and here is the front in more detail:
(sorry having trouble, not sure why this is a bit fuzzy!)
So I started with this wonderful quote, from stampers anonymous classics #8,which was also on my post here..
Once in a while, Right in the middle of an ordinary life, Life gives us a fairy tale.
I started by taping all my insides of the box together and then painting the whole thing in a cream coloured paint I also did this for the insides of all the compartments.
When dry I over stamped with music script stamp from ephemera backgrounds from Artistic Outpost ( fast becoming a real favourite) in vintage photo distress ink. I also edged the edges...if that makes sense with vintage photo DI too Then let the fun begin as I set to with the decorating .
Now, the insides..I added lots of goodies, corrugated hearts and bottles ( full of loose rock candy glitter! ) with little labels and one crackled .
a fractured doll, distressed by coating in rock candy crackle clear, leaving to dry..and rubbing off some and then I added some butterfly wings and a twirl of wire ( rude not too!)
Some hearts cut out and layered for thickness and crackled with picket fence distress crackle , with vintage photo rubbed in.. and some lace of course!
These boxes are so fun to fill full of goodies, in whatever theme and colour way takes your fancy!
Well there is still a week to go so make sure you pop across to Frilly and Funkie and see all the wonderful heart and lace creations and maybe pop in an entry yourselves. All the products I have used from the wonderful Funkie Junkie boutique are listed below and Linda has lots of other yummy goodies to choose from too!
I am entering this for the following competitions:
love and romance @ http://panpasteluk.blogspot.co.uk/
love and hearts for sunday stamper @ http://pinkleart.blogspot.co.uk/
have a fun and inky one!