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Friday, 27 December 2013

You shall go to the Ball



We went to see Andre Rieu in Concert last week in Glasgow. At one piece of music he had a Ballroom as the backdrop, which reminded me of the film Cinderella and the carriages bringing them all to the ball. My friend had also sent me a picture of a Christmas Decoration and the 2 things combined together, my Inspiration was  now complete to start my project.

I used a Cheery Lynn doily die to cut out my main images and backed with beige paper, edged with distress and sprinkled with Glamour dust.





The front of the carriage I layered a piece of acetate behind. For the rear of the carriage I stamped an image and built up frame as shown in photo as wanted to give the effect of 3D and to be a Snow Globe in the centre.







I stamped a Christmas sentiment and layered on to the back and built my carriage up and added finishing touches from craft stash.





Other products used were - ribbons, pearls, acetate, bazzill paper, stemplegede christmas stamp, potting soil archival ink and scorpal tape.



Hope everyone had a good Christmas and received some lovely new Craft Goodies. Julie x

I wish to enter this into-http://cheerylynndesigns.blogspot.co.uk/ Anything Goes.
                                       http://craftylittlefairieschallenge.blogspot.co.uk/ Anything Goes.

14 comments:

  1. Such a magical creation and so delicate with that beautiful stamped girl taking centre stage.
    What a beautiful source of inspiration to create this romantic carriage.
    Wishes
    Lynne

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  2. Your Cinderella carriage is absolutely gorgeous, Julie. You have put so many creative elements into it. Hope it has 'pride of place' in your home.

    However, although you have listed Crafty Little Fairies Challenge Blog, you need to actually create a link to us in order to be eligible for a prize.

    Thank you for entering our challenge at Crafty Little Fairies, and we would also love to see more of your beautiful creations in future challenges.

    Hugs,
    Jennifer. x

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    1. Oh Jennifer, Thanks for pointing this out. My husband has only started my blog about 4 weeks ago and still learning and forgetting things. He has now sorted the problem and hopefully I can qualify for entry now.
      Thanks for the kind comments, Julie x

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  3. Julie, this is stunning and so very clever. Good luck and thanks for joining in on the fun at Cheery Lynn Designs challenge.

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  4. Oh wow this is such a beautiful Cinderella carriage...what a fun idea!! I really love your blog too. This makes me look at dies in a totally different way and I think that is great. Thank you for joining in on the fun at Cheery Lynn Designs this week and good luck hugs Amy ;-)

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  5. How very pretty this is Julie! I just love your gorgeous design!!! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Cheery Lynn Designs for our challenge this week!

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  6. This is fantastic! I am inspired to try it myself! Thank you for joining us at Cheery Lynn Designs Challenge!

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  7. What a beautiful and amazing card. Love how you create the carriage using the doily only.

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  8. Hi Julie,

    Yes, you definitely qualify now. Your carriage is so beautiful, it would have been such a shame not to be eligible for a prize.

    As for your blog only being 4 weeks old, you have done very well...it is such a different world in blogland, but it is also lots of fun. When I started out in April 2012, would you believe I did not even know how to get my piccies from my camera into my computer!!!! Come on....hop up off the floor....I bet you, and lots of others are rolling around laughing. lol. I too have a fabulous husband, who helped me out so much.

    Good luck,
    Hugs,
    Jennifer. x

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    1. Hi Julie , Have been looking at your blog excellent. Wish i could do
      as well as you. You have done well. Take care
      Isabel

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  10. Hi Julie ....This project is so pretty, your mum told me you were good but she didn't say how much. I wish you all the best in you blogging adventure and may all your dreams come true xx Christina
    http://flowersribbonsandpearls.blogspot.co.uk

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Thanks for visiting, I love to read your comments so I know you have stopped by and look forward to visiting your blog.

Julie x

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