Sunday, April 3, 2011
In Search of Never Land...
Hey guys!! I hope you’re all having a great weekend so far! I made this gown the other day. It’s made out of a cream eyelet lace that I got for $1 a yard. You can’t really tell in the photos, but in the front and back it has these almost wedge type things that make the skirt full-looking.
I’ve had this photo shoot idea in my head for the longest time and I’ve finally just now got around to doing it! It kept raining on and off, so I kept having to make mad dashes back to the house before my camera got wet and I got a couple of weird stares from passing cars. Haha. But overall it was a lot of fun shooting this one and I'm pleased with the way they turned out. :)
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The photos and the dress are so beautiful! You're always such an inspiration to me.ReplyDelete
You truly are an inspiration! So talented, beautiful and not just a little quirky = amazing!ReplyDelete
Its been said before, but my gosh you're an inspiration, not to mention talented!ReplyDelete
where did you find a boat, and how on earth did you sail it a field?!
Lovely post x
this is so beautiful! you seem to live in such an evocative, atmospheric place...ReplyDelete
Wow, I thought you were going to say the dress was a vintage find. Beautiful. The photos are super cute, especially loving the second one. heheReplyDelete
Both the photoshoot and the dress are seriously amazing!ReplyDelete
Did you make your own pattern for the dress?
Your incessant creativity is inspiring.ReplyDelete
I love the mood of the photos! You have such great ideas.ReplyDelete
Thank you every one!!ReplyDelete
Brighton Peach: Thank you! Haha it was quite interesting let's just say that. Lots of work too. I spent about 4 hours putting together the sails for the boat. I used old sheets for the sails and broom sticks for the masts. You can actually see part of the broom in the far right. Haha.
MissBlack: Thank you! Yes I did, it's pretty easy to make. You know those bat-wing shirts? It's basically the same out line, but with some slight variations and details. :)
I really love the photo ideas! It seems like it was fun even though it rained on and off.ReplyDelete
These pictures are gorgeous... & the dress, of course!ReplyDelete
I'm from Indiana but I moved away. Your photos make me homesick, but in the best possible way. Probably next time I drive by Indiana fields I'll be looking for a boat :)
these images blew my mind. mesmerizing and hauntingly beautiful you re a true artist xxxReplyDelete
Love this shoot. Wonderful :)ReplyDelete