G45 Olde Curiosity shoppe mini album under a dressform stand
Thank you so much Fiona for this great dress form. I had so much fun playing and alter it with the gorgeous olde curiosity shoppe papers from Graphic45 :-)
This paper collection is my favorite now and i don`t think i have ever had so fun creating lol.
Also made a mini album, some boxes and frames to go under the dressform stand
I have had some requests to make a tutorial on fuzzy cutting and there is a tutorial in the end of the video on how i do it.
Thank you all for your lovely comments and support. I really appreciate it :-)
Here is how it starded
First i glued the dress form on a long tube and then on a round chipboard. Painted it black an took crackle paint over. Finished it with white paint and distressed it with vintage photo.
opening for the clock on the dress form.
made a skirt from the 8x8 paper pad
Made an other pleaded skirt of 2 papers from the 12 x12 paper pad and glued on lace with my glue gun.
Then i glued the skirt on and placed the clock on the dress form
Here are some picture of the finish dress form , mini album and some other goodies.
Here are some close up photos from some of the things under the dress form skirt.
Working clock in the middle of the dress form
Yes, pigs can fly :-)
G45 metal flower with handmade fimo rose in the senter
New metal butterfly from G45 with brads
Tim Holtz clock key on the back
Purse made of assetate
A little book stand
Wish you all a happy Easter :-)
Anne this is gorgeous!!! I am going to watch the video when I get home from work. You are so talented!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much Wendy. Had so much fun making this :-)ReplyDelete
Just watched you on you tube this is the most stunning creation I have ever seen out of paper, I am a new follower cant wait to see more.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much. Had a really great time creating this with the gorgeous papers from G45 :-)Delete
Thanx 4 the many pictures... U sure do have a fantastically creative mind...
Keep up the good work!
Thank you so much Sari. So easy to create with this beautiful papers :-)ReplyDelete
Anne....I am in love with your dress form. I must try something similar for myself. You made wonderful use of the G45 Olde Curiosity Shoppe paper and your ideas on this piece are just fantastic. I added your blog to my favorites as I can see you have many other goodies I need to look at and I will visit regularly. Thanks so much for such inpsiration.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much Mary. This was so fun to make, so i hope you make one for your self :-)Delete
Absolutely stunning! Such a lot of detail and all on a dress form which is one of my favourite!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much . Had so much fun with this dress form and gorgeous papers :-)Delete
So lovely, Thank you so much for all inspriration on you´re blog.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much, I am glad you like it and was inspired :-)Delete
Oh, my god. You are so talented!!!! Thanks for being a follower. No i will follow you!!xxx MalinReplyDelete
Thank you so much for your lovely comment and for follow me also :-)Delete
Happy Easter to you too Anne! This project is absolutely stunning, jaw dropping. It's so full of details and so well put together... another of your amazing and talented creations my friend. Hugs! VronReplyDelete
Thank you so much Vron. Had so much fun making this. Happy Easter to you also my friend :-)ReplyDelete
Oh my good giddy aunt Anne!!!! This is truly incredible!! WOW, WOW, WOW! Lee xxReplyDelete
Thank you so much Lee. Had so fun making this :-)Delete
Anne this is incredible. Your talent amazes me. I'd love to be a little fairy sitting on a shelf in your work shop watching you make these gorgeous creations. I look forward to seeing what you come up with next. Thank you so very much for letting us peek in on your fabulous works of art. :) Laurie MooreReplyDelete
Thank you so much for your sweet comment :-)Delete
Thank you so much :-)Delete
Hello Anne! I have made one torso-modell now, just want you to know that you are the inspiration to this projekt.ReplyDelete
In my blogg it´s a foto if you want to look.
Hello Åsa, Thank you so much . I am glad it is inspiration :-) I will go and have a look at your torso model.ReplyDelete
i have just found your youtube channel and have watched how to make this over and over, you are truly gifted. i have to make one for myself, its the perfect way to showcase all of my collections of small metal pieces that i,ve been saving for that special project!!! thankyouReplyDelete
Thank you so much for your sweet comment Bluejn. Hope you will have fun making your dress form :-)Delete