Wednesday, 27 November 2013

Three Muses - Altered Playing Cards

In the first of these, I morphed the playing cards to bodies found on Google, with a village background from my stash.  In the second, I used bodies from the Lost Gallery and some quotes I cybersurfed.  I hope you have all enjoyed the challenge of altering cards, and can't wait to see the results!!

20 comments:

  1. My card is on my blog here. Thanks for stopping by!

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  2. Great job Bev...

    http://thewhimseyasylum.blogspot.com/

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  3. Here is mine:

    http://poeticpostcards.blogspot.com.br/2013/11/queen-of-wands.html

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  4. Two superbly sophisticated samples, Bev.

    My altered playing cards are on my blog:

    http://ozstuff-ozstuff.blogspot.com

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  5. My altered playing cards are on my blog.
    Anni

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  6. here is my contribution.
    thanks for looking and leaving a comment :)

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  7. Good morning, here are mine, this was hard one for me http://artbyritva.wordpress.com/2013/11/26/three-muses-altered-playing-cards/

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  8. My Joker is on my blog. Thanks for looking. xx

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  9. Very beautifully done Bev.

    Mine is up the two I entered.

    Wow we have a great turn out.

    Mine is on my blog.

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  10. I love the examples and found your prompt especially inspirational this week! My submission can be found
    here on my blog.

    Wishing all a Happy Wednesday!

    Betty

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  11. This was fun!!!
    http://wwwpeggysamusement.blogspot.com/2013/11/3-muses-altered-playing-cards.html

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  12. Thanks for the example.

    My Post is here: http://kartenundatc.wordpress.com/2013/11/29/atc-altered-playing-cards/

    Thanks for Looking.

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  13. Thanks for the inspiration to dig out some old Dover playing card clip art!!! See mine here:
    here on earth

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  14. Great job, Bev.

    You can find mine on my blog.

    TFL

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  15. An enormous round of applause, continue the great work. anne stokes cards

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