Thursday, April 23, 2015

A Vintage Journey - Guest Creative Guide - The Evil Queen's Vanity

Hello Everyone!

I am so excited to be here today and thrilled to tell you that I am the Guest Creative Guide at A Vintage Journey for their current challenge THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS, hosted by the lovely and talented Julia.

I knew the minute I heard the theme, that I wanted to do something related to mirror in Snow White, so I pulled out some pizza boxes, lots of Tim Holtz products and came up with this. I hope you enjoy my gothic version of THE EVIL QUEEN'S VANITY!





The four corner adornment pieces were molded with crafter's clay and antiqued with Tim Holtz paints Black Soot and Tarnished Brass. The gemstones were tinted with alcohol inks. The charm is from Tim Holtz Idea-Ology and I stamped the sentiment with an alphabet stamp then covered it with UTEE and cracked it.


For the bottles I used the Tim Holtz faux cracked glass technique and alcohol inks to colour it. The feather is from the Sizzix Feather Duo die set. The scroll was crumpled up, stamped with Ranger Coffee Archival ink and the script stamp from the Urban Grunge stamp set. I rolled it around some toothpicks and glued spacer beads to the ends.





My Gothic Evil Queen vanity started off as a pizza box, like many of my projects do. For the inside of the vanity, I painted the cardboard with a combination of Tim Holtz paints Fired Brick, Pumice Stone and Aged Mahogany. I used the Gothic stencil and some texture paste to apply the pattern and covered the paste with Ranger clear embossing powder while it was still wet.

After the paste dried, I heated up the embossing powder and used it as a resist so I could attack my panel with sprays and keep the texture paste white. I used Tim Holtz Fired Brick, Pumice Stone, Walnut Stain and Tarnished Brass until I got the look that I liked.


The pillars were made with little boxes folded from the pizza box and some Kraft paper wrapped around my Swiffer handle!! Some crafter's clay moldings and waxed cord for texture. The flowers were also made from Kraft paper, coloured with Fired Brick distress spray and cut with the Tattered Florals die.



The leaves were cut from Tim Holtz's Garden Greens die and coloured using Peeled Paint and Forest Moss distress ink sprays. The pillars were highlighted with Tarnished Brash around the molded areas.






The mirror frame was cut from Tim Holt'z Ornate frame die and I used the distress glitter technique with Tarnished Brass glitter and Black Soot distress ink to give it that aged metal look. The letters are made from coated metallic paper, covered with UTEE and cracked when cooled. A little Walnut Stain was dropped between the layers and allowed to pool. This is the same technique that I used for the glass in the mirror.


I am entering my Evil Queen's Vanity into the following wonderful challenges:



That's it for today. Thank you for stopping in and for all the amazing comments. I read and appreciate every single one! If you have any questions, please let me know.


104 comments:

  1. OMG!!! This beautiful creation totally takes my breath away Pamellia!

    This must have taken you a long time to plan let alone create this. I bow to you my Lady Pamellia - you are a queen when it comes to recycling something into another something that is so totally gorgeous and wonderful.

    You might be able to tell that I love it! Karen x

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  2. Agreeing with Karen here, breathless and jaw on the floor. This must have taken you a long time and it is the most amazing thing i think i have seen you create, WOW!!!

    I have enjoyed seeing the pizza box turned into something so very evil yet beautiful, thank you for the tutorial and the inspiration. Yes, you are Queen of Grunge recycling :-) xxx

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  3. So, so cool Pamellia! and you made the columns too! Love the vines and flowers - the little scroll and wonderful cracked mirror! A beautiful creation!!

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  4. Holy smokes...this started out as pizza boxes??!!! Pamellia you are AMAZING!!!! This is utterly FABULOUS...I'm looking through all your instructions and WOW you are such a CREATIVE MIND!!!!! I am in AWE!!!
    Take care,
    Beth

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  5. Amazeballs Bubbles! This is just so perfect for the evil Queen and so well devised. The details are amazing and using your Swiffer handle was Genius! i just really love everything about this pizza box transformation! Splendid make! Hugz to you muffin!

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    1. DT mode now: Awesome way to upcycle the pizza box and your flowers are splendid! Thanks for joining us at Mixed Media Mojo and SanDee&Amelie's Steampunk Challenge.

