Saturday, March 21, 2015

The Disastrous Tea Party...or What Really Happened to Marie Antoinette

Alpha Stamps has been having fun with the theme "Marie Takes Tea" this month with lots of food and frills. There is something about playing with tiny things that is so appealing!
Those teeny little cakes and trays of sweets are adorable.
I made up a little story to go with all those tiny things, but I'm afraid poor Marie doesn't fair very well..........

































The title medallion is from the digital French Labels Collage Sheet. I put it in Illustrator and scaled it up to the size I needed for the front of my box, printed a fancy typeface for the title and hand-colored the piece with copic markers.
I did the same thing for the inside story medallion.
































There was a lavish spread of delicious food.
























And quite a glittering crowd emerged to partake of the festivities!
























They really enjoyed themselves.....
































































































But alas, all good things must come to an end.
































































Oh, Marie, Marie.
You always were a little light in the brains department!

Click HERE for links to all the fun supplies!

Supplies List:
Bo Bunny Vintage Double Dot Paper (both sides) in
Passion Fruit, Pink Punch and Shadow.

Marie Takes Tea Collage Sheet
French Ballet Costumes Collage Sheet
French Labels Collage Sheet

8x8 Heavy Chipboard (for the table tops)
Wooden Finial Chess Pawn (the top piece x 3)
Thin Loop Dresden Trim in White (from the White Dresden Border Sampler Set)
Mini Rose Buds-Pale Pink
Diamond Stickles
Mini Strawberry Cake
Mini Heart Tart Cake
Alice Pink Eat Me Cookie
27mm Resin Tea Party Heart Doilies (green)
Ceramic Cupcake Bead
Beads from kit (scattered around the tea table and used to embellish the tags a bit)
Brilliance Pigment Ink Pad-Galaxy Gold
Vintage Photo Distress Ink


Addition:
White Paint
Brass Bead (used for vase of rose buds)



6 comments:

sheilaAR said...

Love!!!! So fun and whimsical...a much better ending than the real story. Brava! xo

Nichola said...

Hilarity! So much fun :)

Kristin said...

Too funny! I love this!

Deb~Paxton Valley Folk Art said...

LOL, that is wonderful Lora, you are too hilarious! Wonderful and brilliant creations!

Susan ~ Killam Creative said...

...I die! Haha!

Shannon Cooper said...

I've read this a dozen times and it still slays me! Haha, so great!