Monday, March 7, 2011

dance

"If you danced from midnight
to six A.M. who would understand?"


from the poem "The Twelve Dancing Princesses" by Anne Sexton


This week's word for Every Inchie Monday is dance. 


I don't imagine this is what their dancing slippers might have looked like but this does like something a princess might wear.


This inchie is comprised of muslin, lace and tulle, none of which are visible since I decided to add beads.

15 comments:

Debbie said...

One of the cutest inchies yet, Deborah!

dosfishes said...

Full of beads, still a wonder you can work that small. Love the little pink shoe. xox Corrine

Barbara said...

So delicate and lovely!

Yvonne said...

Looks like it would belong to Cinderella. Very nice inchie.

Penny said...

I'm just getting caught up on blogs - and what a nice way to start the week - dancing (on an inchie of all things). Beautiful interpretation.

Kris said...

Wow! Great creative inchie Deborah.
I agree one of the cutest yet!

Joanne Huffman said...

This is a very elegant dance piece. I really like the beading background.

Stampmaiden said...

I LOVE this inchie! It's fabulous!

Mary Helen-Art Saves Lives said...

Sparkling and playful...I love the beads but they are almost always evident in my fiber works. Fancy dancy pink shoes! Imagine and Live in Peace, Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart

Paper Bagley said...

Great use of elements to bring out the the word. Pretty!

Mary Helen-Art Saves Lives said...

I love the pink shoe for special dances...thanks for stopping by friend. These sure are a lot of fun aren't they! Peace, Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart

kathy mc said...

This is great. Love the pink show.

Mrs Moen said...

It's very sweet indeed and I still am amazed by the scale you manage to work with. It makes me want to dance too although my dancing shoes are anything but pink and high heels.

Lululiz said...

Ah yes, definitely the shoe of a Princess dancing at a ball, wearing beautiful jewels.

Carole said...

So sparklie!