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Friday, May 27, 2016

Alice Through The Looking Glass

I was watching QVC when they had Heidi Daus on ,love her jewelry and they were promoting and advertising the new movie Alice Through The Looking Glass. Well I was moving things around in the studio as usual looking for something and spotted this clock of Alice In Wonderland I bought years ago at a sale. It made me think of the new movie of course and I needed something to blog about so here it is. The movie just opened this Friday (today)

                                                                             

As a child the first movie I ever seen was Alice In Wonderland.It was at my school and it scared me to death and I started crying when Alice fell down the rabbit hole, It still haunts me because I can remember how scared I was. I was a little country girl never even seen TV yet( 1951)first grade . I did get to set by my teacher ,since I was the only child crying and scared. Also I was to young to go to school at age 5
 I was a delicate child back then haha ,really


I might go to the movie this weekend however I wanted to plant more flowers in my beds and paint a couple items. This is my fancy pink glitter bird by the clock, I moved it over to fancy things up a bit


I also had a cat to set by it not as neat as the cheshire cat in the moving
 This all looks very unorganized but it's not in real life haha humor me tell me i'm right ?
  I like the looks of the rabbit but not this old man on the clock face

So are you going to see the movie? Alice Through The Looking Glass? Have a good Holiday weekend stay safe eat a lot of good food





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19 comments:

  1. Never saw the movie, but enjoyed the feature you shared.

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  2. Oh my goodness, I can sympathize. The Wizard of Oz scared the daylights out of me when I was about 4!

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  3. Such a beautiful Alice in Wonderland clock! Certainly a collector's item! Thanks for visiting my blog after all this time and for appreciating my artwork so much and displaying a piece in your home!
    Have a wonderful weekend!
    Suzy

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  4. that really looks nice! Let us know how the movie is if you go okay?

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  5. The whole story always creeped me out: the Cheshire cat, the Queen of Hearts...all horrible characters.
    Deb

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  6. What a fun posting Janice. I do recognize several things I used to sell at my shop including the clock! Very cute.

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  7. I like the clock except for the old man pictured on it. Nice photos. Have a great weekend.

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  8. Oh I do love your clock! My granddaughterand I are going to the movie and we are planning on doing a Alice tea this summer. Thank you for sharing!
    Nancy

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  9. Oh I do love your clock! My granddaughterand I are going to the movie and we are planning on doing a Alice tea this summer. Thank you for sharing!
    Nancy

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  10. Morning, such a sweet little clock, love your wonderful touches.Blessings Francine.

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  11. Your clock looks so pretty with the things you have around it...love the candlesticks! I think a lot of the stories for kids are scary...even now! lol Hugs, Diane

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  12. I feel so enchanted by your old clock, my dear Janice, I haven't seen the movie yet, but I so love this story by Lewis Carrol, I love it even much more since I've discovered that Alice was a real girl, her name was Alice Liddell and I dedicate some time ago a post of mine to this wonderful story which still amazes me !

    Hope you had a lovely week, I'm sending blessings on your days to come

    Dany

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  13. I love the clock. Alice In Wonderland things are featured in my house. I'm sure I'll post about them sooner or later. Happy Memorial weekend. Joyous Wishes, Linda

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  14. i'm glad you've recovered from your fear of alice! you have a lovely alice clock! happy pink saturday! xo

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  15. Oh, I'm in love. You are a lucky gal!

    Jane

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  16. I also found Alice in Wonderland terrifying as a child. I do like the clock, though.

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  17. Hi Janice, I like your Alice vignette, you should have had Shirley pose for the cat! Your childhood story is cute, poor little thing! So did you go see the movie and how was it?
    Happy Wednesday to you!
    Gina

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  18. Love that alice clock. Pretty awesome. Happy Week End.
    Kris

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