Hello there. It is a bitterly cold and windy Thursday here in New Hampshire. It is not suppose to stay in this deep freeze for too many days; that is the good news. But this cold for even a day is too cold for my taste. They are saying a high of 12 degrees Fahrenheit or so (or around -11 degrees C) and then add a wind chill to that.
I am back today with more of my Alice in Christmasland story and art.
I left you yesterday with Alice following the rabbit on a quest to find the Queen.
I created the painted tree and the castle ornament on the top page. I also painted Alice walking through the doors into the castle., except for the checkerboard piece which is some paper and the gold crowns which are also paper.
On this page below I used some polka dot paper as well as some playing card paper. I also used some stickers and a chess horse metal charm with the little loop cut off.
And then we get to meet the queen.
I left the page white and then added stamped tissue paper. I cut out more cards from the same paper as the cards on the last page. Then I used gold paper to create the royal bits on the page, as well as the queen's crown. The queen herself is another Studio Light/ Art by Marlene paper punch out, but I dressed her up with some glasses and some crown embellishments as well as some shiny little heart stickers.
That's as far as I am going today. There's still more of the story, but as I am pre-writing this last night, that's about as much s brain is going to let me do. It's been a busy week since I'm (as well as probably most other teachers) wrapping up material with the end of the year holiday break coming.
Once again, I will link my storyup to Yvonne's words and numbers challenge at Art Journal Journey
Have a great day.
And thanks so much for visiting again.