This is my work on Lisa Alff's Victorian Ladies block. I started out with the mirror (the center is a tiny silky) and it led to all sorts of Victorian pieces that could be used for the hair. I am especially happy with the two Victorian hairpins. On the smaller one I cut a piece of wire out of some chicken fence, bent it the way I wanted, and then used a product I recently bought called Inka Gold to color it. Very cool stuff. It is like a wax that buffs up to a nice sheen and comes in all sorts of colors. You can color charms with it too. I think the color I used was called antique gold. I learned about it on Joggles where they have a tutorial on ways to use it. The floral top is a gorgeous vintage jewelry part of which I had several. I chose one that was missing a stone so I could replace it with a purple crystal that went better with the block. The other hair pin came from two jewelry parts. The pins came off a hair pin that had a huge gold butterfly on it. The decorative jeweled piece came off a bracelet. It had several of these jeweled pieces on it and I picked the one I liked best. For the heart around Lisa's silky I copied a design off of a Victorian card. I hope Lisa will like my work -- I certainly had fun doing it.