… ce que vous voulez

“whatever you want” is the theme over at Dans ma maison

it has been way too long since I played on their challenge blog and I have missed it

Dans ma maison il y a … ce que vous voulez

some time ago the lovely Linda of Blue Eyed Girl sent me a wooden house shape that her husband had cut … I have been saving it for a special occasion and used it for the center of my three houses … they are not connected

I got excited and took a midnight photo here … I will try again in daylight … but wanted to get this posted for now

Mr Magpie cut the two smaller houses for me out of wood intended for stakes

the tallest peak measures not quite 3 inches tall (7,62 cm)

I used images from Altered Bits and Last Door Down the Hall


here is a photo taken out on our back porch in morning light … this one with a bit of glare … my block pics are very wabi sabi 😉

here are some other mini wooden chunkies I made last March … where does the time go … I had every intention of making more of these

34 responses to “… ce que vous voulez

  1. These are gorgeous !!!
    You make them so beautifully.

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  2. Heavens2Betsy

    This is so utterly beautiful. The houses and the images they hold take my breath away x

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  3. Ooh, I LOVE your little houses!! So beautiful. I now want to do some myself 😀

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  4. Wow Patty, really fabulous!!

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  5. Way cool I love them! And I love the back ground they’re on too

    Love Dawn xx

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  6. You never cease to amaze and inspire…..outstanding!!!

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  7. Marilyn Rock

    Patty! WOW! These are beautiful; always loved house shapes – connected they’d make a wonderful tryptych. (spelling?) Awesome! Have a great day and weekend ahead………Love, Marilyn

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  8. This is wonderful and amazing Patti! Thanks for sharing your song too!! I adore your work!!

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  9. Patty ~
    When I opened your blog up this morning and saw your beautiful creation ~ I was awed!!! It is beyond a doubt one of your best creations ever and is one of my favorites for sure ~ it is incredibly magnificent!!! Very inspiring! It is so nice to know someone else who also takes midnight pictures ~ I am so glad you did. It begins my morning with lots of inspiration!!! Have a beautiful day! ❤

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  10. These are wonderful! You are amazing with layering!

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  11. Fabulous Patty! Such lovely soft colours…
    I’m so glad you found the house useful 🙂
    Hugs x0

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  12. I’ve always enjoyed the way you find new supports for your art. Of course, that included to the fact that you’re a master of the collage, it’s a win-win situation!

    I can draw and stuff, but I can’t make a collage to save my life, lol ;p

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  13. Absolutely stunning, Patty! They would look wonderful on a mantelpiece.

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  14. this is just an awesome piece! your mini wooden chunky! love it!! xox

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  15. Beautiful house(s) Patty – It’s either a neighborhood or a big house 🙂

    I have some of those same kind of wood pieces left over from DH building a fence …. maybe I’ll try this too!

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  16. j’aime beaucoup ta maison en bois !
    je ne connaissais pas le wabi sabi , belle philosophie !

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  17. So subtle roams your creative mind. I first looked at this creation and on first glance thought it was nicely done, wonderful clip art, nice composition for the three houses. AND then I did the close-up and was blown out of the water (so to speak) on this one, Patty. Romeo and Juliet? Priceless. Swans, and boats, and beautiful striking individuals, and then the kicker on the third house….. Yup, Romeo and Juliet. So cool beyond belief – Boat man (Romeo) is so HOT. Meow! hugs

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  18. PATTY !!!!! Wow wow wow wow wow wow wow what a great idea and your work and design is absolutely unique and special.

    A big applause and standing ovation from me.

    Have a lovely and sunny weekend my friend. Hugs.

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  19. C’est si bon!

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  20. Patty do you sleep? :O) I love the story you have narrated in images and yes the images are very wabi-sabi. I am just getting back to reading the peaceful wabi-sabi inspirations once again since my own body is experiencing its own evolution. Have a great weekend! I am coming back! Imagine and Live in Peace, Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart

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  21. Love, love, love them, wonderful mixed media art but then everything you create is so stunning 🙂

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  22. Oh, Patty, these are stunning in their simplicity! I loved that you linked to the meaning of Wabi-Sabi – I’ve never heard the term before and thoroughly enjoyed reading about it. I must say, I adore the swan – they have a very special significance in my life. Hope you have a wonderful weekend! Hugs, Terri xoxo

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  23. You pack so much imagery, imagination, and beauty into every piece you make, and this one goes over and above. I absolutely love all three pieces. Simple, yet complex all at the same time.

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  24. Lovely little chunkies….

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  25. Patty, the houses are simply stunning. I love your technique. GREAT job!!
    Lynn

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  26. wow! just wonderful! xo natalea

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  27. Dear Patty, your houses are so beautiful, in both night and morning light. I love the way the two outside smaller ones are taller, and the images you chose. Have a beautiful weekend… roxanne

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  28. WOW!!! This is amazing, you are so talented.
    Debby

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  29. you rock, girl!

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  30. just beautiful Patty…..

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  31. There was a tryptich class at Artiscape I wish I’d been able to take. I love the look of the three panels. Very nice (as always!)

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  32. Woweeee this is gorgeous, love it!!!!!

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  33. Bravo your wood house is fantastic : so so nice
    a great piece
    🙂

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  34. So beautiful, I love to watch your Blog. So much beautiful work and pictures, thanks for sharing;o)

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