Take a Word #51 – Childhood

I developed my love of books and losing myself in other worlds when I was a child. I was one of those kids who’d be sleepy in the morning on the way to school because I’d been reading under the bedclothes by the light of a torch! So when I saw this quote by Marcel Proust, I created the artwork around it!

Thanks to Tangie Baxter for the cat. The vintage image is from my own collection of photos.

For Take a Word this week.  🙂

 

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  1. this is just a delight!!!

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  2. Sounds like me too, Rosie,
    and I love your vintage piece!

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  3. Beautiful vintage work Rosie. Bdeautiful scene with reading a book.
    Lovely greet Marja

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  4. Lovely art and quote, Rosie! Books were SO important in my childhood…wait, they still are!

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  5. What a gorgeous photo! Makes a really beautiful card.xx

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  6. i can´t imagine how i would have survived childhood and youth without books (and music)… great quote. i love how you put that all together. cats might become your identification mark;)

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  7. Beautiful photo!
    Beautiful idea!
    Books are dreams bringers for all children!

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  8. Rosie, your art is so gorgeous with those fiery colors and that adorable image of the girl with the huge book. I had lots of chores to do as a child and tried to fit reading in between them. Sometimes I couldn’t put a book down. I’d say: let me get to the end of the chapter. But you know what, I never saw the end of the chapter, so engrossed was I. If I get into a good book, I’m still the same way. I just don’t see the words; they just flow into my mind. Keep up the great work.

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  9. I love the use of the victorian stamps/brushes on the background too, Rosie.
    And yep…those yummie colors with your idea !! Very stylish and striking !!

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