Sunday, 13 April 2014

TAKE A WORD


THE QUEEN OF SHEBA

Ladies and gentlemen, may I introduce you to her royal highness the most illustrious, the most wondrous and the completely gorgeous Queen of Sheba ... Lady Maud's favourite mode of transport.

Thank you, Marie, for giving us BIRDS as our theme at Take a Word this week.

Credit to HolliewoodStudio, FinecraftedDesigns, LandOfNodStudio and PixelMusic.

Thank you for looking.

14 comments:

sparkle100-havealook.blogspot.com said...

oh I like this 100%. You should work for Walt Disney Productions. Give up your day job.

Judy said...

Another of your magnificent fantasy pieces, Ann, you should do one of ER, the one unveiled in front of Wills & Kate here is a SHOCKER!!

Sim said...

Toooo goooood Ann!
I adooooore Lady Maud and her pink transfloyd with blue shoes!
(Only you!)
Excellent my friend!

Ozstuff said...

Her flaming-go's wherever she go's!! What a creation. The stuff of nightmares are made of this (but entertaining ones). A cracking great take on this week's challenge. I love it.

sirkkis said...

Oh, she is extra ordinary, LOL! Great work, my friend.

Junibears said...

I love your wonderful creations Ann! This is a stunner! Love those shoes! xx

Electra said...

Fantastic. I would love to live in your head for just a moment, Ann!

Deann said...

Let me just grovel at your feet oh queen of all things wild weird and wonderful.

Anni - My Creative Life said...

What a fantastic creation Ann, I love your flamingos shoes and your wonderful queen, really creatively made.
Anni

indybev said...

What an intriguing piece, Ann. The coin is cleverly used, for sure, and the entire piece is very quirky and creative....but then we have come to expect no less!!!

johanna said...

these shooooes!! hilarious!!!

Christine said...

I love that pink mode of transportation with those royal shoes.

Bill said...

Oh oh. I missed your blog last time around. This is so awesomely awesome! I love the dime for her head. I don't think a flamingo could ask for any shoes more fashionable than those, either!

ULKAU said...

Hi, hi, a great work! Ulrike