The Human Body – or Parts Thereof


This week we have Jennifer as our guest host.  Jennifer’s challenge to you is “the human body, or parts thereof”.  So think people, or parts of them, such as faces, hands, eyes – well the list just goes on.  Have fun – I’ll be interested to see what you are all able to come up with for this one.

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46 Comments on “The Human Body – or Parts Thereof”

  1. mixedmediamonday Says:

    Fun theme – I played with needle felting this week:

  2. indybev Says:

    Lots of ways to go with this. I chose hands and went the sentimental route.

    Here ’tis:

  3. REDLAN Says:

    I really don’t how to draw human body perfectly.

    So here’s my simple entry:

    Have a wonderful Monday to all!

  4. Char Says:

    My entry is here. Thank you.

  5. What a unique and interesting theme. Here’s mine:



  6. Kelly Says:

    here is my challenge

    face 4 x 4

  7. Janet Says:

    I went simple this week. Thanks for looking


  8. Leila Says:

    Here are my cards.Thank you for looking.

  9. wil Says:

    My entry is on my blog.
    Thanks for looking.

  10. I have a couple of art dolls on my blog for this wonderful theme. Thanks for looking.

  11. anneke Says:

    this is my entry for today

  12. B Says:

    I’m looking forward to seeing what everyone else did! Here’s mine

  13. Venita Says:

    This is my first post in months. I hope you like it.

  14. ~*~Patty Says:

    This is a brilliant challenge Jennifer. I could just keep going, so many possibilities. For now my first piece is EYES:

  15. Edna Says:

    Love the theme this week, my atc’s are on my blog. I love what Jennifer created.
    Here’s the Link

  16. lorraine Says:

    check out my experiments with clay and beads today for this challenge

  17. Anni Says:

    My entry is on my blog – thanks for looking

  18. Millam Says:

    Hi everyone! Here is mine:

    Ballet move

  19. Fannie Says:

    Smiles, Everyone! Here’s my submission–parts thereof:


  20. Virginia Says:

    Great theme.
    Mine is on my blog.
    Thank You.

  21. rein. Says:

    try again without the link
    my card is on my blog.

  22. Anita Says:


    You can see my card on my blog:

    Thanks for looking 🙂

  23. Rosie Says:

    I took the skin off and drew a skull!! Love Giliian’s piece – it’s wonderful! Here’s mine:

  24. […] collections, Faces, Judikins, Non-sequitar, Sunday International This week’s theme for Mixed Media Monday is Body parts, in the artistic sense, of course! I don’t have many body parts as I […]

  25. Oooh! Which bits to choose? I went with FACES – didn’t realise I had that many Faces stamps!

    (I did have a fleeting thought that maybe I had too many stamps! Then I recovered; what was I thinking “too many stamps”?!? IMPOSSIBLE!)

    Michelle Brown
    Melbourne Australia

  26. Lisa Says:

    wow – this is a great place – so much incredible talent and beautifully varied creativity! I am brand new here, but I have always wanted to do more than my regular cardmaking and papercrafts…so I thank you for the motivation! for this challenge….I needlefelted a nude torso (don’t worry, it’s tasteful) – hope you like it!

  27. Nan Says:

    I am in under the wire I think. Love doing this challenge and almost missed it this week. Everyone’s done such great work this week! Here’s the link to mine….

  28. Debbi Baker Says:

    I am a bit late this week but here is mine!

    Thanks for looking.

  29. sally Says:

    This is late, but still wanted to share 🙂

  30. Hazel Says:

    What an interesting challenge. I know this is at the last minute, but mine’s here

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