Tuesday, 8 June 2010

Marie Antoinette Closet...










er Royal Closet


Create a closet fit for a Queen.






Imagine what Marie would keep inside her closet.
Shoes, of course, fans perhaps, dresses, maybe even a place for cupcakes!!
An image of Marie in some fashion,
the possibilities are endless.

The example is one of my own creations..
made for a swap with a lady named Dawn.


Alter a hinged box, (example is a cigar box) into a closet.
Glam up the outside Inside, a shelf can be created from mat board or balsa wood.



In creating the inside, keep in mind a few things.
One, you will want it to close completely.
You may wish to keep the size between 6" and 12" to keep your postage reasonable if mailing.
Be sure to sign and date it somewhere :-)



I used:

cigar box
printed pc images,
hand dyed muslin
gold stampings
gem
stickers/transfers
ink pads - Altered Element
heat gun - Altered Element
embossing powder- Altered Element




Enjoy making your own closet
Love & light
Trace
oxoxo




7 comments:

In the Light of the Moon said...

There is so much to look at here..truly inspirational.Warmest Regards,Cat

icandy... said...

awwwww, i
love you dearly!
thank you, sweetheart... i've just lost that feeling... :(
you are one phenomenal woman and your creations are breathtaking!!!!
HUGS AND LOVE TO YOU!!!
oxo
cj

jasmoon-butterfly said...

lovely ladies, thank you :-)
Special Christina that feeling will return in magical abundance!!!
Hugs & love to you too my beautiful friend (((xxxxxxxxxxxxx)))

The Sparkly Fairy said...

This is absolutely beautiful x

Kim said...

Hi Tracey! Thought I'd pop in and visit your blog. Thanks so much for the invite to the FB artists group. That was so sweet of you! I love your dolls and your MA Closet is just gorgeous! xoxo

Bella said...

Hello Jasmoon Butterfly... What a fabulous box! So richly colored,, love the doiley and tattered muslin ribbon closure!
This will make me keep my eyes open for cigar boxes:-)
Bella

Ayala Art said...

it looks absolutely beautiful!