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  6. OMG!!! Love this.!..every bit of it!

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  7. This is truly amazing! You are a very talented artist!

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  8. Oh Pamellia !!! beyond any doubt.......you are the fairest of them all !!!

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  9. wow your project is amazing. As I am writing this we are having an earthquake [No, nothing to do with your project]
    Scary, rocking and rolling but no damage. Sh....... second one in as many days.
    Now, where was I, yes your amazing project I can look at it for ages taking in all the detail. xx

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  10. Oh My- look at all of the wonderful details- that started out as a pizza box......how awesome that you show your process and how amazing to see the end- you are one talented lady! LOVE all of the amazing details!

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  11. Absolutely stunning Pamellia, love everything! Congrats on your guest DT spot! Hugs, Valerie

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  12. Amazing!!! So many wonderful details including that 'cracked glass'. Totally love this Pamellia. Jenny x

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  13. Speechless Pamellia... all I can think is to write you a story of what came to my mind as I looked at your "fairest of them all" vanity. ONCE UPON A TIME... there was Royal Vintage Journey Guest Creative Guide that created a VANITY for The Evil Queen. Now if you listen to the tale bearers throughout the Vintage Journey Kingdom... it is said that Princess Pamellia from the Little Province of Craft Things.... has the kindest heart in the realm. She loves to spread good will and keep the kingdom a safe and happy place for creativity to abound. It is also said that she could turn a pigs ear into a silk purse with her magical hands. And it was true! THUS... Princess Pamellia created an intriguing and awe inspiring VANITY for the EVIL QUEEN who constantly spread spells throughout the kingdom to decrease creative mojo. It had to stop. Princess Pamellia mixed powders, pastes and dies in her cauldron adding sprinkles of glitter, utee and metallics. Her spell came to life. The VANITY shimmered and shone across the Kingdom for miles and miles. The Evil Queen was drawn to the sheer beauty of the shimmering light fearing that whatever it was... might possibly outshine her loveliness. After all - she knew she was the fairest of them all. It didn't take long for the Evil Queen to find the source of the mysterious glow. She could not take her eyes from the amazing Vanity with the most beautiful metallic mirror she had ever seen. Slowly she approached the Vanity - touched it - admired it - smelled the flowers and then.... the Evil Queen dared to hold the fabulous Mirror in her hands. She slowly lifted it to her face - believing it would confirm her status of fair beauty. The earth trembled as the mirror reflected what was in it's presence with great intensity. The Evil Queen looked into the mirror expecting to see her beauty but her vanity consumed her and she was taken into the deep recessed of the mirrors realm - trapped into the looking glass - to be seen no more. For you see.... the mirror reflects virtue and goodness but like darkness it absorbs the undesirable mojo so that only creativity will remains. Throughout the Kingdom, banners flew, trumpet blared, and feasts of creative yumminess began in honor of the victory the Princess Pamellia had over the Evil Queen. For today - in the land of Vintage Journey - Princess Pamellia is the FAIREST Creative Guide of the ALL!!!!!!!!!! j

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    1. Joi, I've got to come back and read your amazing tale when I'm awake! It's 2 am, and I think I'm hallucinating!

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    2. What an amazing story Joi, wow, you should get published!

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    3. NOW THAT'S CREATIVITY LADIES!!!!!! Joi, I think I like your story more than I like my vanity! Holy cow, you are a genius! Thank you so much for brightening up my day! big hugs :)

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    4. Joi, such a wonderful and brilliant story! As brilliant and amazing as this stunning Vanity! I adore it Pamellia! ~kim

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    5. Joi, your story is fabulous, you have a wonderfully creative mind!

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    6. OH! I have been transported back to my childhood and I LOVE it, Pamellia and Joi you make a great pair.

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    7. Joi, you have spun a mighty fine tale! Thank YOU for sharing your creative story weaving skills with us! It was lovely to read!

