I'm not sure if it's even a viable option, but I wish I could see the tips of her toes. It seems abrupt otherwise... but then again, I know how all the good pictures in magazines are cropped oddly, so it's all good.
I like the clip-art style a lot. And yours has a THEME, which gives it a one-up over your everyday collages.
Also, the brown cardboard makes an awesome background. You rock my socks.
the colours in this, along with the composition, make it look artistic as hell. or like a really, really classy and witty advertisement.
―fun how the woman is connected (intimately ) with the oven, but in a completely unconventional sense. she's caught unawares, surprised to be in the situation she's in. a modern woman realising the gender bias that has surrounded her sex for centuries? maybe not, it doesn't matter.
―who/what never needs fixing? that's the crux
―interesting how you've managed to fit the woman in between and over that oven-photo. clever.