.
whoo hoo!