Raina, I am *so* glad that everything arrived safely and that you can find a place in your house for it all!
I was a bit worried that you might not be able to put the peter pan hanging mobile up (it did end up bigger than I had expected) but it looks like you found a great spot! I used art from some less well known renditions of Peter Pan, illustrators include: Robert Ingpen, Roy Best, great art deco illustrations by Gwynedd Hudson that I colorized, Flora White, and Alice B Woodward. Don't let your bad kitty get at it!!! Mine really wanted it to play with!!! The folder has the cover to Trina Schart Hyman's exquisite rendition, and the jewelry box images are taken from Mercer Mayer's version of Beauty & the Beast.
the castle tin was the trickiest... I didn't have a good place to spray paint it, so TWICE I did it outside and it blew over and grass got in it, so I had to remove the bottom coat of paint with Goof-Off. I used contact paper to stencil, and rustoleum/enamel spray paint. The goose girl box was my first attempt at altered art and was fun, although my two kitties were fascinated by it and were constantly trying to mess with it. The feather on the top is made out of paper that I cut out carefully and fringed. The square holiday card i got at a small store years ago, and has an Alphonse Mucha image on the front. So glad you like the lip balm! Burt's bees is the best! i LOVED crafting for you and am thrilled you like everything!!!!! Your crafting for me was so wonderful, I had to really try my very best!
Here is another pic of the jewelry box, with the top:
and another of the goose girl box:
all of it..
oh, and here is a link to my livejournal picture gallery for this swap: