Lilibet’s Window

Hello, Happy New Year!!

I’m back from my Summer holiday and I’ve been busy and have so much to tell you!!

First of all, I’m going to share with you some photos of my window display at Skyring Architects in Bardon, Brisbane. The photos are not as good as I want, as it was a very bright day yesterday so there was a great deal of reflection so I’m going to go back on a not-so-bright day. However, it will give you an idea as to what I’ve been doing in my long holiday.

Window display2-Lilibet Stanley

I decided that it was an ideal opportunity to show off all that I can do with paper and thin card so the table that you can see is made from Canson 240gm card, glue and some small stones inside the table legs to make sure it stays in one spot!

Window display1-Lilibet Stanley

The team at Skyring Architects were so lovely to deal with and I’m very thankful for this opportunity to show my work. My bespoke “Tuscania” artwork is in pride of place in the window. The print is available in my Etsy shop, the original artwork is made from hand-torn paper using pattern inspired from European Gothic architecture.

Paper table-Lilibet Stanley

The table took a lot of patience and sore fingers from cutting but I was pleased with the result!

paper garlands-Lilibet Stanley

My Paper Garlands are going to be for sale on my Etsy website in the coming days.

Greetings cards-Lilibet Stanley

So are my Greetings cards!

Well, it’s good to back into the day-to-day of normal life and I’m looking forward to sharing with you my my trip to the beach, the country and everything else!

Until next time.

Lilibet

 

 

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