A Ladies diary
Antique shop calendar tray -Configurations Box
I tried to make this tray to look like an old antique shop filled with goodies.
with all things i love in my life.
Love my family, dog, friends, scrapbooking, reading, sewing. old things and all that gives life meaning :-)
Used a lot of laces, Hardware.gifts and things i have collected :-)
Also used a ladies diary 12x12 and 8x8 paper pad, die cut chipboard,stickers from Graphic 45 and also used a lot of hardware from Tim Holtz
Porcelain tee cups inside the closet
Distressed it all with Tim Holtz different inks, rubons and paint
Calendar dresses in different shapes to be hang on the hanger
Feel free to use this dress shapes if you like :-)
Close up picture
Here is how it started
Painted it black
Also decorated a glass for chocolate
Thank you for stopping by.
Wish you all a beautiful weekend
WOW Just BeautifulReplyDelete
Like female version "Howl's Moving Castle" :)ReplyDelete
Stunning every box!
You are unbelievable and your creativity makes me speachless. One amazing creation follows the next one. This is incredible....(:o)ReplyDelete
You are amazing! And the things you design are both amazing and beautiful I love love love them all!!!ReplyDelete
OMW a brilliant absolutely amazing piece of Art, totally gorgeous and unique.ReplyDelete
Oh my goodness Anne, how do you come up with such incredible ideas? Unbelievable; amazing; fantastic; phenominal; stunning.ReplyDelete
Wow again!!!!! awesome creations.....can't wait to see your video.....tfsReplyDelete
ABSOLTELY STUNNING~! What an amazing project and good use of the inside of the Tim Holtz shadow boxes, too. Love your creations, Anne. Keep up the wonderful work.ReplyDelete
Wow Anne What should I say?.Im SPEECHLESS!!LOL..ReplyDelete
Dette er noe av det lekkreste og flotteste jeg ever har sett innen papirverden.
Du er sååååååå dyktig og kreativ jeg har rett og slett ikke ord som kan beskrive ditt arbeid på en rettferdig måte.
Super flott,nydelig arbeid har du gjort.:O:O:O:O
Ønsker deg en flott sommer helg,gleder meg til ditt neste innlegg her på bloggen din.Klem Merethe
This is gorgeous as usual. You can come up with the most amazing ideas!ReplyDelete
Denne er bare nyyydelig.ReplyDelete
Har du sjekket den nye butikken min?
I love the way you did that alterations box, really spectacular. Graphic45 paper is gorgeous. HugsReplyDelete
Absolutely amazing!!!!! Also I have just watched your 'olde curiousity shoppe ' mini album on youtube - brilliant - I don't think the one I'm making will be anything as good - perhaps i'll give up now.ReplyDelete
This is amazing. I LOVE IT...ReplyDelete
Vanskelig mailadr. du sendte fra. Klin umulig.
Kan du sende meg en normal mailadr. til
This is sooooooooooooo totally awesome ... you are the best I have ever had the privilege of watching .... thanks for all your inspirations ... Linda FReplyDelete
I love your work,always inspiring and surprising.
Finner inte ord till dina skapelser, helt fantastiska.ReplyDelete
Your creativity is so fabulous!!! This is amazing! Thank you so much for sharing.ReplyDelete
wow....your talent in beyond words! Amazing work Anna, just amazing! Thanks so much for sharing!!!!ReplyDelete
I have followed your creations and love every one of them! Your tutorials have helped me make the tropical travelogue & old curiosity shop albums!
Congratulations on being a featured G45 artist. You are the best!
By far the most BEAUTIFUL piece I have seen. I was amazed looking at your video. And - no I didn't get dizzy :) This would be a great gift for my mother, which while I was watching, I was considering and counting the months until Christmas wondering if there is enough time.... I would like to ask where you found the stove which is on top of the piece? I ran across your blog through another link - I will revisit. Thank you so much for sharing!!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for your sweet comment Sonya :-) The stove i found in a shop here in Norway some time ago and i think it is from Panduro ere Global hobby. Have fun creating :-)Delete
Wow nice work! So much work and imagination! You did very well!ReplyDelete
May I inquire where you found the little miniature tools / toolbox?ReplyDelete
The small boxes are taken out of Tim Holtz Configurations box. The small miniatures i have collected over years. Some are from Panduro and some are given to me.
Have fun creating :-)