Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Victorian Room Lady

I found this dress form lady but it was very plain....soooo I wove netting around the whole dress....It really didn't take that long but I liked the look a lot better.......
Then I took some of my "VERY OLD JEWELRY" that I haven't worn in years and put it around her neck.....I also had an old broach and bracelet I put around her neck......
It sure brings back some sweet memories of my old jewelry.....

I hung a small purse with some roses.......
and on the back of the form I put some silk roses and tied a bow with netting and ribbon and hung a crystal from the bow.......
I have her in my Victorian room....
just looking pretty......

19 comments:

Neabear said...

That is a really nice way to dress up a dress form. I like it. It would work in a sewing room too I guess. What fun!

Theresa @ Take A Sentimental Journey said...

When I seen your lady,I thought of that country song "Fancy " for some reason. She IS fancy now. Too cute !

sharon said...

Mo, wow, the dress form could not be any more charming. You have a real talent for finding wonderful treasures, but your real gift lies in what you do with them once you get them home. WOW!!! love you, sharon

mishebe said...

Love it. mishelle

Margie said...

I love what you did with this dress form! Very lovely!

Becky said...

Hi Mo, designer, and creator of all things beautiful. What a beatuiful thing to do. I bought a small dress form in silver for my shop and I took new vintage looking hankies and hung those on the skirt part. But the hankies are gone and now I know exactly what to do with it because of you.
Hugs
Becky

ROSE VINE COTTAGE said...

Wel she probably feels less naked now! It looks so pretty and I also love those mercury glass candle holders you had on a previous post!
Thanks for the visit!
Hugs~Kelly

tales from an O.C. cottage said...

Perfection!!!!

M ^..^

Somewhere In Time- Christie (yardsalequeen) said...

Hey Mo! This is gorgeous and you are so creative....what a wonderful way to display your beautiful treasures too. I love it!
xoxo,
Queenie!

Becky said...

Hello again my friend,
Just stopped back to see what you are up to.
On Saturday one of the blogs has a Tablescape and Recipe party.
I wanted to encourage you to participate. Blogland needs to see what you would come up with. And selfishly I need your inspiration for Eufaula.
Hugs for your day
Becky

KatCollects said...

Wow, she turned out beautiful, I absolutly adore her!!!
Kathy

lynnie said...

Each time I visit your blog, Mo, you continue to amaze me in what you create out of love and treasures. I love your dress form lady, and I knew you wanted to do another one of these...but WOW, she is spectacular! Time for me to come visit in person and see everything you have created! LUV you and your precious site. lynnie 9-25-08

emily said...

Wow! What a great job you did on your little lady! It looks wonderful!
emily

Debbies-English-Treasures said...

HELLO MO...

I`M SO VERY SORRY FOR NOT REPLYING TO YOUR 3 LOVELY COMMENTS THAT YOU HAVE LEFT ON MY BLOG!
I SO APPRECCIATE EVERY SINGLE ONE... AND I`M FEELING REALLY GUILTY FOR NOT REPLYING TO YOU SOONER!
I WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER YOUR SUPPORT TO ME WHEN I WAS NEEDING IT THE MOST!
I`M GOING TO ADD YOU TO MY FAVORITES ON MY BLOG TONIGHT... BECAUSE YOU ARE!
AND DOING IT SO... I WILL BE ABLE TO SEE WHEN YOU HAVE NEW POSTS... AS IT SEEMS THAT I HAVE MISSED QUITE A FEW!
I`M OFF NOW TO CHECK THEM OUT... I LOVE WHAT YOU HAVE DONE WITH THE MANNEQUIN!IT LOOKS SO DOLLED UP!
IT SUITS HER P.E.R.F.E.C.T.L.Y!

KISSES

DEBBIE MOSS

(FROM ENGLAND)

BY THE WAY... I HAVE SOMETHING FOR YOU ON MY BLOG!

Joyce said...

Your dress form lady turned out just beautiful!!! You did a great job!

Lola Enchanted said...

How pretty!!!!!

Ronda said...

How pretty that is. You have a good eye for things Mo. :)
Love & Prayers,
Ronda

marmee said...

very nice how you dressed up the girl! very creative of you.

ROXY said...

I love this dress form!! What a great find. It really adds a wonderful feminine touch to the room! Thanks for sharing:)