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  14. Absolutely stunning creation, Pamellia! It's breathtaking!! You are the queen of recycling! I love everything here! You arranged all the fabulous details so perfectly! So many amazing techniques! Brilliant, my friend! Thank you so much for the tutorial and a great inspiration! Bravo!
    BIG hugs :)
    Branka xxx

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  15. OMG Pamellia this is pure magical, what a stupendous work of art, I can't believe that this awesome vintage piece was made from a Pizza box, I am just blown away by your wonderful creativity, I loved looking at all the pictures the detail, as always, is outstanding.
    hugs
    lorraine x

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  16. Pamellia, I think I need to take a nitro glycerin tablet! Your Swiffer handle????? My good golly, girl! How in the world are you going to get up all that fur? Seriously, this is amazing, and I'm having to pinch myself to see if I'm awake or dreaming (it's 2 am, Wilmington time). I'll be back with a couple of pots of coffee in the morning to take in every detail. for now I'll just say those Mirror Mirror letters are to die for and that little scroll....ah! All I want for Christmas this year is .0001 percent of your amazing creativity! Hugs for now. I need to go scrape my chin off the floor and go to bed!

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  17. Unbelievable !! Its made out of a pizza box and you made that pillar from scratch ?? Your are amazingly talented ! I loved the whole Vintage look ,textures..SUPERB !

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  18. Indeed If there is one queen, that's you, Pamellia! you are unique. What a wonderful creation! I love all details and especially the columns...

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  19. It's a master piece Pamellia. At first i was kinda shocked because i am not used to you using such dark colors.
    But when i red the post and what the idea is behind it, i understood. And it is just awesome.
    Hugs Veerle ;-)

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  20. This is a magical project and I loved seeing all the things in detail. Difficult to believe it was made from such humble beginnings.

    Love Chrissie xx

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  21. Goodness Gracious what a talent you have Pamellia , you shine ! you should be on TV with all your ideas and know how . loving your creation i am really speechless .....
    Big hugs
    Elaine H X

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  22. Absolutely brilliant Pamellia, wow! I love everything about this amazing project (and the fact that it started with such basic materials) but my absolute favourite bit is the Mirror letters.... so, so clever!!

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  23. Fantastic transformation Pamellia, I love this. I love how you created the pillars and amazing piece of recycling too. I am hoping to join in with the challenge although I am cutting it fine for the deadline lol. The detail is amazing on this piece, love the mirrored lettering and the cracked monocle and mirror, Brilliant as always. Tracy x

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  24. Amazing! Incredible! A work of art! This belongs on a movie set!
    Have a lovely weekend, Pamellia! xxx

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  25. Fantastic Pamellia and so kind of you to show the process. Love the way you used the empty box but hope you've not been going through the waste bin again Lol! Angela X

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  26. Wow! Pamellia,

    Stunning!!! Absolutely stunning! I don't know where you get these brilliant ideas from but they are amazing. So much detail. Wow! lol! I'm stunned lol!

    Have a great day

    Love & hugs

    Jacquie j xxx
    http://jewelscardcraft.blogspot.co.uk/

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  27. Wow! This is fabulous, Pamellia. So much detail, it must have taken ages to create.

    Looks like I'm going to have to start eating pizza :)

    Have a lovely weekend. xx

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  28. Beautiful and exquisite creation made with gorgeous colours and goodies added to add to the beauty.xx{aNNie My Personal Blog}

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  29. I'm speechless! I really don't know where to start ... This is so creative and so amazing!! Well done Pamellia ... To have an idea is one thing .... to be able to translate it into something tangible is another ... I'm in awe!

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  30. What can I possibly say Pamellia that no-one else has said! All I can say is you really are an exceptional talent and alround wonderful lady and this is just mind blowing!
    Big awesome hugs
    Donna xxx

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  31. Oh Girl you are incredibly talented!!! Amazeballs from me too! My favourite are those fabby letters but all the stunning meticulous details blow me away. A tour de force indeed and wonderfully theatrical. So several repeat standing ovations from me. Take a bow! Nicola x
    Ps what is this swiffer that you speak of in your magical land?

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    1. A Swiffer is sort of like a broom for sweeping the floor, except the end is flat and covered with a sheet of a kind of fuzzy cotton disposable fabric. An amazing product!

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  32. Absolutely stunning Pamellia - ditto everything that everyone has said! Such a brilliant idea and so superbly created. Wow!!! Jennie xx

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  33. Oh my gosh! I don't think I've ever seen anything so amazingly creative and beautiful! Fantastic details!

