Alice in Winter Wonderland

December 18th, 2009 in member junk     
MakinItHappen MakinItHappen, member
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For this project I used:
Piece of old pink foam board
Blue tissue paper
Old sliding glass door from hutch
Painters tape
Fake snow
Tree and deer from Salvation Army
Skater ornament from Goodwill
Antique metal rabbit I already had
Lucky for me, the pink board and the glass were almost exactly the same size. I taped the tissue paper around the pink board before putting the glass down. Then added the snow, leaving a hole for the ice.
For this project I used:
Piece of old pink foam board
Blue tissue paper
Old sliding glass door from hutch
Painters tape
Fake snow
Tree and deer from Salvation Army
Skater ornament from Goodwill
Antique metal rabbit I already had

For this project I used:

Piece of old pink foam board

Blue tissue paper

Old sliding glass door from hutch

Painter's tape

Fake snow

Tree and deer from Salvation Army

Skater ornament from Goodwill

Antique metal rabbit I already had


At first I had just the deer, and my daughter pointed out that they were much too large in proportion to the skater. So I decided to add the (giant)  rabbit and call the skater girl Alice in Winter Wonderland!


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, seasonal, metal, wood, glass, fun, paper

Comments (5)

shabbychick writes: This is so cute! And, I love Alice's little winter wonderland!!!

Kathy Posted: 11:36 am on December 23rd
fellowjunker writes: So adorable!
xojanis Posted: 3:47 pm on December 19th
SnowmanHill writes: This is so cute, and Alice can stay out and skate all winter.

Merry Christmas!
dana Posted: 9:20 am on December 19th
frstyfrolk writes: I love it, Great idea for ALICE!

Smiles, Cyndi Posted: 10:23 pm on December 18th
Prior writes: I love the skater and the way the pond looks. My daughter and I both have a problem when we go to Goodwill, because we want to group things together and put matching cups with their misplaced saucers. Lezlee Posted: 10:02 pm on December 18th
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