This is my entry! This is a bit of art for my craft room! It finishes 6-1/2" x 11".
The armoire is from French Manor, cut at 5-1/2". Doors were cut by hand at 1" x 4-1/8". I used the elements that the Cricut cut on the doors. I also added shelving by hand. The lion head on the top of the armoire is also French Manor, cut at 3/4". I added rolled and folded papers to look like folded fabric. Pearl accents create the doorknobs.
The windows are French Manor, cut at 2-1/2". The finials are from French Manor, page 66, cut at 2/3", and have pearl accents. The drapes were cut by hand, sprayed with Glimmer Mist, and put through a crimper. The crimped lines were outlined with blue Micro Sharpie. The glass in the windows are backed with a cloud-printed paper, then vellum. I used Glossy Accents on each pane of glass to look more realistic. The valances were hand cut and curled.
The chair is from Sentimentals, cut at 2-3/4". Inking really helped to make it look dimensional. Folded papers are set to look like fabrics; rolled strip of paper is ribbon.
The sewing machine is from Country Life. Cut in shiny black and without the extra detail on the cart. It was cut at 2-1/2". I used drawers from the desk on Sentimentals instead of the smaller drawers on Country Life.
The scissors sticking out of the drawer are from Happily Ever After, icon, cut at 1/2".
The dress form is from Summer in Paris. I cut it twice, once for the wood base, and once in gray print for the body. Cut at 3-1/2". I added my own little folded paper to make a dress draped on the form. Pearls, glue-on, and heat-set stones were added.
The figure is from Rock Princess, page 30. I used the flip feature and cut at 4-1/4". I hand-cut her new dress- a bit more of a couture look for her! I changed her hair a bit and inked the added-on locks of hair. Pearl accents create her necklace. I manually altered her, cutting away her guitar. I cut her body twice so I would have a "free arm" and legs in a skin tone.
I really loved doing this challenge! I am learning how to alter figures for my projects, create dimension, and adding my own hand-cut elements to make pieces appropriate for my projects.