Monday, September 19, 2011

Two Dog Pond Necklace Contest - Over the Moon

Welcome to the Two Dog Pond Necklace Contest. This week's image is another vintage image I've colorized and am contemplating adding some glitter to. The contest is simple, really. Make a suggestion for what you think the perfect quote/phrase/poem/word would be for this image. On Friday a winner will be chosen by a panel of experts (some without poseable thumbs) and rewarded with a soldered glass pendant on a 24" chain.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm in the moon for love


~Heatherj

Anonymous said...

Love you to the moon and back!

Mary

Jenny S said...

The man in the moons got nothing on me!

marcy said...

...it's only a paper moon, sailing over a cardboard sea.(e fitzgerald)
*I'm over the moon for you!
*it's just me and the man in the moon
*to the moon alice!
*without you i can only moon about
*our love is a forever honeymoon
*...God bless the moon and God bless me. (nursery rhyme)
*dreaming of you and moonpies
*I'm over the moon with love for you.
*our love has sent me over the moon

watermelonmom said...

Shine on, O moon,
Shake out more and more silver changes.
Carl Sandburg

Vintage Revamped said...

The moon always brings out the Goddess in me.

T Lee said...

Puttin' the HONEY in your Moon xoxo
(anniversary??)

The Honeymooner

(bubble over her head)
A woman would have never asked me to sit HERE and strike a Sex Goddess pose!Men!!!

Ummm......this moon is giving me new meaning to the term "buttcrack".

Pain In My Ass. Insert word here
____________________.

JAS said...

dance by the light of the moon

moon river

Moonshine

Shara said...

"I want my Two Hundred Dollars!" - This has nothing to do with the image, but it is my favorite line from "Paper Moon", so I had to submit it.

Journey's Gammy said...

'Twas but to bless these hours of shade
That beauty and the moon were made
-Thomas Moore

missthesea said...

Aim for the moon. If you miss, you may hit a star..

Natalie said...

A glittering star in the sky is a tiny flicker of HOPE. Make a wish.