Friday, April 03, 2009

Tinsel Queen, Is she a Doll, A Tree Topper or a Hat?
Tinsel Queen! 3
The Tinsel Queen is all three, she is a tree topper who sat on top of my pink christmas tree in my studio this past winter, then Queen Tinsel sat on top of my wire dress form, a just a doll, finally becoming a hat for the day at a small gathering I had, theme: Dolls in Wonderland.

Queen Tinsel was made from a a basic cone shape, and vintage doll head image from my own collection, which was photocopied and layered onto thick card stock, cut-out and attached to the top of the coneTinsel Queen! 2 Now I added aged tinsel(Watch my You-Tube Video of aging new tinsel), then I attached the tinsel to my cone and sprinkled with my fave glitter: Antique Silver Glitter from Martha Stewart, followed by crepe paper, more aged tinsel, vintage trims from Tinsel Trading, German Glass Glitter, more Antique Silver Glitter from Martha Stewart Glitters, vintage pearl buttons, Dresden Trim and more dazzling items, I found searched for in my studio.
Tinsel Queen! Wand

The Tinsel Queen is the Queen of Tinselville and ready to spread some vintage magic to all, her castle is made from the finest tinsel from Germany, and her wardrobe is exclusively designed by Pixielust Designers of Paris, and her wands are designed by C.L.Pufflewiff. If you ever come to Tinselville please stop on by the castle!

For full instructions on how to make Cone doll hats perfect for your holiday trees, dress form tops, centerpieces or well, your head, lol, visit the full instructions in my new book: Altered Art Circus, under the Marie Antoinette Soiree Project!

I hope to see some of your stylish doll hats soon!
Magic and Joy!


SarahD said...

Lisa she is so beautiful how wonderful xx

Elaine A said...

Lisa -

What a beautiful, majestic Queen. I bet the Royal Court and all her subjects adore her? She looks to be a fair and kind Queen.

Elaine Allen

StampinMom said...

Tinsel Queen is such a doll ;-) Love that she can be more than one thing!

Jamie :-)

faerie enchantment said...

I love hats and dolls, so mixing them into one is so much fun, and it can take on many adventures!

Gossamer Creations said...

She is so cute. I will have to check out your You-Tube video. Have a wonderful weekend.

twinkleshabbystar said...

She is FABULOUS!!! Your creativity just blows my mind!! You know I will always be one of your #1 fan!!!XO,Jenn

Tecu'Mish said...

She is just lovely and what fun! I have your fabulous book on its way to me know....can't wait to devour it!!

Geralyn Gray said...

I just posted pictures on my blog--I put them on facebook when I woke up at 2am and realized you were looking for them there.