Somewhere which will always be tidier than my craft room
Yeah wow this is fabulous.Stunning creation.
This is fabolous! And look at those cakes....
That cake looks jolly tasty. What a lovely bit of fantasy!
these creatures look so fantastic!! really love this one!!!
I like your version of this famous tea party! The twisted and curved lines fit well to this surreal scene. Great work!
Fabulous fantasy piece AliBeryl x
Looks like Dali was a visitor to this tea party, he left behind one of his timepieces! LOL! Leave it to you, Ali, to do a surreal tea party, and it's BRILLIANT!!! Hugs, Terri xoxo
It' tea time, lovely art work!
Ali, you never disappoint! This is a fantastic tea party!
Wonderful, enchanted creation Ali!
I'm not sure the clock is the only thing warped in this unusual teatime duo!!! What a fun piece! I keep going back for another look,
So surreal Ali! love it! Monkey isn't really in the Mile High Club - he'd probably shocked you think so! ;o)
Yay, this is simply scrumptious Ali, so surreal.
The watermark clock in the background is perfection! Love the colors, vibrant yet not bright!Visually stimulating!
stunning! love the whimsy creation and it's just perfect for the theme!
what a party delightful scene I love those chairs
Love your fun 'tea party,' Ali, a slice of that cake & a nice cup of coffee would go down a treat right now!
Hi Ali,What a beautiful,fun, creative piece. I love this.Debby
oh wow!!! this is awesome!!! wonderful work!!!
Ali...what a wonderful & whimsical tea party!!! Great piece of art friend.Smiles,Susie
Oh, how fun! Your work is always inspiring!
Really interesting blog, I've had great fun looking around your stuff. Love vintage. Alison :)
Your fantasy tea is wonderful Ali!oxo
Wonderful creation, Ali! Cheers!
Ali, this is so delightful and whimsical. I am not sure if I would enjoy a cuppa with a Mad Hatter who had forgotten to cover his bare feet!! Wonderful work.(PS - I used to have the album with a wonderful collection of skits by Peter Sellers one of which was the famous "everything's off". I am sure someone pinched it but could never prove anything. I wonder if it was ever put on to CD.Like you, I studied the War Poets and loved their poetry. It was so sad that most of them died on the battlefields of France. Thanks so much for your kind words!
this is really darling
You just do things so well Ali
Love your whimsy!!! I would like these two in person...and would love to share tea with them! xoxo
Wonderful whimsy, AliFrankiexx
Absolutely love this one!!!
Thanks for taking the time to look at my blog. I do appreciate your comments (usually!)Ali xx
I'd like to think that some of my designs are worth copying and that they will inspire you to do better yourself; but I'd hope that if you do copy them it's only for personal use.
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