Welcome to The 2008 Swashbuckler's Soiree
Hosted by Donna O'Brien Creator of The Ribbon Crowned, the first On-line Party I have been invited to and I hope there's more in the future!
All my designs are my very own and were conjured up late in the evenings.....My inspirations came from my tea stained crepe and it all flowed from there...Literally! The crepe dress and the tea stained petticoat are gathered together and beautifully wrapped with a crossed stitch corset and naval buttons and tied with a gold satin ribbon. The Sword is covered with fine German Glass glitter and then naval buttons embellish the handle. Glittered Glass Ships! Her gallant dress is then beautifully protected with a giant shell bustier and generously covered with hand creped flowers, dusted shells,jewels, and tea stained ruffle. Her hat is ever so poised with feathers, chandelier crystals and such! The scepter speaks for itself. And Booty....She 's got booty, a whole lot of it!
I hope you all enjoy my crepe creations and feel free to leave me a comment or two, I love reading how my work transcends into other's lives and stirs their emotions.
Thank you For stopping by and enjoy the rest of your evening at the Swashbuckler's Soiree! To view other artist's work this evening please navigate to http://www.donnaobrien.typepad.com/
Thank You and have a Safe Journey!
Famous Woman Pirates
Anne Bonny (1719-1720) Female Pirate of the Caribbean
Mary Read - Famous English Female Pirate of the Caribbean
Lady Killigrew (1530-1570)
Grace O’Malley - Famous Irish woman pirate who commanded three galleys and 200 men
Mrs. Peter Lambert of Aldeburgh, Suffolk
Jacquotte Delahaye - Female Pirate of the Caribbean
Anne Dieu-le-veut - Female Pirate of the Caribbean
Charlotte de Berry - Woman pirate
Mrs Ching - Chinese wife of a pirate who turned to Piracy after his death
Mary Crickett (or Crichett) was a female pirate who was hung