Alice in Wonderland is an age-less story that just about everyone loves. I know I do.
I saw the recent release of the Johnny Depp version. I loved it. Graphic 45 jumped on the band wagon with Hallowe'en In Wonderland, Alice's Tea Party line of papers.
I made this altered book for Papertrix, which is the shop in Nashville, IN where I work part-time and do some design work for.
The "Down the Rabbit-Hole" ephemera shown here was from an ad I found in a magazine. In her hand, I placed a real key.
I used some of the words from the Jefferson Airplane song "Go Ask Alice." I tried to remove most of the drug references since young ladies are often in the shop, looking at the books. I did my best, but that song is filled with drug references.
I love how Graphic 45 made Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dumb pumpkin heads! What kind of Halloween art have you created? I would love to see it!