Recently I sold ,Ms. Gloria at Happy To Be Gloria , http://wwwhappytobe.blogspot.com/ , a Wedding Dome. She has a post on her Blog right now about that adventure. You see, it was lost in the US Postal system for almost 30 days. It did finally get to her and was not broke, which I can hardly believe. Well- she just loves it. Before that, Ms. Vanna from Delusions of Grandeur, http://delusionsofgrandeurblog.com/ did a very beautiful blog post all about her Globes De Mariee and told a wonderful story about the history of these Wedding Domes. So all this attention to Wedding Domes got me thinking and I got busy today and made my version of one. I used a dome that I have had for awhile. It is a very old Wedding Dome from France,but it was rather plain and simple inside. So I took all my treasures and put them together to re-create a wonderful,( I think it is), Wedding Dome.
|My old French very plain Wedding Dome.|
|My collection of goodies.|
|Can you see where I am going here?|
|Antique Tambore Lace curtain panel|
|Hand Painted Victorian Minature of a Lady|
|My little French Bride and Groom Wedding Cake Topper|
|A Velvet Hat Flower.|
|A piece of a Victorian Wedding Dome.|
|My Re- Created Wedding Dome.|
|I really like the way it turned out. I ususally do not like to make over Antiques, but I think this was a good thing.|
I am so sorry everone but I am not selling this dome right now. Please don't hold it against me. I know, I know, But I just can't help it!!!!!