Friday, October 4, 2013

New Larger Dress Form

This is going to be a long post with lots of pictures. Go grab a cup of coffee or a water or a soda and enjoy.

I finished another dress form and I would like to share it with you.

So here we go.
 Here she is looking straight on. So many little details for you to see. I used Tim Holtz's new material called Eclectic Elements. I love it, the quality is very nice. Would love to make a quilt out of it.
 Here is a side view of her. Her corset was made with grunge paper. I really love the way it turned out. I tried to replicate a real corset. Of course I embossed it and stitched it together then added the distress inks to make it look like leather.
 A little more turned so you can see the hinge, also the lock opens.
 Here is her back side. I added a stamp to her shoulder to make it look more authentic.

 Here is a close up.

Another side view the corset has a area to carry her magic stones.
They are citrine stones.





 Close up of her stamp

 Here is her other side, she has found items and new items all around her corset.



 She even has a looking glass.
I truly hope you enjoyed her as much as I enjoyed creating her. I love to alter dress forms and she was larger then I normally do. I loved every minute of it.

Lots of Tim Holtz element on this form, I think it would be fun to count how many items I used.

Thanks for stopping by and if you have any questions please ask!

13 comments:

Chris aka Scrappylassie said...

Donna- you are always amazing and this latest creation is awesome! I must study her for awhile to take in all the details. Loved her collections! Tim will be amazed how you used his goodness. Thanks for sharing!

Claudine C. said...

Wow, wow and more wow!! I love it and that dress you made is amazing!! What a fantastic piece!

Lisa H said...

Cool! I really love the Tim fabric and all the details.

Marjie Kemper said...

Fabulous! Love all the metal on her legs not to mention the gorgeous new TH fabric. You must smile every time you pass her.

Cathy Y said...

I saw this posted on new pictures before I even saw your post. It's fantastic - great job!

Dorothy said...

Amazing!

GramAunt Peggy said...

WOW! I love the way the grunge worked! I have tons from a recent "garage sale" at a scrapbooking shop. Now I have this idea which is triggering several others as well!

GramAunt Peggy said...

WOW! I love the way the grunge worked! I have tons from a recent "garage sale" at a scrapbooking shop. Now I have this idea which is triggering several others as well!

Hetty said...

Absolutely a wonderful creation!

Winnie said...

Just awesome! Thanks for sharing your creation!

diana said...

this is freakin gorgeous!!!! i love it!!

kittycandypaper.com said...

Oh My Glob! How rawarsome! =^_^=

Anonymous said...

WOW! Absolutely breathtaking!!!