Friday, 18 January 2013

 
Victorian Ladies Dresser
 
Well here is my take on a Victorian Ladies Dressing Table.  I really loved making this project, it was at one time a broken picture frame, which I found at a thrift shop.  The lady at the thrift shop was about to toss this in the trash when i said noo!! I can save that! She smiled at me and said ok great if you want it just take it, no charge!  So I brought it home and gave it some TLC, and this is the result. Take a look at the close up pics and you will see some vintage perfume bottles I made from Beads and a lovely little lamp to light up her table also made from beads and chain from my stash. I used Prima Nature's Garden and Almanac paper, with some Maya Road Tulle trim along the bottom of the dresser.  You will also see a small compact, ladies hand mirror, fan and some wee little Wild Orchid Craft Flowers to finish it off.
Of course, I also used some gorgeous Crafty Emblies on here as well, and as always it enhanced my project. The dresses, Passion sentiment, vintage telephone, mini dressform, gloves and hangers fit right in with the theme of this piece.
Please take a look and let me know what you think, feel free to leave a comment below, thanks for stopping by today!
 
Front View
 
 



          TOP & SIDE View

I used the beautiful Crafty Emblies Dresses on the side, as every Lady needs her Dressing Gowns at the ready.  Her gloves lay on the top of her dresser, and her vintage telephone is ready for a call from someone special!

Front View


Minature Perfume Bottles made with Beads
 
Mini Victorian Lamp made with Beads and Chain

 
Close up of the top and Front, the Drawers actually work!