Monday, September 20, 2010

enchanted tea party

Now that the Dear Lizzy Enchanted papers and some of the embellishments are in stock I'm thrilled to see what you design with them. I know some of you have said you are loving the journaling tickets. Those are definitely one of my favorite pieces from the line too. So versatile and usable for all sorts of projects.
Email me links to any of your projects... I'd love to see them!


Making crowns for the girls was fun & they surprisingly enjoyed wearing them!
Getting Avery to let me brush her hair is a fight everyday. She actually let me curl her hair for the first time a couple weeks ago... file that under a proud mommy moment.

Dear Lizzy Enchanted papers
You can make your own princess crowns...
download a free Princess Crown Template here.

The chandelier from the cha show... totally inspired by April Meeker.
Used the butterfly diecut and lots of punched butterflies.


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15 comments:

Candace said...

super magical and lovely ;) Havent had a chance to get my hands on that enchanted yumminess, counting the sleeps .

Lora Oliver said...

One word: FABULOUS. All of it.

Carrie said...

is the shades of summer over? i never received any :(

Angie said...

The chandelier is beautiful! Is there a tutorial floating around anywhere?

Tonya said...

Awwww! Everything is so lovely! What lucky little girls!?!?! Their life is like a dreamy fairytale, right?? :) Thanks for sharing!

Angie Blom said...

OH my how much fun!! My daughter would just love this. She just go a new tea set with cupcakes I made with felt to play tea party with.. but those cupcakes look so much more yummier!! Happy days.

josefina said...

Such adorable photos! And I love that chandelier (will have to add that to my craft project list).

Wish my daughter was still into princess crowns and tea parties. She tells me she's a tomboy, although she does still like to wear dresses & skirts.

likeschocolate said...

Darling! Now, I just need a daughter. Boys don't do tea parties!

suzyplant said...

Deliciously cute - love these photos - oh my. They make ME want to call you mommy - heehe! Your girls are just so cute - can't imagine what the next one will look like. maybe this time it will be a MIX of you and Collin! Hey, guess what? I have to make another CK video - so tell Collin to get ready to MOCK me again!!!

Kelsey said...

You totally inspired me. Just finished my post on my daughter's *enchanted tea party*...

Tiffany said...

Gosh I love it. Would be perfect for Madi's 5th Birthday party. Definitely going to have to make that chandelier. Gorgeous.

Sarah said...

What a beautiful tea party! So pink, pretty and girly!

amanda said...

Absolutely gorgeous! The chandelier, the tea party, and of course the girls :) I have a 4 yr old and a 2 yr old, and I know they would love this...is ther a template for the chandelier? or can we just come to you house and play?? LOL

l.y.l.a.s. said...

I LOVE the chandelier!! Is there anyway you could show us how to make one? My sister is getting married, and I think this would be the perfect decoration for her tent wedding.

kholbro said...

My daughter who is almost 4 just saw these pictures and said "mom, what are those girls doing?" I said they are having a tea party. She gasped and said "with real cupcakes? Mom, you really should have taked me over there!" Just thought I'd share! What a cute mom you are. :)