Saturday, October 15, 2011

All Dressed Up With No Place To Go

Hello friends :)  This sweet little dress really does have a place to go as she stands in our bedroom and keeps a watchful eye on any activity!  OK..she has no eyes which is probably ok.  It might be a little freaky if she did...LOL! I made her using strips of newspaper, water and flour, Black Magic Glimmer Mist, Twinkle Toes Glimmer Glam by Tattered Angels.  May Arts Ribbon and bead trim. The crystals are Prima.  It's all held together with Glue Arts Ribbon Adhesive and Hot Glue Gun and Glue Sticks!  The dress is full size and stands about 3' tall.

AND
My sweet friend from Germany, Valerie, sent me these beautiful gifts in the mail.  Aren't they beautiful?  Thank you and I love 'em all!  She is an amazing Artist and makes the most beautiful Journals!

9 comments:

Marilou of Lulu's Lovlies and Heartful Creations said...

Nice post, yes Valerie is an amazing artist! Have a great creative week! Hugs Marilou

Cheryl said...

oh jan,what a beautiful post gosh hun there is nothing you cannot do and each post is always different and so exiciting too,you sure are one inspiration hun beautiful gift you recieved from your friend too,hugs cherylxxxxx

craftattack said...

Love your dress, great piece! Glad you like the things are sent, you are most welcome! I am in bed today, got a bad cold! Valerie

artistamyjo said...

This one is a treasure Jan and your goodies are to die for. Lucky you!
Hugs

Lill S. said...

Stunning creation :)
Wish you a nice weekend :)
Hugs Lill

Audrey Pettit said...

So gorgeous and creative Jan! I didn't realize how tall this dress is! Wow, what a fabulous statement it makes. Just LOVE it!
Enjoy your new goodies. They look so fun!

Ana Márquez said...

It's very beautiful! Thanks for your kind comment. Hugs!! :-)

Sharon said...

Wow that dress is really something. How lucky you are to receive such awesome goodies from your friend!

Regina aka Mrs. Ham said...

This is truly a piece of art. It almost looks tranparent standing in front of that tree. Love it...