Thursday, October 05, 2006

Nourish Mama Cass

This is a re-do of a popular challenge on the CPS list -- Collage a Day. Take one magazine and create one collage a day for 7 days from that single mag. I didn't participate the last time, but got an early start this time. I doubt I'll make all 7, but since the challenge was announced, and I had a magazine I was willing to hack up, I got started!


And in other news...my little bit of a brugmansia that I brought from NC a year ago, is the one plant I managed to winter over, plant outside in the spring, and have trive. It makes me so happy! This is the view from our loft window...


And this is a zoom photo of the blossoms that I managed from the same point in the loft...

6 comments:

Linda said...

Looks like the pictures for the collage came from a cooking magazine- your collage would look wonderful hanging in the kitchen! I may have to do something similar for my new kitchen- thanks for the clever idea, Sue!

That plant is gorgeous- I don't think I have seen that plant before.
Hugs-
Linda F from FL

StegArt said...

Wow you are fast with your collage. I think I'm going to skip this challenge as I've too many things going at the moment AND I have no good magazine in which to use. It does sound interesting and fun.

Kai said...

I like the idea of using Mama Cass in that context! And Linda's right! It WOULD make a neat kitchen wall hanging! The plant is GORGEOUS! Those flowers look like demure bells!

Judi said...

... but you forgot the ham sandwich !!! Great collage and an absolutely beautiful flowering plant.

Denise in PA said...

Lovely pic through the loft window...very unique!

Dawn said...

Gorgeous collages, Sue! The Angel's Trumpet is beautiful, I can almost smell it from looking at the pictures!

Did I ever tell you how my great-aunt Violet told me to deal with divorce? She said divorce was a horrible thing, and if it came to that, I should just boil up some tea for him from the Angel's Trumpet in her back yard and everything would be all right...of course, every part of that plant is poisonous! ...Damn, I should have listed to Aunt Vi, she was a smart cookie! ;)