Far from perfect and harder than I thought it would be but here’s a first attempt at a cross stitch light plate cover.
It’s been a while since I did a book art post. I just wasn’t feeling it with my last few reads. But Shelby Van Pelt changed that! This piece is inspired by ‘Remarkably Bright Creature’s’ by @shelbyvanpeltwrites – I took some liberty with our dear Marcellus’ coloring just to make it pop on a digital space. That said, Marcellus is truly one of my favorite characters, ever. And the story itself was very meaningful, especially to those of us who have lost a child. I’ll leave it at that. I recomment 5/5 stars. Available anywhere you buy books.
My latest cross stitch for one of the greats.
For the love of The Mandalorian. And books.
This cross stitch took me about a month and a half to complete. Over 30 thread colors, many techniques, different stitches. Will be giving to a good friend who has three kids. Sharing here and hope you like!
Now, this is what talent looks like.
Even when the woman has created the man, or monster.
If The Turn of the Key by Ruth Ware were to be adapted, I hope it’s for the small screen. You can’t fit this mystery/horror into a two hour movie. This story of a governess taking care of three little girls in an old estate has many layers, polarizing characters, and a twist you do not see coming. It would be a crime to rush this story.
A great homage to The Turn Of The Screw.
Dream Cast: 🍿
Rowan Caine: Saiorse Ronan
Sandra Elincourt: Rebecca Hall
Bill Elincourt: Ralph Fiennes