Mar 28, 2017

Tim Holtz Tea Cup Die with Paper Doll Card


I've skipped the stamping today and played with the new Ideaology products and my Tim Holtz die cuts.  <3  I am in love with Tim's new Paper Dolls and was dying to pair a little girl with a tea cup, such a precious combination.


I was so thrilled to find Tim's tea cup dies locally and snagged them up a few months ago.  My first project with the cup can be found HERE.  I cut the cup from Tim's new paper stash, Memoranda.  This was a gift from my crafty bud Mimi of She's Crafty.  Thank you my friend!  I am loving my goodies.  You are the best!!!  <3  I tucked some of the new floral ephemera from the Botanical Layers collection in the cup and perched the sweet girl down.  She's holding the new stainable flowers called Bouquet Findings.  These are so neat!


I finished with a butterfly and bow dyed with Distress Oxide ink.  The doily was cut from a brown paper bag.


Little girls and tea parties reminded me of my last tea party with my Grandmother.


I used a combination of vintage a new items with fresh picked azaleas from my yard.


These photos are from a long time ago, my how the house has changed!  But it is fun to look back and see these pretty things.  <3






I just love this picture of the two of us from the party!  What a treasure it is to me now.


I found these vintage silk roses and used lace and Grandma's old jewelry to embellish and make corsages for everyone.


This was Grandma that Easter.  I just had to share!  And here are the invitations for the party, which I've shared with your CL Hoppers previously.  Thanks for visiting with me today and sharing this walk down memory lane.  I hope you are inspired to create some tea themed goods and maybe have a party of your own!  HUGS!!!  <3


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36 comments:

  1. What a beautiful card! Thank you for allowing me to share your memories. So precious. :)

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  2. Beautiful card Autumn and such lovely memories too. How sweet that you managed to capture this with photographs, something that I have not done and now regret. I am going to have to pop on over to Tim's blog to see what I have missed as you have some new Tim goodies that I haven't heard of or seen, the problem with living in the UK is that the goodies drip through very slowly to us at times x

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  3. Such a pretty card! Wonderful photos, too!

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  4. What wonderful memories you have shared!
    Your card is so fabulous with every little elements you put in!

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  5. Great combo -- little girls and teacups! Beautiful card and precious pics of your Grandma!

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  6. You are fabulously talented:) Thanks for stopping by~made my day!

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  7. Hi Autumn! I love the vintage feel to this card. Great job!
    Blessings,
    karen L

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  8. What a beautiful post, Autumn!! Such sweet pictures of your Grandmother!! How fun to have a tea party!! I love the pics!! And your card is gorgeous!! The image is adorable!! The papers and layers are fabulous!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  9. Autumn, what a wonderful post, filled with not only your beautiful card, but beautiful photos of a lovely day! Your Grandma looks like a sweet woman, and I really love the one of the two of you! What a lovely tea party you made, full of yummy food and a beautiful table!

    Your card is amazing, full of lots of the newest goodies! Love the yellow, and the brown paper bag doily! Sending hugs!

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  10. Beautiful card. Wish I was at that tea party. Thanks for joining us at Come And Get It challenge. Bunny DT

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  11. Your card is gorgeous! Love the girl sitting on the edge of the cup! Your food all looks delicious and you are making me hungry! I love the pictures and the memories are to be treasured!!

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  12. A lovely card Autumn and I so enjoyed reading your story and looking at the delicious food you prepared too

    Thank you for joining us at Crafty Cardmakers

    June/DT

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  13. What a lovely post Autumn, such special moments. Loving your card to, that little girl just looks perfect on the Tea Cup, love it to bits. Happy crafty week, Angela xXx

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  14. you get an A for Adorable card!!! And what special treats and celebration with your lovely grandma.Great to have memories like these.

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  15. Just gorgeous. I am coming to your tea party on the next flight out, may take 20hrs or so but wait for me.xx ♥[aNNie]

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  16. Adorable photos, and I am on my way for any left overs from your wonderful looking snacks and tea, ha! Love your sweet card too.

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  17. awwwwwwww....this is such a SWEET post. Love the tea party and the pics of you and your grandma!

    Your card is WOW awesome...love what you've done with all the details.

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  18. Love all the different elements on your card. Beautiful pics of you and your Grandma.
    Thank you for joining us at Simon says Stamp Wednesday Challenge.
    Luv
    Debby

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  19. What a delightful post Autumn. Beautiful art and a heartwarming walk down memory lane.

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  20. Autumn, what a beautiful post!
    It actually brought tears to my eyes-I am so happy you have these wonderful memories and thank you for sharing them with us! All of your makes are just precious! xx

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  21. Awww, thank you for sharing your beautiful Grandmother with us; how special! And your talents just amaze me.
    an bring a smile to my face every time! (with some ooh's and ahh's thrown in, too)

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  22. Beautiful card! Thanks for joining us at the Come and Get it challenge. ~DT Dana

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  23. Wow, such a beautiful card and wonderful vintage feel! I love the pretty little details! Fabulous post of such a special time for you and your sweet Grandmother~so happy you shared it!
    Have a wonderful day!
    Sherrie K

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  24. What wonderful memories you have. Such a delight to read your post and see the personal and special little treats x

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  25. Firstly, yay for tea parties :) I love your card! I am a big TH fan myself and I just love how you created this one! Thank you for sharing your project with us at Use Your Stuff this week and I hope to see you again soon!

    Tammy DT Co-ordinator

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  26. Another very beautiful card Autumn, love the use of the cup with a doll, such a clever design. Your photos of the tea party and grandmother must bring back wonderful memories, she looks like a very happy and very special lady xxx

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  27. Wow! Such adorable tea part!!! Great details and invitations were amazing! I love so much this new layout too!!! Great project!!!

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  28. Gorgeous card, a great image and design. Thank you for sharing your wonderful project with us at Come And Get It challenge.Neva

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  29. Wonderful card and memories. Thank you for joining in the Crafty Cardmakers challenge.
    Mary

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  30. Beautiful card and wonderful memories, Autumn! I treasure my memories of going out for tea time with my mom, and this brought those memories back - thank you! Thanks for sharing with us at Simon Says Stamp Monday challenge! hugs, Maura

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  31. What a beautiful card and lovely party decor and luncheon.

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  32. Another adorable card - you're on a roll with the cups! - and what lovely photos from a treasured tea party.
    Alison x

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  33. What a sweet tribute to your lovely grandma. And a cute cad too.

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  34. Oh, Autumn, how sweet that little girl is in that beautiful teacup holding a flower! You have surrounded her with pretty things :-) I love the pics of you and you Grandmother and the tea party...is this the tea party you told Gail and I about? Your invitations and place settings were beautiful, and what a feast you had! Great memories to treasure....Hugs :-)

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  35. Wonderful card and memories. Thank you for joining in at Dragonfly Dreams.
    Mary

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