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  34. WOW! Oh WOW! this creation is absolutely amazing.
    Love, love, love all the wonderful,work you have done on it.
    You are so brilliantly creative.
    Have a great weekend
    Patricia x

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  35. Holly Smokes my friend!!! This is one amazing work of art! A MASTERPIECE!!! Love all the details especially the vials and that little scroll!!! Stunning my friend, just stunning!!! The cracked mirror looks great!!! and that little piece of died cheesecloth is such a great detail! Love it!!! Pinned it :) Have a wonderful weekend!

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  36. OMGoodness, I am not sure where to even start with this masterpiece. I would like to spend some time in the creative part of your brain sometime just to see what I could soak up. I love all the molded bits and pieces (bringing my clay next time) and the text is incredible (on my list for next time - looks like there won't be much chatting). I can picture the castle with all the texture, the added elements and the colour palette. This is brilliant. BTW since I don't have nearly your creative mind, my Swiffer has no fear of being moved to my craft room and can continue to be at the ready for its intended purpose of murdering dust bunnies.
    Hugs!
    Cec

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  37. Words escape me, this is the most incredible piece of art possible, seeing how you put things together is so outside my thinking, I would love to have a tiny piece of your creative thoughts. A fabulously imaginative piece. And I said words escape me? what I meant to say was that words aren't needed, just a WOW.

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  38. WONDERFUL WONDERFUL!!! Love the letters at the top and all the guts...so much to see and love!!! LOVE how you mind works!

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  39. Pamellia! So so amazing, I love every single part of it! When I got to the pizza box reveal my jaw dropped! WOW! Gorgeous, I cannot find words as awesome as Joi's to express myself. Thanks so much for playing and joining the Recycling theme at Mixed Media Mojo!~kim

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  40. Wow you are the Queen of Creativity This must have taken days to create so much detail just amazing .

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  41. Absolutely stunning, you are the Queen of recycling.
    Thank you for sharing this with us at Stamps and Stencils,
    Yvonne xx

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  42. OMG. ...what's with you Pamellia. ..Joe foes your brain work? ??? THIS is so evil,lol...never knew evil could be so beautiful! Stunner. ..my favs are the pillar and those mirror alphabets are brilliant. Big hugs my friend.

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  43. What a fabulous evil but beautiful project and all from a pizza box !!! love all the details and embellishments you add and how you manage to make cardboard look like metal -fantastic attention to detail love the effect on the feather and mirror
    Carol x

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  44. Simply stunning and very creative Pamellia!! Enjoy your weekeend!

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  45. Wow Pamellia this is just amazing...such a superb interpretation of the looking glass theme. I LOVE it. The pillars with the roses climbing are so inspired. All the details are fabulous and I can just hear that wicked queen screeching as the mirror cracked. Amazing work and AVJ must be delighted with it. Have a lovely weekend, sending you some of our sunshine xx

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  46. a great guest appearance, Pamellia, and a brilliant make!

    Love all the yummy texture and tiny details there are to discover! Absolutely beautiful!
    Thanks for playing along with us at SanDee&amelie's Steampunk challenges (and for being brave doing your first steps at a little steampunk-ish fun). ;)

    Claudia x

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  47. I can honestly say I've never seen such an amazing project!!! What I'm taken most with are the Mirror letters and the mirror. I remember seeing that technique somewhere... love how you executed it! Truly, truly amazing!
    Big hugs, my talented friend!

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  48. I CANNOT believe that your stunningly magnificent, jawdroppingly beautiful piece of sculpture started life as a PIZZA BOX!! Mesmerising!! xx

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  49. Pamellia, do you even know how long I've stared at this?! Everything you create is spectacular, but when you do projects like this, they just defy words. What an incredible concept first of all... and detailed to perfect! You are amazing, my dear friend. All the texture, every element, it's just such an inspired project. (And I LOVE the colors!) Fabulous in every facet!

    Hugs and blessings,
    Karen

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  50. Seriously...I just need to put a soft cushion on the floor because every time I visit your blog, I fall out of my freakin' chair! Seriously UBER cool pillars and the whole dadgum thing has me in awe.
    You have a good weekend,
    Lisa x

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  51. WOWSER! WOWSER! WOWSER! I love your gothic version of this mirror.
    thanks for playing with us at Mixed Media Mojo challenge.

