January 19, 2009

TMTA

When I saw the theme at Think Monday, Think ATC was "Queen," I couldn't help but think right away of Mary Engelbreit's famous claim, "It's good to be queen."
So I used an image I had of hers to create my Queen of Her World ATC.
The background stamp is by Oxford Impressions.

27 comments:

vintage wil said...

Lovely atc !!!

Stempelchaotin said...

Wow this is fantastic.
Brilliant ATC.

Femmy said...

this is fabulous!!

Rein said...

Great ATC!

johanna said...

yummy!! i come over for a cup of coffee, ok??

Nancy said...

Beautiful ATC! All the details are wonderfully done. I especially Like her crown.

Moni said...

Wowwwww, super gemacht!!

katrin said...

funny and brilliant!!!

Gabi Mewi said...

Now I´m hungry... - great idea!

azLizJane said...

So fun, Louise! I love that you added some humor to this work of art. Made me chuckle!

Liz

Sarah said...

The ME image is perfect for this challenge and your new stamp is just the right bg. Very cute!

nise said...

Love ME and have since I first saw her art on cards in the early 80s.
Great use of the Queen, Louise.

Viola said...

Gorgeous ATC, Louise!!

Stempelfrosch said...

Wonderful queen of bakery! Great idea!
LG Anke

Jacqueline said...

Very cute! You found the perfect PP for this one!

Ahkeraliisa said...

Funny idea, great work!

Kris Dickinson said...

Super cute and creative Louise!

Kelly said...

great atc!

Connie said...

Me like!!! Cool ATC!!!!!

Heather Robinson said...

I have always been a great lover of Mary Engelbreit's work and you have done such a wonderful job of making it your very own.

Faye said...

Love the M.E. image, Louise. I'd never be queen of the kitchen, but yours certainly looks like she deserves the title!

Linda Elbourne said...

A fabulous ATC Louise

Buffy said...

This is adorable! I like ME too!

Clau said...

Fabulous! I really love this ATC.

Jann said...

This is so cute, Louise! I have always loved ME's art and have quite a bit of it in my little craft room--this is very clever and colorful!

Sally said...

Great take on the theme, love it!

joanne wardle said...

this makes me smile