Friday, August 21, 2015

Fairytale Princess Castle for the Gilded Lily Mini Album

Hi everyone :-)
Have made a Fairytale Princess Castle with 2 lightning towers to hold the Graphic 45 Gilded Lily Mini Album. There is a tutorial here on my blog on how to make the base for this castle.It is all made out of chipboard and paper and decorated with pearl trim, die cut outs and flower pots. This castle would be fun to display in a little girls room and to store  pictures of the little princess in the album.

Video


The middle part can be made separate if you don`t want to take the time to make it all :-)


 Close up picture of the entrance with a chipboard hanging sign.

Seen from the side.

Inside there is place for the mini album.
 

Seen with the album inside.

 The other side. Used different Spellbunders dies for the borders on the sides and balcony `s.

 And backside with a pocket to hold a card and the loose inside blanket.

4x6 card for the princess receiver. 
Crown die from Marianne Design.

 On the top I made a crown for the princess :-)

I cut out 10 pieces of Bazzill cardstock. Folded them in half and glued them back to back around.
Used Tim Holt distress spray and inka gold to make a pink vintage color.


 The 2 princess towers. There can also be stored some jewelry inside the towers.

 Made some curtains out of lace for the window.

Electric light inside with dancing ladies and gents around :-)

Made 2 crowns out of the border strips to go around the lights. 

The closed castle with the 2 towers

 Here the doors are open to display the mini album inside.

Without the mini album the princess ladie can bee seen in the background.
 

Here with the album and card on the sides.


Close up picture of the flower pots

 Seen from the top.

Had so fun making this sweet and girly castle :-)


with chairs and a table :-)


Here is the link to my blog post for  the chipboard castle tutorial,
http://www.annespapercreations.com/2015/08/castle-box-tutorial-for-gilded-lily.html

And here is the link to the finish album where you can find all the links how to make it,
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xiCroiHTAhY

Here is the link to Taras studio for inspiration,
http://tarascraftstudio.com/

Supply list: 12x12 - 8x8- 6x6 , chipboard cut outs, stickers and hinges from Graphic 45. Dies from Spellbinders, Sizzix and Tim Holtz, 1,5mm chipboard,Maya Road pearl string,Martha stewart punches,seam binding and closure from Butterbeescraps.

Regarding questions there is a video where frequently asked questions are answered and here is the link,
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qgsJnzDCHkAFor other questions they will be answered here on my blog where I will post new questions that has not been answered before.
Here is the link,

Thank you so much for watching and all your sweet comments :-)


16 comments:

  1. Dette er bare utrolig vakkert og lekkert. Utrolig å se på bildene :) Tusen, tusen takk for inspirasjonen. Klem

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  2. WOW!! You never cease to amaze me. Your ideas are so incredible I so envy your creative talent. I love all your fantastic projects- all the thought and care you obviously put into them. Truly AWESOME!! >^..^<

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  3. Its just amazing and inspirational, love how you make the top crown, this castle really wow me and wordless (*^0^*) Love it !

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  4. Its just amazing and inspirational, love how you make the top crown, this castle really wow me and wordless (*^0^*) Love it !

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  5. Your work just takes my breath away! This project is beyond amazing! You work so incredibly hard and are so generous with sharing the how-to with your followers. Thank you again for sharing your exceptional talent with us!

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  6. By far this is the most beautiful work of art I've ever seen. Your attention to detail is so impressive. So much to see! Absolutely amazing!

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  7. OMG you are sooooooo talented
    hugs

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  8. Så nydelig, blir helt målløs. Dette må da være en drøm å kunne lage til en liten prinsesse :)

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  9. Wow.. very beautiful! I may have to take this on! I noticed the link to Tarastudio! I have been SUCH a huge fan of her work for years now. I was actually shocked when I learned that she had not been crafting long. She is such a talented woman! Her eye for detail is unreal. I can see why you guys would have a common ground since yours is as well. She also loves, like you, to make 3D type stuff. But when I saw this post and the castle with all those pearls, all I could think was how it reminded me of her work. I actually joke with her that she should buy stock in wherever she buys all of her pearls!

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  10. This castle is gorgeous! Anne , you are so talented!

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  11. WOW
    as always your work leaves me speechless. I don't know how you do it but each and everything you do is beyond breathtaking. G45 should pay you way more than just the usual DT stuff because you are worth every penny. I love how you share this with the rest of us. THANK YOU>

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  12. OH! MY! GOD! This is absolutely magnificent!! I am seriously drooling over this!!! Going to try to follow the tutorial and make one for my granddaughter!!! Thanks for the tutorial and for sharing!!! LOVE LOVE LOVE IT!!

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  13. WOW WOW WOW!!!!!!!!!!! This is truly amazing and you are very talented and have a fantastic imagination. Thank you for sharing this beautiful project with us.

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  14. Your projects are always amazing! Do you have an art degree in your background? (Probably a dumb question... ; )

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  15. This is so magnificent! I am amazed by the detail and the beauty of the paper art. Thank you for sharing your ideas and details on how you constructed this beautiful project.

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