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  52. This is such an outstandig beautiful make Pamellia... you never case to amaze me!
    GORGEOUS!

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  53. So much creativity going on...good stuff, and well done!

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  54. Wow! This is stunning Pamellia, I never cease to be amazed by your creativity. Such a brilliant idea and design - your attention to detail is outstanding as always.
    Have a lovely weekend.
    Pauline
    x

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  55. I cannot think of more to say than - THIS IS AN INCREDIBLE PIECE OF ART !!! I love Joi's story too..... Hugs Anne xx

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  56. So sorry I'm late catching up, my longs days to work Thurs and Fri. Pamellia this is truly stunning, the detail, the thought, the time that you have put into this is just incredible! You are seriously THE most talented artist out there!!
    Hugs my lovely,
    Georgie xx

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  57. Wow, wow, wow! Totally amazing! I love how you started it all with a pizza box - great recycling! Everything here is eye-popping and jaw-dropping!

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  58. Wow Pamellia, This is absolutely stunning!! I like everything about it!!
    Kevin xx

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  59. WOW Another stunner from you!!! This one had me go WOW several times!! Such attention to detail!!
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia
    Cards Crafts Kids Projects

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  60. Wow Pamellia, how can your creations get even more stunning? This is amazing, I've been looking at it for ages and all from a pizza box...you must have been ages adding all the details to this, I love the little scroll unravelling from beneath the bottles...I have no idea where you get the time for all your fantastic creations, hugs Carole Z X

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  61. Pamellia, I am very impressed with every detail!

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  62. Hi Pamellia,
    oh this is so stunningly creative.
    My the work involved in your superb creations must take you ages.
    I am in awe of your fab designing skills.
    Congrats to you.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

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  63. This is amazing! Such a wonderful design full of stunning detailing.
    Hugs Sue xx

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  64. Pamellia this is totally amazing! All the details and design just blows my mind! So thrilled that you joined us at AVJ and shared all this talent! Love it, Pin it! Hugs and Happy Weekend!

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  65. Wow, Pamellia, I don't even know where to start with this!! It is absolutely one of the most creative and beautiful things I've seen!! I love every single detail you put into it!! Wow, wow, wow!! You are seriously amazing!! Love, love this!! Have a great weekend :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  66. Oh, this is so exciting and classic Pamellia. Wonderful creativity and I love the hint of the evil, the nod to the dark side.

    One of your best.

    Dionne xx

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  67. Utterly breathtaking, Pamellia - fairytale perfection - so many cracked glass and mirror elements weaving their spell - the ancient scroll - the wonderful mesh texture on the frame - the gloriously Gothic colour palette - it is truly amazing. Thank you so much for sharing such a showstopping creation with us on A Vintage Journey!
    Alison xx

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  68. Hi Pamellia
    My, this is a pure work of art. Its up there with the Halloween House (with a hint if sinister lol!)
    I'd pay good money to see what goes on in your head lol! Such terrific and cool ideas.
    Have a great weekend.
    Ang x

    Ps . . . . . How's those shares in Delissio coming along? Hahaha!

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  69. Goodness me! I don't know where to start - such an amazing array of techniques and stunning creativity. A remained in awe by the amount of detail you achieve, I don't know where you find the time to keep producing such stunning creations. Just sensational... Nikki xxx

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  70. WOW this is absolutely stunning Pamellia! I love the fabulous textures and all of the amazing details! A true work of art!!
    Hugs, Tammy

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  71. oh wow this is just absolutely fantastic pamellia.the detailing is out of this world and i love the gorgeous colours ;D

    xx coops xx

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  72. Pamellia, that is just spectacular! So many amazing techniques and attention to detail and the cracked UTEE is fabulous. You are the woman ☺ Congratulations on your AVJ guest designer post, so very well deserved.

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  73. Wow! This is amazing. Thank you for sharing it with us at Mixed Media Mojo.
    xxx Hazel.

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  74. Wow, Wow, And W O W again! I've been back to lust and drool over this Evil Queen's Vanity over and over, and promised I would be back to comment when I had a clear head. Well, from a sleep standpoint it should be clear, but every time I look at this I get dizzy from giddiness! This is just one of those pieces of yours that leaves me speechless! I just love all the ways you've gone about making this, from those magical UTEE mirrored pieces, to the texture on your Swiffer handle pillars! I will never look at my Swiffer the same way again!

