Saturday, April 21, 2012

Tea with Graphic 45

I made this a couple of weeks ago.
I do have photos of the girls having
a tea party to put in it.
Sadly my photo organization retrieval
leaves much to be desired.
So, I post the waiting for photos
to surface album....
Front cover with door that opens

Mylar in window opening, brass butterfly's in spine

Mini teapot laser cut

Tag pocket
Back cover


And now it waits.....
The girls use to go to visit our neighbor Mrs. Taylor
she would put on wonderful tea parties for them.
They would dress in their nicest dresses.
Use their finest manners and as much sugar
as a cup of tea will hold.
They were the best neighbors, a retired couple
who got the biggest kick out of the girls
The color photos will add the
 splash of color this needs..



26 comments:

...the yorkshire fox... said...

...Pam this is a delight...loVe the whole vintage feel, beautifully put together...awesome work...Mel :)

Georgie Horn said...

Stopping by from Gecko Gals and love the teapot!

May said...

Jaw dropping beauty, Love, Love, Love it... Fabulous Creation Hugs May x x x

CraftygasheadZo said...

Jaw dropping stunning! Zo xx

Sandy said...

Absolutely amazing - I love everything about this wonderful creation. It truly is, jaw dropping stunning!!!
Sandy

Anne@A Little Fur in the Paint said...

Oh, Pam, this is SO lovely! Amazing work!! I can't wait to see the pictures of your girls in it...and what wonderful memories of those tea parties! Fabulous neighbors!
Hugs,
Anne

Mrs. Miles said...

Your album is absolutely wonderful - you achieved a perfect balance of vintage and chic.

Blessings,
Barb

Something Special said...

This is just fabulous Pam. I love it and I think it is amazing. I have some cute tea party photos too with the granddaughters, that would look so cute in something like that! Bravo!

Something Special said...

This is just fabulous Pam. I love it and I think it is amazing. I have some cute tea party photos too with the granddaughters, that would look so cute in something like that! Bravo!

Anonymous said...

very nice my dear. but we know they were not aiways in their nicest dresses

Anonymous said...

very nice my dear. but we both know they were not always in their best dresses
love romeo

Indie Lulu Living said...

Hi Pam,

I came back again to thank you so much for visiting our brand new Indie Lulu Living blog, you're our first comment. SO appreciate it.

~Blessings
Barb

Cheryl said...

Gosh Pam, I love that, it is beautiful!
Hugs
Cxxx

Micupoftea~ said...

ok.......speechless right now! Wow. This is wonderful. Now I want to make one! Love the paper and details, Pam~ Just lovely. xox

JJ Sobey said...

gorgeous - the perfect paper for this tea pot shape!

June said...

I absolutely love this teapot. Great work.

Barbara DeLisle said...

Love it

Rita Barakat said...

Beautiful - perfect pages for that vintage teapot!

Sparkly Pink Star said...

wow this is so amazing!

LauraO said...

This is really stunning! I love it!

Joanna Hardy said...

This is wonderful! I work for Graphic 45 and we would love to pin this on our Pinterest. Would you give us permission? Beautiful work!

fairyrocks said...

Joanna, I would love to be pinned by Graphic 45. :)

Sandy said...

This is absolutely AWESOME!

Sandy said...

This is absolutely AWESOME!

donna said...

This full of vintage charm and I would love to see a tutorial~!
Your girls were very lucky.

SueB said...

This is beautiful! I had to giggle when I read "photo organization retrieval"! That just states it so well for my system too!