Remnants of a Circus

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I honestly thought I was “circused-out” after doing a full month of circus-inspired photos for Cirque de Seraphim in November. So when The Challenge introduced its theme of “Fairground/Circus” for this month, I admit I sighed. Not being a role-player or heavily into themed decor, I was a bit reticent about blogging even more Big Top stuff.

But then, I took a look at what the designers have come up with, and I was quietly delighted. I fell in love with the organ from 22769 ~ [bauwerk] with it’s muted hues and loving detail. When you play one of the included three songs, the crank on the left side even turns! I also adore the circus dresser and mirror from *Essay*, a new-to-me store. There are three poses included in the dresser and this will fit into even a non-circus setting.

I can’t imagine that anyone would leave these behind, but it seems they have been dumped by the wayside. Perhaps the Ringmaster was a bit shady and made a hasty retreat from town. Better for the villagers that these were the remnants of the circus, and not the lions or tigers or bears…

Oh my.

Pretty stuff I’m showing off:

*Organ: 22769 ~ [bauwerk] Vintage Fairground Street Organ by Paco Pooley (For The Challenge, Dec. 29 – Jan. 28)
*Dresser & Mirror: *Essay* [E] Dresser & mirror circus pack by Safhira5 Kegel (For The Challenge, Dec. 29 – Jan. 28)

3 thoughts on “Remnants of a Circus

  1. caoimhelionheart January 1, 2015 / 2:26 am

    Hey!!! That’s my organ grinder! I knew I left it somewhere! oh, erm, has anyone seen where I put my monkey?? *scratches head* ❤

    • PeepSideshow Darkward January 1, 2015 / 7:48 am

      Silly girl for leaving it under a tree! How good are you at climbing them to retrieve spare monkeys? 😉

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