Friday, September 24, 2010

Going Green...

Organic material shrug enhances a layered wrap around skirt with chunky clogs. Hat by Rhody Dendron.

Some of you know that I like to make stuff from other stuff. If you read my Going to the Beach post this summer, you saw some evidence of that....(scroll way down, past the guy in the bikini thong, you pervert.) (I don't know who put those photos onto my wholesome blog! Still a mystery to me....)

Here are a few of the 'people' I made with Mother Nature's help and put in my display case at school. I needed something to put in the display case because it will be a while before the kids make anything display casable.

Enjoy....

Iris leaf spandex leggings with sleeveless muscle shirt and white Shape Up shoes. Hair by Old Spice.

Pleated Mini-skirt with textured leggings topped by a layered shell and a natural seed choker. Earth shoes in nutmeg color. Hair by Herbal Essence and hat by Pacific Sunwear.

Possibilities are virtually endless!  (Wiggle eyes are not organic. Sorry Al Gore.)

14 comments:

Eva Gallant said...

Those are awesome!

Birdman said...

Who is this broad? She's talented!

Debbie said...

OMFG are these cute!!! Oh and by the way that is Oh My Flipping God...I don't swear.~~. not a damned bit. These are so creative Elenka and the descriptions of each one is priceless. Apparently I can't get your posts until they have been up for a day or two? Check your posts on More Gag Gag. You are an amazingly clever girl. I am sending this to my mother in law right now! Well...in a minute I will. My favorite is Rhody Dendron....love that hat. She may be a bit of a rummy though....did you see that cranberry colored nose?? Hi my name is Rhoda and I am a rummy? Great work!!

Empress Bee (of the High Sea) said...

just adorable!!!

smiles, bee
xoxoxoxoxoxo

Balisha said...

Oh, you clever clever girl :)

Balisha

Pam said...

No holding you back! ...and the art materials won't break the bank either! These are delightful.

brattcat said...

Layered shell...you are so funny. These are wonderful and your commentary made me grin through the entire ensemble.

Kathleen said...

Great post, I enjoyed it so much. So, not only do you paint, you sculpture as well. Argh, some people have all the talent
Hugs, Kathleen

FoodFunFarmLife said...

You are very talented - they're great ! I wonder if your parcel has arrived yet ? I posted one to Australia along with yours, and it is already there - so here's hoping you have yours by now ! Enjoy your weekend :)

Traveling Bells said...

You didn't put much dent in your teacher's budget for these awesome characters:) Love the descriptions...

Fearless Nester said...

Not only are this display casable, these are coffee table art bookable! Geez Louise you are so gifted. I nearly laughed my textured leggings off! ~Lili

Deb Shucka said...

These are so much fun! I can just imagine the kids giggling over them and going home and making their own versions. What a great teacher you must be.

Sharon Creech said...

These make me smile; I'm sure the students enjoy them, too.

Malyss said...

They're so cute and lovely!I like your imagination!It makes the day joyful!