Friday, January 31, 2014

Lollipop Land


I'm not sure where to start or how to explain lollipop land but when my cousin, Heather told me about it and said, she didn't know much either, except that there'd be icecream chairs, fairy lights and prettiness I was sold :) Turns out it's a display filled with the creations of doll maker Chris Boston with Jule Barten responsible for all those glittery sets - did I also mention this it was inside a pastel-painted church !


I'm literally going to let the photos do the talking for this one (there is a lot - you've be warned!) Thanks to my lovely Heather for the invite as well :)xoxo









 Yes that's me on a unicorn seat! he he














 Oh my goodness - extreme magicalness :)

28 comments:

  1. That's amazing! Like walking into a little girl's(or grown woman's, I suppose) ultimate glittery fantasy!

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  2. pastel painted church! it looks remarkable and I would indeed be very happy to be there.. you lucky thing!

    Katrina Sophia Blog

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    1. all the stars came together I think :)

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  3. Wow! You are making me so jealous with your unicorn seat and your awesome Frankenstein t-shirt, you do have a great collection! Every girl (no matter how old is she) should have a seat like that, enough said! :)

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    1. I got stuck in a conversation with one of the ladies who runs the place about my tee, trying to explain it's done in a lisa frank style and it's Frank-enstein ...but yeah Lisa Frank didn't really make it's way to Australia, so everyone is forgiven :) Again another threadless shirt too :P

      I agree we all need a unicorn seat!!

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  4. i would love to see this in person! :) and sit on that unicorn seat of course!

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    1. you would love it Jane, great photo op!

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  5. I want to go to there. And I want that Unicorn chair.

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  6. sooo cute!

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  7. I can imagine just how lovely it is to spend time in a place like this!

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  8. that place looks so cool. I would have loved to visit lollipop land lol. seriously, so much thought went into all the displays!

    Emmett - Hippie Lace

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  9. it was definitely amazing and so much work it would have taken!!

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  10. These photos are magical! It looks like you visited another world!

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  11. i would love to been there, such good set to take amazing portraits!
    p.s: i want an unicorn chair for my house :D

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    1. It was really awesome the only downside and the reason why you see no wide shots is there was so many people! it was crazy, I thought we'd be the only ones there for sure!

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  12. Ahhhh the prettiness!!! :)
    It was a bit squishy, might have to suss out next year if they do that private tea party thing :) xxxx

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    1. How awesome would that be! :) Thanks for the invite and thinking of me!!!

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  13. oh, fantastic. I'd kill to see this in real life!!

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    1. I was lucky I got the heads up about it :)

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  14. omg. lollipop land?? i can't believe this exists!

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    1. I know, I was super excited to find out :)

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  15. Oh my gosh! Your the second person in the last week that I've seen photos of that place! We had some people come into work last week and we printed out a bunch of photos for them. lol! I so want to go there! It looks so amazing!!

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    1. oh really! small world :) :) I'm not sure if it is still on but you should definitely go if it is!!

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  16. aww, really pretty pics!

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