Thursday, April 22, 2010

my first my creative space.

weeeee this is my first 'my creative space'
in truth i didn't really know what it was about... i had to get brianna to explain it to me...
yesterday i had the day off uni AND work so i took the time to, not do homework as was desperately needed, but to get a little creative!
my dresser has been boring me, it's so bland and plain and absolutely dull!


so i spiced it up a little, got my hot glue gun out and whacked up some new bright ribbon around the mirror, pinned up some pearls and stuck up about a million little pictures of pin up girls.
i love these pictures, some of them are a little risque, but i kind them kind of nice as all the girls aren't stick thin, curves were definitely in back then.the pictures came from a 365 day desk calendar i bought about 5 years ago and they are all gil elvgrom's work. cutting them all out was probably the most tedious thing i've ever done, but well worth it :D


now if only i can remember to get some blutack next time i go to the supermarket, maybe i can cover the rest of the walls of my dresser.

check out other my creative spaces here...

6 comments:

Kirsty said...

The girls look great. Hooray for not stick thin models.

Megan said...

lovely idea! nothing like something original and you like to spice things up - and procrastinating from uni work is always a plus :)

Jill and Michelle said...

The pearls look great! Fab idea with all those lovely girls!

squareby said...

That looks pretty nifty, nice and colorful. I didn't have classes today either ... so I spend my time wandering around blogger land. At least you're being productive!

midge said...

hooray for glue guns

Kellie Christie said...

Definitely a great way to spice up your dresser. I love illustration in that style and I agree curves are hot!