Layout I created in the spirit of Maggie Taylor. It came so easily and it is so very me and persons who know me well will agree. Credits: Holliewood Studios Beasts of Burden, Mr Whiskers Steampunk, Hidden Vintage Studios Red Headed Stepchildren, Christina Renee Glass Negatives
See it here at Pinterest

Saturday, September 20, 2014

Indiana Jane Steampunked

Take a Word Challenge

Credits, Xquizart dolls; BRimmer Steampunk Harvest, Steampunk Art Dolls,
 Steamtown Detectives; FCD Art Journaling Tiles; Mr Whisker Steampunk 3

Thank you! thank you everyone for your kindness, your generosity in comments, you are all a fabulous bunch!   I am so very fortunate and grateful, to have found Three Muses and Take a's been re-fueling my creativity which I need so much at this time in my life. You all are tops!!

As always, thanx for taking a peek !



sirkkis said...

She is lovely. Haven't seen this beautiful steampunk woman earlie.
Great work, Pam.

Judy said...

Fabulous, Pam, love your art dolls!

Deann said...

What a great take on Steampunk I love your butterflies.

indybev said...

Great wardrobe for your little steampunker. Well done!!

Christine said...

What a fun idea! Indiana Jane and in a steampunk outfit!

johanna said...

i had to smile about "Indiana jane", what a gorgeous idea! i love everything about this work!

Anni - My Creative Life said...

Your Indiana Jane is amazing, love her and the wonderful background, well made.

Junibears said...

Oh she's just great and beautiful with it. Lovely piece! xx

Sim said...

Haaaa! Indiana Jane looks like a dominating adventurous, looking for venturing to a steampunk universe.
I love her and your artwork Pam! :)

Bill said...

Looks like a mighty stiff corset. But then, she's got a mighty fine shape. Great work!

Karla B said...

Gorgeous work, my friend!

carolann said...

oh very creative dolly.

I like this.