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Tuesday, 10 March 2015

dream a little dream of me....

Actually, that would probably be more of a nightmare lol
Life is still a bit hectic and my mind is using dreamstate to survive, so this month
Challenge #42 from Quoth the Raven "Dream on" is pretty much on the nose for me.
Mr Poe's Dead Bride looked like she was getting a bit stiff sat up in a chair, so Hortense ordered a day bed for the poor young thing. Now she can dream of her beloved Poe in comfort :D

This was a fun project, made from recycled boxes and card tubes...
 a little re-modelling for "style"...
 bound with words of romance and adventure...
 shrouded in the black of night (or pall of dead, take your pick)
 delicately strewn with flowers....
 grown over with the greenest moss....
 trimmed with elegant black lace.
 Perfect for a young lady to dream away her days...or death...take your pick :D

Hope to be catching up with everyone soon 
Enjoy :D XXX
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11 comments:

  1. WoWZA !!! How fabulous this is :-D I love how you made the couch :-D THANK you for coming over to play at QUOTH THE RAVEN. :-)
    I hope your life becomes a little less hectic really soon.

    IKE xx

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  2. ME TWO! I want a daydream bed! You always AmAze Me! XoDebi

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  3. OMG you are so talented. I love the fainting couch (that is what I call them. Thank you for the instructions. You did an awesome job. It doesn't look hand made at all. Very professional. Thank you for your suggestion on my blog.

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  4. Gina, you always make me smile!!! Brilliant!!! Big Hugs ;o)

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  5. This is so unique and clever! Poor dear did need a resting place..above ground..I guess you could say? Wonderful job! Thanks for sharing with us at Quoth the Raven this month..can't wait for next month's make! ~Nanette, DT~

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  6. Another remarkable project, Gina! I love that you shared how you made the "resting couch" and the other coordinated pieces of furniture. Another room, and another amazing "make," my friend! So glad that you are sharing these with us here on the QTR challenge blog. Kay Wallace, DT

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  7. Dang! It's amazing you can transform some simple cardboard items into such a pretty thing!

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  8. Dang! It's amazing you can transform some simple cardboard items into such a pretty thing!

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  9. How cool - that's a fantastic idea. Great piece.

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  10. Oh my Goodness this is amazing!! what a fabulous transformation. Thank you for joining us at QTR this month xx

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