Saturday, October 24, 2009

Masquerading

 

Masquerade ball in Andrew Lloyd Webber's Phantom of the Opera.


There's something alluring and mysterious about a masked person. Intriguing even.
There are so many gorgeous and unusual masks to suit anyone's fancy. This shop is full of beauties.

There are even Murder Capers that host masquerade balls. 


So many masks can be found on etsy. Support Handmade buy etsy this holiday season.  This one made by effigymasks
Tomorrow the Inspiration Avenue's Weekly Challenge "Travel" will be posted for all to see. The artists submissions are wonderful and so diverse. Pop over there to see after noon EST.

14 comments:

  1. Wonderful post and such inspiring photos! Thanks so much for joining the party!

    Happy Haunting
    Cassandra

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  2. I've never been to a masquerade ball but I bet that it's just as you state in your post---magical, mysterious and intriguing. Wonderful pics.

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  3. Gorgeous masks! I agree with you on the Mermisks- so mystikal!
    Flying around and visiting Cassies party goers! I enjoyed my visit with you!
    Be Enchanted!

    Opal Moon Enchantments

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  4. Hi Tammy,
    I love masks! and yes, there are some absolutely gorgeous ones on Etsy. Some very talented people out there! Thank you for stopping by by corner of the world,
    xoxo~
    Abbie

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  5. So much fun packed into this fabulous post - Thank you for sharing the eye candy.

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  6. I've always thought a masquerade would be fascinating, maybe someday, I'll actually get to attend one! Have a Happy Halloween!

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  7. Hi again Tammy! Just wanted to let you know my masquerade party post is at my other blog Loveleigh Occasions, it's listed on my profile page if you're interested. It's entirely possible you are exhausted from all the parties!

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  8. Happy Halloween - such a great post I really love masks. Have a wonderful new week.

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  9. What a cool posting and I absolutely adore masks!!

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  10. Hi Tammy, can`t find your mail.adr. right now, so I write you here,
    Apart from the beautifull blogging here, I want to thank you for the wonderfull tutorial on Artist Class, I think your project have to wait till christmas is over weil it takes more than just a copple of houers, but It is great done and love your photos shared with us. Thankyou.
    Dorthe

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  11. Glad I stopped by even though the party is winding down. Happy Halloween!

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  12. I love the look and idea of masks but alas, as an eyeglass wearer, I can't wear masks. I can enjoy them on others though.

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