Tuesday, 29 January 2013

Letter D

I chose the very glamorous Marlene Dietrich for "D" this week. Hollywood sure doesn't shoot photos like this anymore!  I used scrapbook paper for the background and accents.  The gold thread is crochet cotton, and the black trim on the side is old hem lace I picked up somewhere.  Thanks for the nice comments on my tag series so far.  I'm enjoying everyone's ideas and tags this year.  On to February!  Take care!

P.S. In looking at the tags so far, it dawned on my this is my first initial: "D!"  I hadn't thought of that-- duh!  So I am REALLY enjoying these!

13 comments:

  1. Love the tag! Pity you forgot about Diane! Hugs, Valerie

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  2. Gorgeous tag - she really was beautiful. I'm enjoying your trip through the stars and I'm looking forward to seeing who you choose for next week!

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  3. Another lovely 'star tag' Diane

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  4. Fabulously vintage looking for a super glam actress of yesteryear :0) Mo

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  5. I am SO enjoying your gorgeous movie star tags - you must think of a way of displaying them all together at the end. Fabulous! Carolyn x

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  6. A beautiful tag, very glamorous, I'm enjoying your theme, Jane xx

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  7. I think your collection is going to be so wonderful to see together. I hope you will show us them on mass.
    Lynn x

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  8. I reckon you picked the best D for this weeks tag, love the way you have layered it. Perhaps you should do a Diana Dors as well in celebration of using your name! x

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  9. Another fantastic tag for your hall of fame - very vintage but with a modern twist, it's gorgeous :o)

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  10. Your classic screen star tag series is coming out great. I can't wait to see whom you picked for next week. Blessings!

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  11. Simply Fabulous choice... Love your tag!! Hugs May x x x

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  12. Diane, your Marlene Dietrich tag is really beautifully made, many year since I have seen a movie with her.
    Anni

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  13. A glamorous tag most worthy of this glamorous star. You're right about the photo - alas, such sultry poses with dramatic lighting in black and white are no longer seen

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