Hi everyone! I am EJP of EJPcreations. The items I make utilize design elements from a bygone time, to create modern, urban body ornaments. I am a mad scientist of a woman specializing in creating tiaras, necklaces, and fascinators, with a noir, and gothic flair. All adornments have a hint of vampire elegance, a dash of Steampunk bravado, and plenty of Neo-Victorian sensibilities. Here is my little blog to showcase some of my creations, the things that inspire me, as well as a scrapbook of curiosities that I have picked up in my wanderings across the web. ~ Please Enjoy …
Sunday, April 14, 2013
Just finished a custom tiara for a lady going to an event this week. She had a very specific date that is must arrive by. So there must be some sort of amazing steampunk-ie shindig taking place very soon. I will have to dig further to see what it is, cuz I want to go too. https://www.etsy.com/listing/129389766/tiara-clockhand-steampunk-noir-victorian?ref=shop_home_active
Thursday, March 14, 2013
I've been researching Stereophotograph Diableries all day today since I saw this post on Facebook this morning. I first saw them a couple of years ago on tumblr, but further research lead to a dead end. Today I continued looking around for them, and found some great information, but I can't seem to find a good book about them and that makes me sad. I'm hoping this company will put one out soon. They are just so cute I can't help loving them. londonstereo.com
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Thursday, February 14, 2013
Do You Like Our Owl? Blade Runner is probably one of my favorite movies. Paul X. Johnson captures the severity and coldness of Rachael so well in the print. And by juxtaposing her with the owl it instantly brings up the sadness of her finding out she is really and android just like the owl. It is so chilling, yet so elegant. Rachael By Paul X. Johnson
This pretty little festive rosette was made with Recollections Halloween paper. Around the same time Michaels had a sampler pack of fall color light weight cardstock. That is what makes up the actual rosette. It wouldn't be a proper Halloween decoration without tons of black and diamond stickles. And the owl from my favorite Martha Stewart Halloween stamps Elegant Witch looms from the center. Oh and of course you can't forget a little bit of black satin ribbon to finish it off.
My Steampunk Cthulhu Gentleman got a makeover! I was contacted by this lovely shop owner of Cthulhu Nation Motorcycle Cult. It seems that he is the organizer of a Motorcycle club that does a lot of charity work in Texas. Since his clubs name was Cthulhu Nation he thought my images would be a perfect fit for the redesign of their club patches. And he also wanted to make up some tee shirts to sell at charity functions they attend a couple times a year. Well, he had me at the word charity, and the request that my Cthulhu be remade with a monocle and swag bag all gentleman thief style. How could I possibly refuse that.
This is my favorite birthday card that I have made to date. It has all the elements that I love. The banners, that amazing oval die (Lifestyle Crafts Nesting Inverted Oval), and adorable skeleton with a pinwheel and bow tie, and as much stickles as the card can hold. Not to mention it was for one of my favorite people on the planet the woman behind the creations of Nacreous Alchemy . It was made with Recollections Bon Appetite Halloween Stamps, and Recollections Halloween paper. Oh and tons of Vintage Photo sponging. The banners and everything else was hand cut except for the amazing ovals. Ooooooo ... I love that die set so much I could marry it!
I am completely in love with this little guy. He is just so determined I can imagine a hundred little quests he must be on to make him convert an elegant tea pot into a vehicle for his adventures. It's made by the amazing genius of Grafton Pottery.
Labels: Steampunk Decor