Oh Kari... such awesome Alice in Wonderland pages!!! I am so excited to see this movie.. I will probably be going on Friday!! they say it's a little on the dark side though... possibly a bit scary for the little ones.. I am not sure.. but I'm going to find out!! Of course i don't have little ones to bring along.Thanks for sharing all the wonderful inspirations!
What a wonderful Victorian Tin!!!
I never liked Alice in Wonderland as a child but this movie looks fabulous! The costumes look to die for!Have a fabulous day!Julie
Hello! I just discovered your blog. And to answer your question...YES, I am very excited about the movie. The items you've created in celebration of Alice are gorgeous. :) I made your shop a favorite. Cheers! Theresa
I can hardly wait for the movie! No one in my family wants to go see it, so while the kids are at school I am sneaking off to the theater! Love your post, the tins have a very fairy tale look to them!
Wow, great pics and love the fashionpossibilities. Your tins look beautiful; i love tins! My daughter's birthday is Friday; we hope to go! She will be 14!
I just wrote a post about the "rabbit hole" here, http://www.mrsmediocrity.com/?p=385I actually forgot the movie was coming out so soon but I am looking forward to it!
LOVE those tins!!! Going to favourite them on etsy now! :)
Oh my! Looking down the rabbit hole is a bit of a fright to me! But a swap with a tin for the container is a sure winner? ? ? :)I do agree ~ the set looks wonderful and inspiring!xo,Mary
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