Take a little trip with me to France and Madeleine Songe’s lovely photo transfers to polymer. I’ll be stopping off in Virginia but you can keep on traveling in France if you like. It’s easy to spend a great deal of time on the site.

I love the combination of the fabric neckpieces (I think Madeleine’s used those Chinese knotted ones you can buy), old photos, polymer bezels and crystal beads. Such, "Je nais se quoi!"

I’m off to Virginia where they tell me there’s wifi. I don’t know if that’s a good thing or not. Many thanks to Kimberly Hodes for finding links for today. She was googling while I was packing. Her site is a treat as well. It’s road trip Monday. I’ll be back in touch soon.

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  • reply heurebleue ,

    tout ce que fait madeleine est magnifique , elle a quelque chose d’unique , elle est inimitable !
    bravo madeleine !!! continues à nous faire rêver !
    bises
    heurebleue

    • reply nel ,

      merveilleux travail pour une merveilleuse Madeleine
      nel

      • reply Claude ,

        j’adore les créations pleines de sensibilité et de poésie de “Madeleine songe”

        • reply Madeleine ,

          Merci merci beaucoup pour cet hommage ! je suis très touchée de vous plaire.
          Bien à vous,
          Madeleine

          • reply Christine ,

            • reply nathalie ,

              Chapeau bas Madeleine, voià un hommage bien mérité 🙂

              • reply nadège ,

                merveilleuse Madeleine !
                bisous

                • reply aigue ,

                  amplement mérité,beaucoup de poésie dans ses créations.

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