Isn't this illustration STUNNING!!! It's by Miro Meguro “DRACULA” February, 2011. I dearly love that scratchy woodcut illustration look. And the Dracula in this image is so dapper I find myself swooning as well.
I recently had a custom order for a pink tiara. If you follow my work you'll know that's a little out of my comfort zone. But I'm really happy with the color pink I came up with. It looks adorable! So I might just have to add it to my tiara line.
My dear friend Nacreous Alchemy sent me this image to cheer me up. I had just counted the days to Halloween and they are many!
Well... I should have cleaned up my studio, but I made a pretty necklace instead. I will have to clean it up eventually. It's starting to become difficult to find things. But for now I am just to lazy.
Isn't this poster ADORABLE! It's called La Cité des Enfants Perdus / The City Of Lost Children (Jean-Pierre Jeunet, Marc Caro, 1995). And perfectly sets the mood of the story. DOn't get me wrong I love how dark the movie is, but bringing a little childlike imagery to it adds even more to the story.
I just happened to be strolling around on pinterest the other day and happened upon this image. I kept thinking, wow that really looks like it's from the movie "City of Lost Children." But the caption said Steampunk castle, or something like that. After a little digging, turns out I was right it was from the City of Lost Children. I loved that movie so much. I think I'll track it down and watch it this weekend.
I'm so excited! I was finally able to see pictures of the White Party that took place in Palm Springs, CA on 4/27/2015. The reason why I'm so excited is that the organizers of the event contacted me and wanted me to make a tiara for Kelly Osbourne. She was going to be crowned Queen of the party that year, and they wanted a crown that suited her style. Doesn't she look AMAZING!!! I know you can only see the tips of the clock hands through her hair, but I really don't care because her hair looked FANTASTIC so I wouldn't want her to change it for the world! (for more pictures of the event click this link).
EJPcreations is a mad scientist of a woman specializing in creating tiaras, necklaces, and fascinators, with a noir, and gothic flair. All adornments have a hint of vampire elegance, a dash of Steampunk bravado, and plenty of Neo-Victorian sensibilities.
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