There were doors all round the hall, but they were all locked; and when Alice had been all the way down one side and up the other, trying every door, she walked sadly down the middle, wondering how she was ever to get out again."
-- Chapter 1, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
This month's challenge is to use a door or doors, and preferably for the door or doors to open and close so we can see what lays beyond! While it is not required that your project include Alice in Wonderland, we do encourage it. If your project features Wonderland you will get two chances in the prize drawing instead of one!
We are thrilled to announce that The Octopode Factory is our March sponsor! We are celebrating because Lily has moved into the world of rubber! That's right - RUBBER STAMPS! Lily started with her quirky digital images, and she has gifted the design team members with some of her wonderful Wonderland digital sets. Most of the digital images we will be using are those that are now available in rubber.
One lucky winner will win a $30 gift certificate for digital images from The Octopode Factory's Etsy store! Enter by Friday, March 25 at 8 p.m. Eastern time (GMT -5:00) and a winner will be announced on Sunday, March 27. Show us your DOORS!
I want to personally Thank Lilly for donating these images for me to use I enjoyed each and every one of them!
And now for some inspiration from ME!
This project is brought to you because my other one.......decided to drink my 60 ounces of diet coke!
Yep, you know what they say.......don't put your projects where your drinks are!!!! Because evidently your projects get thirsty ans absorb all of the liquid you give it and MORE!
So this is what I came up with on short notice......Not so original
BOOK OF DOORS
Mushrooms, I did some drawing to get those. Imagine that, me drawing? Then colored with colored pencils and watercolor pencils.
He is so cute, in that oh so original Octopode way!
got pissed and said off with her HEAD!
(Who named her the Queen of Hearts?, that's what I want to know)
Of course the White Rabbit is always running around telling everybody
YOUR LATE! YOUR LATE!
We had to stop by and get some potion!
Again a little drawing was done here.
A door with in a door. Check out that mini door handle.
Who could it be?
Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum.....ho hum!
And finally Alice has been found she is in the last door.
Along with the quote that we are working from.
Last look at the cover.
What did I learn from this journey? Put your POP on the other TABLE!
Because it is a late night and early morning working on a whole new project!
Hope you enjoyed my lesson!