After a little over a month it is FINALLY DONE!!!
I have always loveeed Alice in Wonderland, even the cartoon Disney version (even though some of my friends think it’s really creepy haha). They never really showed Mad Hatter’s workroom (only a little glimpse of it in the recent movie) so I wanted to make one based on what I think it would look like.
I have to say, the part I love most in the entire room is the sketches and crumpled paper part =]. It was so fun thinking up hat designs and making the little pins to pin the sketches to the wall. I also *heart* the mini purple chair ^___^ it’s sooo cuteee.
The hardest part is probably the tiny stool. GAAHHHH the legs kept falling off (since it is made from wire, so thin it wouldn’t stick right)!! X_X…and it was hard to shape the wood into a circle. I tried cutting it with scissors and apparently too much pressure made the wood crack *siiigh* sooo yay in the end, I drilled tiny holes into the bottom of the wooden seat and applied some glue to the tip of the wires to keep it in place.
All in all, I hope you guys love this piece!! I had sooo much fun making it (even though it took me forever…and I lost motivation halfway through…and had artist’s block…and *complaincomplaincomplain*) ^o^.
materials: polymer clay, fabric, thread, paper, sworovski crystals, wood, rocks
Hope everyone is having a great Thursday! So if you have been following my blog or dA, you might have seen my posts of my Mad Hatter workroom piece. Well it is close to done but I need help! I’m kind of stuck because I feel like the walls should have more things but I can’t seem to think of what else to put.
Here’s a WIP so far. I need to add stuff onto the mantle and walls mostly.
What else would you expect to see in Mad Hatter’s workroom? What items should I add?
So previously I bought some plain white boxes for my products on Etsy. I thought it was too plain if the box was white so I custom ordered two rubber stamps. I ordered them from rubberstamps.net and I think they did an awesome job!
I ordered the stamps on April 9th and received them in the mail today (April 13th). Not only was the company fast in making and shipping out my stamps, the quality was also amazing!
The wood on the stamps is really smooth and the designs are exactly what I wanted. Finally, I think the price was pretty reasonable, it was not crazy expensive to have custom made stamps. The stamps cost $16.90 + 3.95 for shipping, which totaled out to be $20.85.
I’d order from this company again in the future if I need anything else =]. Below are a few pictures of the stamps and what it looks like on the boxes. (I need to buy a new black ink pad though >.<).
The SmallCreations stamp measured 2” x 2”
This stamp (above) was .5” x 1.5”
Each box will be stamped like above with a light blue ribbon around it.
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Hi guys! I haven’t posted in a few days because I have been busy making another room! Since it won’t be done for maybe another week or so, I wanted to post a WIP photo of it. Keep in mind that it is not even halfway done yet so there is going to be tons of improvement still! =]. Can you guys guess what this is?
I always loved Alice in Wonderland so I decided to make Mad Hatter’s Workroom. This is my interpretation of what it might have looked like. (The beige things in the corner are hat stands, which I have not hatted yet!) Hope you guys like this!! =]
Hihi everyone =]. So today I had a 40% off coupon for Michael’s so I was browsing and saw these cute boxes. Since I recently opened an etsy store, I wanted some cute packaging for when I ship out the items. So in the end I bought the boxes and this beautiful light blue sparkly ribbon! Here’s a picture of what it looks like (I accidentally cut the ribbon too short to tie into a ribbon ^_^;;). I have to say I really like the blue on white it’s so cute! I might get a customized stamp made too with “SmallCreations” on it so that I can stamp it onto each box hehe.