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Catching up on French-themed items. And a table…

Filed under Art Projects, Back in Stock, Marie Antoinette, Miniatures, Teri Calia

This table. I was looking for a replacement for the table with drawers that Teri Calia used in Marie’s Boudoir Shadowbox, below (no luck on such a beast with drawers) BUT I found this versatile white table. I think that scalloped side decor would work well with a French scene like the one Teri designed.

Note the painted brass fan and boxes from the Tiny Little Fashion Boxes Collage Sheet in that scene — so sweet!

And the Glass Pitcher from that project is also back in stock (used as a vase with pale roses).

See the supply list from Teri’s project (still quite a few items available)! You can view more photos on Teri’s original blog post (but note: that was from 2015 — long before we moved to the current site, so the product links do not work… use this supply list instead).

What is NEW today?

These new (or back-in-stock) items are mostly French-themed (sourced with the current Ephemera Queen Kit in mind).

Paper Flowers on SALE!

At least 25% off on EVERYTHING in this collection! Includes things like mushrooms, twiggy garlands, pearl stamen, too!

Psst: Anything on clearance in this collection is marked down to 50% off!

The sale ends at midnight PST, MONDAY night, March 15th.

See the sale collection here!

Marie’s Boudoir Giveaway!

Ah, there’s a photo of Teri’s entire project!

EVERYTHING in Teri’s Supply List is included in today’s Giveaway!

I’m only highlighting a couple of the NINE items in the supply list/Giveaway:
Tiny Paper Roses – Pink Cream Variegated (and on sale!)
More Marie Antoinette Collage Sheet
Large Brass Fan

Note that the shabby chic turquoise metal box Teri used as the room box is long since sold out. But that big flourish on top reminds me of the Large Patina French Crown Charm, so I’m including that as a substitute!

I’m also including the other 2 items shown below as extras not in the supply list! (Subs for a teacup/plate for pastry, and a close match for the candle on table.)

To enter the Marie’s Boudoir Giveaway drawing all you have to do is leave a comment BELOW on this blog post TODAY or TOMORROW (the deadline is 11:59 pm PST, MONDAY Night, March 15, 2021).

Don’t forget to leave your (hello!) correct email address, too, so I can contact the winner; your email address does not need to be made public. Note: I’m offering free shipping, too, but only within the USA. International shipping will still apply.

Please be patient! Spammers try to post crap here a lot so comments are moderated. So if you don’t see your post in the comments section, be patient and check back in a few hours before re-posting it, please!

Now a question for you: see that frothy resin frame around the portrait of Marie? I’m just guessing but I’d say it’s about 2-1/2″ tall. Is that a size/style of oval frame you’d be interested in?

Who won The Egg Artist’s Workshop Giveaway from the last newsletter? That would be Sandra Golbert! Congrats! Check your email for info. (And a reminder of that colorful artwork is below.)

Posted by Leslie, March 14th, 2021

27 responses to “Catching up on French-themed items. And a table…”

  1. Kim R says:

    I love anything Marie! This shadowbox is so cute! So french! So Marie”

  2. Judy Adamcyk says:

    Great little fans and candlesticks!

  3. Ann F. says:

    The Boudoir shadow box is amazing!

  4. Kat C says:

    Love this!

  5. Debora L says:

    I love how she used and modified the table. Great project!

  6. Jo says:

    This is so pretty – i love the pink and blue colors!

  7. Deenie H. says:

    Ooooo La La! Would love a Marie tin sitting on my dresser! Lovely project!

  8. Deb says:

    zut alors! Love the shabby chic table full of goodies.

  9. Sue O. says:

    So royal and romantic!

  10. Jen R says:

    I love Marie! That frame size is perfect!

  11. marilyn says:

    Beautiful little scene!

  12. Jaimi B says:

    That frame is perfect for the Marie collage images!

  13. Barbara Griggs says:

    It would be fun to try to replicate that scene in a different tin; love the way patina colors look with elegant pastels! And yes, a frame like that would be a great resource. The kitchen table looks very versatile, too.

  14. jean marmo says:

    What a lovely scene! So many fabulous details!

  15. Karen Mallory says:

    Love this scene! I think the frame would be perfect for tons of my mini projects.

  16. Janet M Turner says:

    I love the beautiful colors. The little teacup is adorable.

  17. Laurie S. says:

    Oh,my the Marie box screams French!
    Ooh LA LA! Love everything about it!

  18. Jackie says:

    C’est Tres Belle!!

  19. Diane says:

    Another just too cute

  20. Caroline says:

    Love anything French!

  21. Denise Bryant says:

    I’d make a little scene that would remind me of my Mom! She loved hat boxes and pretty things on her dressing table!

  22. Janet says:

    This is so cute, loving the Marie, French, romantic theme anything!!

  23. Anne S. says:

    Love the size of the frame. I could see many uses for it!

  24. Tristan Crane says:

    What a cute scene and wonderful supplies!

  25. Joyce Skinner says:

    This is super cute. I could use it in many ways with my other collections.

  26. Nancy says:

    Ooh! Count me in! I am such a Marie fan!!

  27. Lana Adams says:

    oui, oui, pick me!