Pin-Up Chic, Canvases and Vintage Covers

Hello my lovelies!

As promised I'm updating with a few more of my little bits and bobs that I'm doing in the house. Today I'm showing off my little pin up canvases which scatter the house. I say little, the biggest is 30 x 40" pretty sizeable. The rest are A3 and A4 size. I had gotten the original print covers from the Pin Up mags of the 50s and wanted to do something with them but didn't know what. It made sense when I had canvases that needed redone and a hallway that needed cohesion. So these are the vintage pin up canvases which are living in my hall.
They are replete with pin curls, and victory rolls, quiffs and garter belts. They also have the one and only pin up extraordinaire the notorious Bettie Page. So I hope you enjoy them, as much as I enjoyed making them.

Single Canvases

Pinks and reds!

My favourite, check out the Beauty Parade showgirl's cane and the strap from the girl sliding down the fire-pole. No coincidence my friends. Love it.

The very huge canvas laid flat, it would make a cracking table, pin up mania!

Bettie Page and her Dog

Danger Men at Work

Bettie and a Gorilla

Hope you like them as much as I do. Its another wee peak from inside Pantsville lol. 



Mark said...

What a great idea. And the strap and the cane...very clever.

Dawniepants said...

Thanks Mark, glad you like it. Had them all sitting in a book, seemed such a waste not to show off all their gorgeous curves!

A Lauren to Herself said...

I love Bettie Paige!x

Knight'sEclectic said...

great idea, I love it x

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