Large Wallpaper Cake Boxes

Today is a special day here on Wings of Whimsy: this is

Post No. 1000!!!

So to celebrate, I’m sharing a set of 27 Large Wallpaper Cake Boxes I have designed, enough variations to create an entire Wallpaper Cake (or actually 2…lol):

Since I crafted the Cake Boxes in the pictures, I decided to change the closure a little, so for the printables it actually makes a little heart 🙂
Here is a low resolution preview of the various pieces:

Join the WoW-celebrations, and make a few Large Wallpaper Cake Boxes for yourself! These are of course lovely used for small gifts, or in fact: pieces of cake 😀 Feel free to leave any congratulatory comments or well-wishes in the comments below 🙂

Print your favorites (12 pieces make a full paper cake), score on all the dotted lines, fold and use a hot glue gun or a tape roller to assemble 🙂

Find your high quality copies, free for your personal use and enjoyment in the download folder below 🙂 

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Norwegian Sunday: Bridal Crowns – Part V, Film

The tradition of wearing Bridal Crowns and special headdress with the Bunad has luckily been filmed, this small film is from Hardanger 1954:

Hulda Garborg revived and invigorated the Bunad tradition, she passed her work on to Klara Semb. Klara ensured several of the headdress customs were documented on silent film in the mid 30ies:

Fana – including Bridal Attire

Voss – including Bridal Attire, Kvam – including Bridal Attire og Sunnmøre

Hallingdal – Voss – Hardanger

In the download folder below you will find various high quality Norwegian Bridal Wear collage sheets, free for your personal use and enjoyment🙂 

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I have plans for several more posts about Norwegian Bridal Crowns, Bunad traditions and other Norwegian traditions. I’ll be sharing these special posts on Sundays, so stay tuned for more Norwegian Sundays to come 😀 Coming up next is the Jonsokbryllup: traditional Mid Summer Celebrations with a Children’s Mock Wedding.

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Bunnies & Chicks

Mr. & Mrs. Bunny carrying the wee chicks, I think these are such adorable Fantasy Easter scraps:

The aprons are hilarious! 😀

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Easter Children Tags

Inspired by Brigitte’s comment on yesterday’s images of Easter Boy & Girl, I decided to use them for a ready made set of tags too:

Sadly, I only have two images in this set, but I plan to embellish the tags differently, so each one will be unique still 🙂

Here are the general instructions:

  1. Print the sheet onto cardstock (I use Canon Matte Photo Paper, 170g)
  2. Glue the sheet to thin cardboard, I use a cereal box and spray glue, let dry.
  3. Cut out the individual tags.
  4. (Optional: ink the edges of each tag for a more vintage look)
  5. (Optional: embellish with glitter, gems or Dresden trims)
  6. Punch holes and tie the tags with a piece of ribbon, twine or lace.
  7. TADAH: Cute Victorian Easter Tags 🙂

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Easter Boy & Girl

I love the bright spring colors of these Easter Boy & Girl images:

Perfect for Easter cards, or to create Easter Hangers (my favorite Easter decoration) or maybe print multiple in smaller size and create precious Easter tags?

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