December 30, 2014

Snow White’s Christmas Carol



It’s all about Sparkling all the way....





Hello everyone, this month i have been doing some Christmasshootings to get the spirit of Christmas and for some publications in magazines. It has been a hectic year full of surprises in every way. I have had very good moments, but also very bad ones. nevertheless i look forward to the Next year and i want to ensure you that i will do everything i can to go even further to stretch my limits.

First of all i have been working with someone new in my port, she is such a sweet girl. That has been a great experience and so much fun to do in my studio with some Christmasmusic in the back. we had a Pink Tree from 1,80m which i bought especially for this shoot......some Crackers from Stonemanor, cookies, animals and last but not least >> Babycham :)
Lara even got us 3 unique glasses just the day before the shoot which i’m very grateful for  :D


The story goes from "Snow White’s Christmas Carol"
to the 60’s Party Girl with Babycham



Credits : 

Model : Lara D
Photography and Hair : Damona-Art
Wonderful Make up : Cyan mua
Beautiful Candy Cane hat from Jazzafine
Blue Lucite Dome earrings from Glitter Paradise
Pigs can Fly brooch from Erstwilder
Wonderful Flamingo bag from Eye Candy Sugar
White dress from Unique Vintage Clothing
Little pink gift box from Sophisticated lady
Cookies, plate and Crackers from Stone Manor
















60’s Party Girl theme with Babycham

Model : Lara D
Photography and Hair : Damona-Art
Sexy make up by : Cyan Mua
Wonderful playful jewelry from Glitter Paradise
Champagne : Vintage Babycham












I grew up with babycham. And as with most long running items, Babycham is of course still available to drink and enjoy every day, the sparkling favorite Perry! It’s cute and kitsch, so why not enjoy it and go in overdrive? It has been a mascot through some identity changes. 

Over time, the available glasses changed with the most collected ranging between the 1950’s and the 1970’s. It has become a very rare item, especially the pre 70’s ones. I could find the perry at a liquor store and it was the last package (packed in 24 bottles of 25cl). Thank you Lara for the lovely glasses xxx.


So, how do you date your glasses? 
See here how they looked through ages.







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