Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Gypsy Boudoir...




I´ve ordered a shop a while ago, hopefully it will arrive before the weekend. As you probably already figured, I´m not good at sticking to one project at the time. Gypsy Boudoir is my lastest miniature idea. Today I´ve made a few thing to set the theme. The cushions are not miniature, but a picture I´ve saved long time ago for inspiration.

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  1. Your items look really nice :) And I was a bit reliefed to see you say that the pillows are 1:1 - I was getting green with envy as the pillows are fab and wondering how in the heck has she done those :D

    Hope that you get your shop,

    Ira

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  2. I love what you made! The colors and the combination of materials are perfect for the theme. Did you make the necklaces too?
    Maia

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  3. Love the stuff on the table! You should try to make the cusions you've got on the photo for the Gypsy Boudoir!

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  4. Merry Jingle... Was wondering whether I should tell a tiny story and take the credit for the cushions ;0) They are adorable, and I would love to shrink them...

    Maia... Thanks! I love the colors too :0) I sort of made the necklaces, they are bits and pieces from old broken jewelry of mine.

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  5. The Old Maid... Thank you :0) I´ll look for fabric to copy the cushions...if I can...

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  6. OMG - those cushions are gorgeous!!! Definately do-able with a little thought I think, just need to be broken down into their 'elements' - I wanna try too! I've saved the pic and I'm off now to do a google search for tapestry images....

    And of course all your other little things are so lovely Annie, I do love your style :)

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  7. Norma... Ohh...I´ll love to see what you can do with the inspiration... Remember to show me :0)

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  8. Annie, you did well to put the image of the cushions: have inspired good ideas at all! The project of Gypsy boudoir is fascinating and everything you've created bodes well! Among other things, are the same jewelry that I love bringing in my life 1 / 1
    :-)

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  9. Honey, if they turn out half decent you can have them!

    I'm really excited by the idea of a gypsy budoir by the way - as excited as I would be if it was mine!! Isn't this 'vicarious' living thru your friends great fun ;)

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  10. Hi I love all your boudoir bottles. May I ask where you purcased your jewellery findings?I am about to work on a witch's bathroom and have been looking for toppings for bottles etc
    Many thanks

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  11. Norma...I hope and believe they´ll turn out fab... Had to look up vicarious ;0) And that´s exactly what we do, we get nurished by each others ideas and projects.

    Janice...Thank you. Findings are mostly found in danish jewelry supplies webshops. But you can find a lot more interesting findings at Etsy...

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  12. Lovely boudoir bottles you have made. Mayby I should visit Panduro for a few hours to see if I am lucky. :-).
    P.S. I have saved your pillow picture for my little castle.

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  13. A Gypsy Boudoir sounds a fab idea and I thought the cushions were mini too! You'll definitely have to have a go at those and let us know how you get on.

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  14. Annie, Love all your little bottles and things, the amber colour scheme looks most opulent, you are going to have such fun with this project, and us following yout too.

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  15. What you already have for the gypsy shop is great. I can't wait to see how the shop will be and what else you're going to put inside.
    Geneviève

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  16. Reiko... I´ll love to see how the photo can inspire you. If your looking for findings I can send you some links for suppliers in DK.

    Irene...sometimes I would love to be able to just shrink the 1:1 world with some magic powder. I´ll sure have a go with cushions.

    Margaret... It´s always such fun when a new idea pops up in your head. I sleep and breathe Gypsy Boudoir these days :0)

    Genevieve... Thanks. I can´t wait to get the shop home and start planning on how to decorate the inside.

    For all gypsy souls out there, look at this blog for lots of beautiful pictures and lots of inspiration: gypsypurple.blogspot.com

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  17. Annie, its wonderful things, I sitting here with my mouth open and can´t get it closed again. Would love to be in that boudoir..and to make the pillows too!
    Love, Susanne

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  18. Thank you I will have a look on Etsy.

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  19. Wunderschöne Idee und toll umgesetzt!!!

    Liebe Grüße PuNo/Monika

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  20. Annie,

    The Gypsy Boudoir sounds like a fab idea! You are not the first to have more than one project on the go and you won't be the last! lol

    I love your perfume bottles, etc., wonderful colours. :o)

    Michelle xx

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  21. Annie, make sure you check your email, I have sent you a page of samples I will print on fabric for you (if you like them) to make pillows, etc for your shop :)

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