Sunday, April 1, 2012

tallying for tilly



heya heya.  just peeking my head in quickly to give mistress tilly a nice warm spot where she can see all seven OWOPs.  

fabulous tilly, this was a great challenge!  i feel like i know this pattern like the back of my very dry and beat up hand now.   

i'm looking forward to catching up with your pattern magics and makes and wonderful words very soon... until then, i'll be catching up with my family, and send cheers to you and yours.

if you'd like a scrolly scroll, click to see more after the jump!







24 comments:

  1. I love how you can see the rose slowly bloom bigger and bigger as the days go by. I also love the changes in the color of the backdrops. Beautiful OWOPs!!

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    1. YOU WIN JOYATEE! what, i don't know... but it was my intention to mention a special thanks to the rose for taking part in OWOP with me. snapped a pic and everything, just didn't have the time.

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  2. oh my goodness i love all your OWOP outifts, especially the bbq in silk and pearl dress! What a knock out!

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  3. I love your OWOP week! My favourite part is how different each garment is from all the others! And they are all fabulous (though my favs is the bbq in silk and pearls)!!!

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    1. bbq frock is coming out the winner, methinks.... i loved YOUR fancypants week :)

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  4. Good eye Joyatee! I did not notice the rose!

    Oona great looks, I wouldn't have noticed they all came from the same pattern. I absolutely adore the ragemaker.

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    1. thankya elle! i was shocked at how that one came out.

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  5. Oona, you haven't seen dry, beat up hands until you see an art teacher's hands after a month straight of doing clay projects. Then, when I get paint on my hands, it settles in the dryness and I look like I've been working on cars all day. Even my unobservant husband looked a little horrified by my hands the other day.

    I love seeing all your photos together. The maxi is fabulous and the black lace version is so incredible on you. I love how all your pieces are so different. Hard to believe they are all from the same pattern.

    Sorry for the uber-long comment. Not sure what's gotten in to me today ;)

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    1. i'm loving the verbosity. is that a word? google's not giving me the red flag...

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  6. Man Oona, only you could do OWOP and not have it look like a bunch of boring basics! They're all so fabulous and I'm so mad I wasn't able to participate.

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  7. Just stunning, lady! Ooh and I'm feeling all famous seeing my name in the title of your blog post! Gotta ask - how did you change the wall colour in these pics? Looks amazing!

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    1. all thanks to YOU celebritilly! easy peasy on the wall changes. if you have photoshop, just magic wand the area you want to change, then under adjustments, play with hue/saturation or color balance. super fun. (or use freebie gimp, it's very simliar!)

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  8. Woooaaawwww!!!!!!! The ragemaker.....my favorite!!!!!!! You are fabulous!!!!!!

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  9. I'm seriously stunned how many different garments you managed to make from the one pattern!

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    1. i really meant to go for 7 different. then life happened... next time i think i'll restyle one garment for seven days. eeeeeeeeeek.

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  10. I love them all but my favourite is the errand maxi - I love the candy stripes; so pretty!.... and it's a maxi, which equals WIN :)

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  11. Stunning. You totally rocked this challenge, my friend!

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  12. Wow. All of your creations are just so amazing! I love your confidence in every pose as well as the colorful backgrounds :)

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