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Monday, December 24, 2012

My Card Closet

I have been working on this for a while now, I am excited to share with you my closet of cards.

The closet is a standard sized A2 card box, I used Natural Composition DSP to line the closet and give it a natural wood look, some retired corduroy brads as door knobs and some ribbon to keep it closed. In retrospect, I would have made one door a little larger, to overlap and a temp adhesive or some velcro to keep it closed, but I was making it up as I went along.

 Of course every girl's closet needs a dress and an evening gown and these two beautiful pieces were a pleasure to make, I pleated day dress using some retire DSP and an embossed Brushed Silver Dress with velum pleats, both adorned with Pearl Basic Jewels.

 Next up, a pretty little embossed vellum nighty, kissed with some smooch spritz and a retired edgelits punch

A pretty set of pink undies and bra, embossed and trimmed in black lace (retired punch) . Below is a sexy little number in Very Vanilla, embossed in pink and trimmed with some lacy ribbon which will be available in the new Spring Catty.

A pretty little hat, also adorned with some trimmings from the new spring catty and lastly, no girls closet would be complete without a hot pair of shoes, embossed with clear embossing powder for that patten leather look.

What do you think about my closet? Leave me a comment for some blog candy, a free tutorial for the closet and all of its contents. Be sure to leave a comment by New Years Eve for the blog candy!

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Claudia said...

I absolutely LOVE the closet and all the contents. So fun!
Merry Christmas

Yvonne said...

Really cute, so creative

Karen said...

My niece would love that shoe card. Can you share how you made it?

Very cute idea of the closet with the cards.