I have always loved a good book with a lot of imagination, and there has never been one quite like Alice In Wonderland! I wanted to create something special for one of my friends that was Alice themed, but couldn't find anything out there that had the Alice meets Shabby look that I wanted, so I decided to create what I needed myself. I took an old Vintage book illustration, that I found and did a digital redraw in to bring out the lines and Alice's sweet face, then did some digital coloring to enhance it. I then did some of my chunky glitter painting on her to gussy her up in my own "beautiful with an edge" style, and turned her into a die cut, so that I could cut her out.
I loved how she turned out so much, that I have decided to create some so that you too can own a little touch of Alice. She comes in 3 different size variations that you can find in my store. The larger 4 1/4 x 2 1/2 inch size is perfect for layouts and projects that are of the larger scale, The medium 3 1/4 x 2 inch size is perfect for cards or tags, keepsake & book boxes like the one that I included so that you can see how she looks on a project, and the small 2 x 1 1/4 inch size is perfect for miniatures and ATCs.
Vintage Alice In Wonderland Embellishment 4.25x2.5
You will receive 2- 4 1/4 x 2 1/2 inch sized Alice Embellishments with this listing.
Because I care about quality, Card Stock & Papers are Acid-Free & Lignin- Free. Printed on a Professional Printer using Epson Ultrachrome K3 inks which are archival safe, permanent inks. This produces archival prints with amazing color fidelity, gloss level, and scratch resistance as well as a finish that is water and medium proof.
*I have included a photo of an altered Wooden box that I did as a Design Team Member for the Scraps Of Elegance Kit Club, that features one of these Alice In Wonderland Embellishments for inspiration and so that you can see what they look like on a layout.
I have also included a photo of a Wonderland Altered Beautiful Board 3D Purse With Small Shelf By Terry Nelson for inspiration and so that you can see what this product looks like when used on a project.
You can find the video for this project by Terry here: