I survived. It was bewildering at times and downright weird at others, but I made it through 3 1/2 versions and only switched off two others (including the one with Scott Baio... yikes).
As a result, I have a few projects to share with you today. I used a lot of Alpha Stamps collage sheets and I'll include a separate list at the end for each project, just to keep it straight.
I've done the fussy-cut on many character pieces, then outlined with brown brush marker to give dimension.
The collage sheet card stock is sturdy, but most of the time I reinforce my bits with left-over board.
I love how Alice is peeking in the background.
I built up a layer of foam adhesive to adhere the white rabbit to the back of the tin.
To make scenic tin backgrounds a little easier I have a clear acetate shape to fit the inside. I keep it in my tin box for just this type of situation -- I wanted to include Alice and the hill for my background. You can sort of see it in this photo.
The next project is a wee (and I mean WEE) faux book box with my favorite characters: Cheshire Cat and Caterpillar.
Croquet Tin Collage Sheets Used
Alice Plays Croquet Collage Sheet
Alice Covers Collage Sheet
White Rabbit Collage Sheets Used
Alice Book Cover 2 #1264 (dreaming Alice)
Alice Herself (chasing Alice)
We're All Mad Here #1657 (rabbit)
CS China Cabinet House Wallpapers (follow the white rabbit)
Faux Book Box Collage Sheets Used
Alice in Wonderland Dominoes Collage Sheet (Caterpillar, This Way/That Way)
Alice Plays Croquet Collage Sheet (background, mushrooms)
Thanks for your visit today!