Thursday, 1 July 2010

BBTB2 PAPER DOLL DRESS UP GENIE LAMP CHALLENGE 'TEA FOR TWO'







































Hello there
Well I've been away for a few days I took Connor and his friend Dan down to the caravan in West Wales for a little break as they have just finished their GCSE's so it was a well earned break for them. They had a great break and we had a fab day out at Oakwood Theme Park too!
Well back to the challenge over at BBTB2 this week and Julia from the Design team chose the Genie lamp cut from Paper Doll Dress Up cart for us to play with. When I saw this cut all I could see was a teapot and the song Tea For Two kept going through my head lol!
So I decided to make a Tea For Two little shadowbox card. I made the little shadowbox in DS using squares from Plantin School.The card measures 6x6" and 1/2 inch deep. The little girl and boy having tea are from A Childs Year cart cut in shadow twice and base once for a bit of depth. I cut the teapot (genie lamp) 3 times and cut the lid and base off the third one and inked with a pink Versacolour chalk ink. I have also inked around the frame and the figures.I handcut a little  hanging sign which is hung by 2 jump rings to the top of the frame and finished the sentiment off at the bottom of the frame ana added a couple of tiny pink heart gems.  (Sentiment is computer generated) I added a pink frosted heart from my stashto the teapot and finally 3 pink roses from Hobbycraft to the top corner. All papers are Pink Petticoat. This card reminds me of when I was little as my mum had a black lacquered jewellry box which my dad got her from Japan when he was in the Navy. I used to love to open it and see the little ballerina spinning round to the song ' Tea For Two' I must ask her if she still has it!
Hope you will visit us at BBTB2 the DT have made the most fantastic creations using the Genie lamp and we would love to see your take on this weeks challenge!
Thank so much for visiting
Juliexx

15 comments:

Sandy from Ukiah said...

This is just precious Julie. I always love stopping by your blog. Glad you and Conner had a good time. Sounds like he needed a break. hugs Sandy

"Um Buggin" said...

OH MY!! Julie this is GORGEOUS! I had not seen it on BBTB2, and I love your shadow box. The Genie lamp is so fitting for this masterpiece. All your little added details is just fabulous, as you have such a creative mind. I just love it. Awesome take on the challenge my friend.

Hugz, xx

~L~

Loopylou!! said...

oh julie this is just beautiful. i love the spotty paper and the shadow box. So pleased you had a fantastic holiday hun and happy birthday Julie's mum! xxxx

Kelly said...

OMG Julie...this is GORGEOUS but then everything you touch turns into a masterpiece! I love the papers you used and the shadow box effect is awesome!

Margie said...

Just beautiful, Julie! I love how you hung the little sign!

Riet said...

Ohhhh Julie,So beautiful.

Hugs Riet.xx

CelticWoman said...

Oh Julie, I am loving your tea card, great colors. Glad you got a fun break with Connor. Hugs

**Treefrog** said...

I just LOVE this little shadow box! It is adorable and would make a wonderful gift for a friend. I may have to lift the idea if you don't mind. I love the little hanging tag. I can see many differant ideas coming to mind. I Love It!
Froggie ((Hugs)) Theresa

PeggyLovesVintage said...

Wow! I love the tea for two theme. The heart and stripe papers are just awesome. Great card Julie!

Creative Momma said...

Great take on this challenge....I love the idea and your choice of colors is awesome
Hugs
Marina

Stacey said...

oh Julie this is jsut gorgeous!!! I love the box, that just makes it pop!!!

DonnaMundinger said...

This is absolutely PRECIOUS Julie! LOVE , love, LOVE it! xxD

Jeannie Phillips said...

I so love this...it is so my favorite this week...love your soft colors... I just love it all... the frame the depth... wonderful job...as always.
hugs
Jeannie

CraftsManda said...

How cute is this! I love the shadow box look. Yep, you are amazing!

Crayola58 said...

Julie, oh my gosh how in the world did I miss seeing this treasure?...I love this take on the challenge. Wow.... what a gorgeous shadow box. Hugs.
Carole

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