Accessorize 1910s Bag’s embroidery
So I finished off the Finland 100 years-bag in time. I embroidered number 27 in the bag to symbolize the Finnish Jäger-unit which was trained in Germany in secrecy under guise of “Boy scout”-activity to fight the Russian invasion.
I was out of ideas. I mae this little box with crackle effect-lacquer and incorporated 27 again there and the two paintings of Maiden of Finland fighting the russian eagle.
Tops….. Tudor-style headband
I did a tudor-inspired french gable-hood.
…and Toes. WW1 garters
I crackle effect-lacquered these printed pics of “Feldfraus” into 1910s garters. I made needlelace-frame for the pics and added two vintage snaps at the back to keep them in place.
UFO-pile Marie-Antoinette’s gambling-inspired necklace
Inspired by a scene of 2006 film of Marie Antoinette where the mother of pearl-gamblign chips can be seen.
Circles, rectangles and squares Engageantes
Last minute thing. I had a strip of pink large trim that fits into engageantes perfectly.
War and Peace Patchbox
Another Feldfrau graces this patchbox-lid.
By the sea Sailor-collaret
I found a blouse from fleamarket that was too small for me but the collar was too nice to pass up. So I cut the fabric off and was left with nice sailor-collar that I will incorporate on my Finland 100 years-blouse.