Even though these handmade gifts are a bit late getting to the birthday girl, I'm hoping that my hardwork makes up for it. I really wanted to make this little girl something very special to which I think I accomplished.
S is for Sarra, who turned five this past February. I'm very pleased with how this turned out. Decoupodged with a vintage look I found in scrapbook paper. Modge Podge added the seal and sparkle. This letter is adorned with a sparkly teal blue tulle hanger for her room!
"La petite de reine drame " means little miss drama queen in French of course. What little girl isn't a drama queen? This turned out a little differently that I had hoped but still very cute. The next time I make it I think I will just change a bit of the embellishment.
Finally, I really love this Marie Antoinette box and plan on selling this in my Etsy shop. However, there will not be a cake on the top. The next one I make will be completely Marie Antoinette with some vintage buttons or costume jewelry, and feathers too! I used bubblegum pink paint and sparkled each individual portrait or Marie. I think the cover would look great in a pink german glass glitter, which I will do next time.