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Lamp Scene by Sandra Foster
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Submitting this shot for a challenge.
Taken with my old Minolta DiMage s414.
I hand stitched this lamp shade made with Moire fabric – fully lined. took approximately 35 hours.
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FEATURED IN THE INDOOR_YOUR LIVING SPACE GROUP JULY 15, 2012 – THANK YOU. FEATURE # 163.

http://www.redbubble.com/groups/living-spaces

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  • Eve Parry
    Eve Parryabout 2 years ago

    I love your lampshade, how clever of you. And your plant is beautiful too. Together they make a superb arrangement.

  • Thanks Eve – we all need a “nest”.

    – Sandra Foster

  • Ana Belaj
    Ana Belajalmost 2 years ago


    Congratulations!

  • Thanks for the feature Anna – greatly appreciated!

    – Sandra Foster

  • BlueMoonRose
    BlueMoonRose10 months ago

    Beautiful! Is your plant a variety of Swedish ivy? By the way, the buttons for cards and prints are not showing below your picture, which would make it impossible for anyone to buy it.

  • The ivy is just the regular ivy as far I know. I can’t imagine anyone wanting to buy this as a card or print so I hid the options by choice. I added this to my Portfolio for a group challenge only and should eventually remove it.
    Thanks for stopping by BMR and pointing this out to me!

    – Sandra Foster

  • BlueMoonRose
    BlueMoonRose10 months ago

    On no account should you delete it! I was on the verge of deleting a particular picture, as it had attracted very few comments and no favourites, since I had uploaded it nearly two years previously. Then I found that someone had bought two greetings cards! This was followed by a repeat purchase a few months later. I had imagined that, if anyone bought any of my pictures, it would have been one of my roses or a lily shot or maybe one of DJ ’s seascapes – certainly not three sweet peas growing in my back garden! You just never can tell, so get those buttons on show for cards and prints. You picture is definitely sales worthy. All you need is the right buyer.

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