The Reader

The Reader

She could go anywhere in any time.

The Reader, side

She could be anyone.

The Reader (close 2)

She could unlock any door.

The Reader Bottom

She could meet the most fascinating new friends.

The Reader (close)

It was a perfect journey. All bound in the pages of the volume she clutched by her side.

The Reader.

Just Say'n. ;-)

Image: Kristin Hubrik of Retro Cafe
Stamps: ScrollsWork
Ink: Momento
Stickers: EK Success and Making Memories
Shimmer Cardstock: Prism
Clip: K&Company
Colored Pencils: Prismacolor
Adhesives: Tombow

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Jan said...

This is so sweet and I love the message!

Jamie Lane said...

Her face is so life like! Super cute and I love that little clip!

sassypackrat said...

She's so sweet!

Terry said...

Adorable and I love the little blue bling button you added to her coat!

Susie said...


Melissa said...

Super cute - love this!


Miss Val's Creations said...

Great collage! I love it!

Scrolls Work Rubber Stamps said...

You are so creative!! He looks like he is lost in Gulliver's Travels! Love it!

Steph said...

That is really fun and super cute.

Tracy said...

Love the concept.

Electra said...

She's sweet, love her hat!

Marlene said...

Oooh....not quite a dolly - but CLOSE!!! That means she gets a big thumbs up! Way cool stuff!

Veronica said...

Can she come to MY house and meet ME?
I would have LOTS of stories for her!
Just say'n.

Faerie Moon Creations said...

That's awesome! You did such a great job. :) Theresa

Carola Bartz said...

Such a cute little girl. This is an awesome piece of art.

Mary Helen-Art Saves Lives said...

I am touched by this sweet sweet message. You are such a dear. Imagine and Live in Peace, Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart

Heather said...

Totally cute!!

1CardCreator said...

I just love all the images you used to put this beauty together, looks awesome! ~Diane

Tatieva art said...

Je suis une amoureuse des clefs et des montres, j'adore ton petit personnage il est si mignon...
So cut !

Jenn Seratt said...

I can relate so much to her! Instead of a blanky as a child, I had a little book. Even when the binding failed and all the pages fell out, I still held onto the cover. I loved the fact that someone else's adventure was right with me all of the time.

Thanks for linking up to Sunday Art Therapy at Seeds on a Breeze. I can't wait to see what you have to link up this week!

Jenn Seratt said...

Also, would you consider adding the Sunday Art Therapy button to your post? You can find it on my blog's sidebar.