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Saturday, December 31, 2016

Snow White's Refusal

Snow White had it hard: a wicked stepmother who was so totally consumed with being the fairest of them all that she was willing to do anything to make that happen, including poison apples. Who wants to deal with that?

Here's an altered Altoids tin I decorated to celebrate Snow White refusing that bad apple. I used an old image (Snow White with blonde hair!) and a fairy tale insert frame to highlight the scene. Silver tinsel, silver glitter, snowflake sequins and Diamond Dust help to make this look like a frosty scene. Can't you just imagine Snow White's refusal: "Bitch, Please!" She is definitely not interested.

Some sticks from a twig vine garland are attached to the sides and woven together on the top for a woodsy scene. The snowflakes were attached to the sticks with just a little touch of white glue. The tin stands on some birch slices, all stacked up.

Here's a nice view of the side, so you can see how the Fairy Tale inserts frame the image.

And the back. I kept it simple, because the front has a lot going on!
Good for Snow White for standing up for herself. For a complete list of supplies, click here!

1 comment:

  1. Pretty cool! I love that you used a scene less than pretty! Great image and love the twiggery(is that a word?)
    Jackie ")

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