Monday, May 17, 2010

Midnight Madness by Priscilla MMSC54

Vintage Cigar Box Purse
Front
Inside
Side
Back
Bottom

 
I used glaze and micro fine style beads for the texture on the Butterflies
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Thank you so much for stopping by today. I wanted to do something different with this week’s sketch, so I turned it on its side and decided to decorate a Cigar Box Purse. This box was giving to me and it needed to be assembled. I beaded the handle and attached the working clock that came with it. I then proceeded to decorate it with vintage buttons and my “priscillastyle” Dabbling with Digi’s butterflies. You can click on any of the above pictures to view the close up on these. I added a few pictures of how I embellish my butterflies with texture and beaded color. I hope you like what I have shared with you today and I look forward to seeing what you will make with the MMSC54 sketch. Below you will find my dish for the Midnight Madness BBQ. I hope you have enjoyed my take on this weeks sketch and would love to hear what you think of this project.

Here is my dish for the Pot Luck BBQ :)
Easy and Frugal Lemon Cheesecake Dessert
Makes 2 pies
2 graham cracker pie crust
1 package cream cheese, room temperature
1 cup sugar
1 (12 ounce) can evaporated milk, chilled (do not skip the chilling part, it is important)
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 (3 ounce) packaged lemon jello
1 cup boiling water
Dissolve jello in boiling water. Let cool to about room temperature. When jello mixture is cooled, place in a blender and add cream cheese, sugar, chilled milk, and vanilla. Blend together well and pour into graham cracker crust. Chill for 4 hours. Slice and serve.

I hope you stop by the Midnight Madness One Year Anniversary BBQ party and have a slice with us :)

28 comments:

  1. Is beatiful, amaizing....
    I love your Blog....thanks!

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  2. Very beautiful cigar purse....

    Ash....
    (http://hastkala-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

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  3. wow this is beautiful..xxx

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  4. This is so stunning Priscilla. Yummy recipe..Hugs..Loz

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  5. A sigarbox purse - how clever! Your butterflies looks amazing Priscilla! The collage is beautiful, all those little details. I love the clock!

    I would not mind a pice of your cheesecake there *yumly*

    Hugs
    Gunn

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  6. Wow Priscilla, I am always excited to see what you come up with! Your cigarbox purse is perfect with your beautiful butterflies! What a fantastic project!

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  7. Priscilla, you are so creative!! Love that purse, when I was younger those type of purses were so in style!! Your butterflies are just awesome and I can't wait to have the opportunity to use them. You are the most creative person and I can never wait to see what masterpiece you come up with!

    Phyllis MMDesign Team

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  8. WOW! This is beautiful candy for the eyes! So much detail to see. Love every part of it!

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  9. OOOh baby your dessart sounds yummy! It's calorie free right???
    Your cigar box is stunning! I love all those beautiful buttons. But sweetie that's a lot of cigars to smoke. Hee Hee Thank you for sharing your texture technique for your butterflies. You know I have some of those pretty little micro beads and have forgotten all about them. So vwalla I'll be digging them out! Hugs Bonnie

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  10. Wow!! This is stunning Priscilla!! I just love your butterflies and your design!! So creative you are!! Awesome purse and take on the sketch!! Miss you!!
    hugs,
    Chris

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  11. Wowie Priscilla this Cigar box purse is purely awesome. I can actually see your carrying this purse too! I love the way you use so many elegant details on your Masterpieces. That beading on the butterfly is simply marvelous. The antique buttons are just so charming. Another absolute winner from you my dear!!!

    Bear Hugs,
    Carol :O}

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  12. ¡Qué belleza que logró de una simple caja!! esas mariposas, y toda la composición! quedó un hermoso trabajo. Muchos cariños desde Córdoba, Argentina. Mary

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  13. Hey Priscilla: Too bad for me: I'm not able to ask one of my people for a recipe per your request. I hate when I give them the day off. Something always happens. Anne Ryan

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  14. Just gorgeous, I love that purse and all the DT cards are amazing!

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  15. Absolutely STUNNING, Priscilla!!!! You never cease to amaze me with your talent.

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  16. Wow this is amazing! I would so put this on display in my livingroom. Your BBQ/picnic dessert sounds yummy!

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  17. This is beautiful:o)Love all your details:)
    And your dessert sounds delicious:)
    To answer your question on my son´s blog: He is twelve years old and loves to make cards. He is on schoolcamp this week, but if he gets time I´m sure he wants to try this weeks sketch:)
    *Hugs Inger*

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  18. Priscilla, I love your butterflies! This Cigar Box Purse is just awesome too with so many details, I especially love the buttons. Your dessert is looking mighty scrumptious too.... my favorite dessert is cheesecake you know. :) Michelle

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  19. I love your creation, you are doing great, i am really very happy to visit your post, keep it up.

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  20. Gorgeous job with those butterflies, and so creative as always. Fun to see what you will come up with. I love to see the latest. I did join in the BBQ this week. So much fun. Glad I could make it. Thanks for adding all the fun to the sketches. Love this recipe too. Will have to give this a try sometime.
    Missing you all very much!! Glad I can at least come here for a visit!

    Hugs,
    Carolyn

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  21. Priscilla, your cigar purse is beautiful! Love the butterflies and all the embellishments, including the buttons and the clock face!! Such a beautiful piece.
    Cheesecake sounds yummy, going to try it soon. Cheesecake is my husband's favorite!
    In our family I am always requested to bring Ambrosia to our outdoor summer gatherings. It's simple, easy to make, can be made the night before and is delish! Drain a small can of fruit cocktail, a 20oz can of pineapple chunks, and two sm cans of mandarin oranges. Add a cup of shredded coconut, a half bag of mini marshmellos and the fruit to 16oz's of sour cream. Stir together. Double for large crowds. Leftovers are so good for breakfast the next day!!

    Hugs
    Sue Drees

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  22. Priscilla, I just love your creation with those fabby butterflies....you always come up with the coolest ideas. Gorgeous details from front to back!
    That cheesecake is killing me! and Sue's recipe for Ambrosia too....love that stuff! Oh no my stomach is making noises I had better go make something before I reach in and grab the rest of your yummy cheesecake!
    TFS,
    Hugs,
    Charlotte
    XXX

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  23. Oh Priscilla - let us into your secret - how do you make so many stunning ORIGINAL creations. Each week I think this is your best and then the next challenge comes and....there you go again! This is just divine, I love you butterflies and those buttons along with the gorgeous images and the clocks - what an eclectic delight! Thaks for sharing and always inspiring us Priscilla! {{{hugs}}}

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  24. Priscilla, this cigar purse is too divine! I love, love, love the vintage feel of it!
    Hugs, Darsie

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  25. Stunning project, Priscilla -- those butterflies are absolutely gorgeous!

    The cheesecake sounds SO yummy; I'll have to try that for DH's Father's Day treat since he's such a cheesecake fan!

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