    At closer inspection I am relieved to see that the Swiffer handle was used but not included in the final project! I was worried about the state of your fur balls! I also see you did not use Kraft Core (as I did, when I was wrinkling while you were posting), but made your own--of course! Talk about GENIUS!

    I could go on and on about everything I love about this, but have to get to work. May I ask one technical question? What did you texture the shaft of the pillars with? It's got me so stinkin' curious! You are a creative genius, and I'm so happy you share what's in your mind with us! You're a real sweetie, too! Huge hugs, my friend!

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    1. Thanks so much for your wonderful compliment Sara! Would you believe I used an escargot fork?? True story! Use what you have on hand I say! hugs :)

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  75. wow i adore this, thanks for joining us at That Craft Place hugs, kay

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  76. This is an amazing project Pamellia, It's hard to believe it started life as a pizza box. You have so much vision and creativity, not to mention patience and steady hands. Every little detail is perfect and the whole effect is just awesome xx

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  77. Pamellia - this is truly an AMAZING work of recycled, creative ART. Your talent in this area is ASTOUNDING! Thanks for sharing your wonderful creation with us over at Altered Eclectics...Smile

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  78. Wow another stunning creation Pamellia. I haven't been about much this week and must have missed this post on the day. You are so clever to create such awesome things from pizza boxes, crafters clay, inks and glue.
    Lorraine

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  79. Oh! This isn't fair Pamellia! I came on for a quick catch up and I've spent so long here-I already thought I'd seen it all over on A Vintage Journey…but I hadn't…everything I said there still goes…but….plus, plus, plus!!!!!!! Big Hugs, Chrisx

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  80. So pretty and creative. I love the cracked mirrow.

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  81. WOW this is fantastic. thanks for joining us at That Craft Place

    Stacey x

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  82. What a beautiful project, Pamellia - so many WONDERFUL tiny details tucked magically away into every nook and cranny! I marvel at your use of not only so many products, but at the color choices and textures you always achieve in every creation. This is beyond beautiful, and so soulful! xo

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  83. Oh, I don't know where to begin! There is SO much incredible detail to admire here and I am totally in love with it! Such an imaginative idea and perfectly put into practice. LOVE it!
    Rebecca.
    x

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  84. This is stunning Pamellia, so many little touches and so much to see, I especially like your cracked mirrors. Thank you so much for joining in with our challenge at Country View Crafts. Sue xx

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  85. So amazing Pamellia!! I love all the little details like the cracked letters and the mirror. The stencilled background is a stunner and that tiny scroll is just wonderful. I love your attention to detail. Thanks so much for joining us at Stamps and Stencils. Julia x

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  86. This is fabulous! So awesome! Love all the details and thanks for sharing the all the photos! Thanks for playing along with Mixed Media Mojo this month!

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  87. How do you so this?!!! I mean cannot even begin to think how you mind works when you design these :) I am amazed by those lovely little details :) I am in awe ....

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  88. Fabulous! So much detail. Wonderful!!!

    Thanks for playing along at Altered Eclectics.
    Lisa - AE DT

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  89. This is amazing as always Pamellia! Thank you for joining in with us over at SanDee & Amelie's steampunk challenge. Dee x

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  90. It's amazing what you can do with a pizza box. I'm now putting all the cereal and biscuit boxes on side, hoping that one day I will be able to make something useful out of them. And don't even get me started on those Pringles cans. I have plenty of those, but still haven't had the courage to do some mixed media with them. But I will. Soon! Right now I have another project that I need to finish asap (but last day is 29 May).
    Anyways ... I wanted to tell you that I really admire your out of the box thinking and crafting skills. This is utterly amazing!
    Big hugs! xx

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  91. Pamellia, This is absolutely amazing. I would never have guessed that you used Pizza boxed to create something this wonderful. So very inventive and fabulous recycling. I also loved the how to and seeing all the close up photos. Thank you for sharing this with us on Recycle, Re-Purpose & Re-Invent.

    Your piece is truly inspiring, :) Chris / CS Designs

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  92. One of the best and well thought creations I've seen in a long time. totally inspired and totally AWESOME!! Ruth x

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