UPDATE : 23 March 2020

A Note From Marie

To my fellow bloggers I am sending my first bulletin regarding my situation, health-wise.

I deeply appreciate the good wishes you have sent me and it is touching to know I'm not forgotten. I have had a very illness-free life so it was a surprise when I had a life-threatening medical emergency necessitating surgery followed by two months in hospital and another 4-5 months under the care of a hospital-in-the-home service. I am improving from day to day. I am pleased to report that I have regained strength in walking (now without aids) and I am becoming more independent and almost well enough to cope with living alone.

My daughter saved my life in so many ways. She refused to give up on me and she nagged and bullied (in the nicest possible way)and persuaded me to believe the fight was worth fighting. She lives in the same street only a minute or two away if help is needed.

My problems melt into insignificance with the pandemic now affecting the lives of every person living on the planet. I wish you all a safe journey through the mayhem of life changing rules and the attack on the economy.

A big thank you to all of you for your thoughtfulness and good wishes.

From Marie aka Ozstuff


Wednesday, 6 July 2011

THREE MUSES - 1920s


Hi it's me, Ann, and my theme for you this week is the 1920s. 

I can't wait to see how you will interpret this but just in case you need a little help here is a sample for your inspiration.

Let your imagination run wild ..... and ENJOY!

(You will find credits on my blog)

23 comments:

  1. Great example, Ann. My "flapper" is on my blog HERE

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  2. Morning here is mine.
    http://raggedyannsplayground.blogspot.com/

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  3. my entry is here. Fun challenge and it was challenging.

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  4. Stunning example!!!
    I used a french postcard.

    http://wwwpeggysamusement.blogspot.com/2011/07/3-muses.html

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  5. Anything goes...

    http://thewhimseyasylum.blogspot.com/

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  6. My Twenties gal is on my blog.
    http://ozstuff-ozstuff.blogspot.com

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  7. My Collage for the Challenge is on my blog. Thank you for looking.xx

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  9. Ann,
    I love the styles of the twenties and your art is really "Neat!". When I was little I wanted one of those long pearl necklaces that would look good while I twirled my dress.
    Come see my lounging garden beauty.
    Paulette

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  10. Thanks again for this fun challenge!
    Here's one more fromme:

    http://plushpossumstudio.blogspot.com/2011/07/3-muses-challenge-1920s.html

    Now to check out other people's!
    Rose

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  11. Here are the "twins.
    Great theme and a wonderful inspiration piece, Ann.

    http://justanothervolunteer.blogspot.com/2011/07/three-muses-challenge-1920s.html

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  12. olá queridas Musas!

    hoje consegui imagens antigas de partitura musical originais da decada de 20,

    foto da capa com tres musas!!
    http://anacaldatto.blogspot.com/2011/07/tres-musas-1920s.html

    espero que gostem!

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  13. Whee, I'm back online and can post my 1920s digital collage. It's on my blog:

    http://hastingshall2.blogspot.com

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  14. I'm a new follower of your fabulous blog - love your art & theme - I am linking up for the first week below:

    http://www.create-with-joy.com/2011/07/vintage-friendship-tag.html

    Have a fabulous week - I hope to join you again in the future!

    Create With Joy
    http://create-with-joy.com

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  15. I LOVE this theme! My entry can be found at
    http://missouridaze.blogspot.com/2011/07/three-muses-1920s.html
    THANKS
    AJ

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  16. This was a fun challenge--thanks. If you click directly on my name you will proceed to the challenge page on my blog or copy and paste this link:
    http://artfultourist.blogspot.com/2011/07/atc-time-traveling-visit-to-20s-with.html

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  17. My favourite era!!
    Wonderful artwork.
    Wishes
    Lynne

    My link is
    http://lynnesbowsandbelles.wordpress.com/2011/07/10/my-life-in-paris-in-the-1920s/

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  18. My most favorite era...especially Harlem Renaissance! My entry's on my blog at
    www.thevivere.blogspot.com

    Thanks for the challenge...

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  19. My efforts can be found here:
    http://bastelmania-craftattack.blogspot.com/2011/07/challeneges-and-this-and-that.html

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