Saturday 6 November 2010

The fairytale continues

Once upon a time, a beautiful girl lived in a castle, locked away in the tower……

As Rapunzel gazed out of one of these windows

an invitation arrived at a yonder castle from Prince Charming
inviting Cinderella and her sisters to a ball at the palace.

As Cinderella got ready in her little room, the ugly step sisters preened themselves in opulence.

At the ball, Cinderella found this the perfect perch for resting her be-slippered feet between dances.

Meanwhile, a boy called Kay goes out with his sled to the market square and hitches it

— as was the custom of those playing in the snowy square—to a curious white sleigh carriage,

driven by the Snow Queen, who wore a white fur-coat.

The Snow Queen kissed Kay twice: once to numb him from the cold,

and the second time to cause him to forget about Gerda and his family and takes him back to her palace.

Is this the house Snow White found in the woods?

The wicked stepmother in Snow White asked:

‘Mirror mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest of them all’

Who could blame Sleeping Beauty for not wanting to wake up?

The Princess and the Pea

probably would have had a more comfortable night if she’d slept on this bed.

If Hansel and Gretel found a real gingerbread house,

the interior might look like this: a woodland cottage that’s good enough to eat.


{Images via various inc. This is Glamorous, Decorology}


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