Monday, October 11, 2010

Hallowe'en In Wonderland, Alice's Tea Party

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!


Sandy, Sisters of Season said...

Hi Cheryl, This year, since Dave passed away, I really haven't been up to making anything new for the holidays .. maybe pretty soon. Neat stuff, Sandy:O)

Cheryl said...

Nice job. Although you sure gave yourself a tough job trying to edit out drug references in Go Ask Alice!

I don't create or decorate.

KleinsteMotte said...

You did an interesting project. For an unknown reason I have never been fond of the Alice in Wonderland thing..

Chatty Crone said...

I don't have anything like that. Gee you did a wonderful job on that. And I have to say I loved this Alice with Johnny Depp.


^..^Corgidogmama said...

Y'know, I saw this paper online when I pre-ordered Modern Homemaker from October Afternoon.
I just did not have the vision I guess. Your project is fantastic.
Dad burn it, one day, on the weekend, I am going to get down to that shop and meet you woman!
It's on my bucket list!
Your talent is growing and growing.

Princess of Everything (and then some) said...

You have seen mine! I am going to make more pumpkins today. Maybe some coasters for the girls at work...and maybe a tray.

Or I might just take a nap.

Laurie said...

Wow, this is so cool!!!

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