I posted a box earlier today using this same pattern. This one is completely different and I love how it turned out. First, the dragonfly paper is from a DCWV stack by Susan Winget, called Nature. I cut it to size and tore the edges. Then I used antiquing gel to distress the edges. The paper underneath is from the same pad. I edged it with gold Stickles. I strung some Mill Hill beads on #12 pearl cotton and added a butterfly bead. The flowers are from Wold Orchid except for the tall purple....thing. That came from the floral department at Hobby Lobby.
This picture shows the lace I added to the sides. Also, you can see that I used the antiquing gel again on all the edges of the sleeve and drawer.
I embellished the drawer with a bow (from my stash), some stick pins with beads from my daughter's stash and a Wild Orchid rose. The bottom is also embellished, but for some reason the computer would not upload that photo. I used the other corner of the dragonfly paper that has an orchid-like flower. I added a bead to each corner to act as feet and, of course, my custom stamp that I edged with gold stickles this time.
I would like to enter this box in the following challenges:
Wild Orchid - wings
The Shabby Tea Room - doilies/lace
Thanks for taking a peek!