Friday, July 24, 2009

Celebrating Alice in Wonderland

Because I'm so very excited about Tim Burton's "Alice in Wonderland," I've decided to celebrate by posting a few "Alice" related items that are on sale at Let's get into it, shall we?

First, we have this adorable cigarette case:
This scene is from one of the strangest scenes in the "Alice Through the Looking Glass" book. It features the Dutchess and her baby. This gorgeous solid stainless steel case measures 4" x 2.75" x 1/2". It has a strong latch and a spring-opening mechanism. This adorable cigarette case will cost you $9.99. You can get it here.

The next item is a pencil case, featuring Alice, the Cheshire Cat, the white Rabbit, and the March Hare. It's a great item for all of you school-aged people. The pencil case is $8.00 and can be purchased here:

Wonder what you're going to be this upcoming Halloween? Why not the Queen of Hearts! You can run around screaming "Off with their heads!" this year and look great doing it!

Here's some info from the seller on this item: This skirt will be made of over 300 – 600 yards of the highest quality, softest tulle in red with white and black detail down the front. Attached to the front are a sparkling trio of red hearts. Around the bottom, the skirt is trimmed with smaller black hearts as well. Included with the dress are a variety of cards (all hearts, of course!) that can be clipped anywhere on the skirt, in your hair, or even attach it to a necklace or pair of earrings. The crown and wand pictured are NOT included.

If you'd like to purchase this item, you can click here to access the page. The tutu goes for $85.00.

Next up is a cute little necklace that's inspired by the White Rabbit's obsession with time. Ever wonder if he has OCD?

This White Rabbit charm is super cute, and at $21.00, it's quite a steal. You can get it by clicking here.

Last, but not least, is some featured Alice artwork. I love art, and this is a great, yet affordable piece you can hang on your wall; a definite conversation starter:

This work of art is a 9 x 12 acrylic on canvas. $25.00. You can get it by clicking here.

There are tons of Alice related stuff on Etsy, and in the upcoming weeks, I'll scope them out and post them here on my blog. Happy Etsy hunting, everyone!

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