Tuesday, March 02, 2010

Curiouser & Curiouser...shop update!!!

Anyone else beyond excited to see Alice on Friday? Looking down the rabbit hole...check out my treasures of wonder and curiosity


What could be inside??
This wonderful story inspired my biggest etsy shop update ever!


For some more Alice inspiration, these are absolutely amazing!!!

9 comments:

snowbear said...

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!

snowbear said...

What a wonderful Victorian Tin!!!

Fabulous Finds Studio/Boutique said...

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

Faerie Moon Creations said...

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

Cassondra W. said...

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!

Ellie said...

Wow, great pics and love the fashion
possibilities. Your tins look beautiful; i love tins!

My daughter's birthday is Friday; we hope to go! She will be 14!

mrs mediocrity said...

I just wrote a post about the "rabbit hole" here, http://www.mrsmediocrity.com/?p=385
I actually forgot the movie was coming out so soon but I am looking forward to it!

Meander said...

LOVE those tins!!! Going to favourite them on etsy now! :)

Merci-Notes said...

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