A Pretty Prima Tea Party


Prima and Pazzles Fairy Rhymes Tea Party

Prima and Pazzles Fairy Rhymes Tea Pot Box

Once a little girl, always a little girl. As Chris, Amanda, and I were preparing for our Fairy Garden Tea Party, the pink and tulle brought out the three year olds in us and we fell in love with our projects. I hope you will enjoy these projects as much as we do.

The star of this party is the beautiful Prima Marketing papers and embellishments. We used the new Prima Fairy Rhymes paper line for our tea party ensemble. It is such a beautiful line, full of fanciful prints and line drawings of sweet fairies. The adorable frame Amanda made was simply a piece of patterned paper cut to fit the embellished frame.

Chris designed the teacup and you can find the cutting file in the New section this week. We added tiny strand pearls around the rim so it would match the tea pot. The Teapot Box was featured in a past project and you will find full instructions as well as the cutting files in our projects section. I re-sized it and added some of the beautiful ‘Divine’ lace trim and ‘Chantelle’ flowers as embellishments.

Prima and Pazzles Fairy Rhymes Tea Cup Party Favor

Once we got started, the ideas kept coming. We made a banner for our pie using the Heart Banner cutting file and some skewers. The tulle butterfly banner came together with a search in the library under butterfly. I cut out several different butterflies and adhered them to a tulle swag with Glue Dots.

~Michelle

 

Supplies:

Prima and Pazzles Fairy Rhymes Heart Pennant Banner

Prima and Pazzles Fairy Rhymes Embellished Distressed Photo Frame

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8 thoughts on “A Pretty Prima Tea Party

  • Joanna

    This is a most beautiful collection of Pazzles files combined with beautiful papers. Thanks for the inspirational project.

  • Deb Lockhart

    Such a beautiful place-setting. My granddaughter would love this as do I. Quite inspirational. TFS

  • Marianne DeStefano

    This is adorable. We had a tea party for my daughter, now 10, when she was three. I used my pazzles to design a stick the teacup on the saucer game. I cut out a teapot w/lid, two teacups and saucers placed on poster board on either side of the pot. In front of the pot, I stuck the saucer and the outline for the cup and cut one teacup for each girl. I ran them through my sticker maker and voila! The girls LOVED it!

  • Judith Bettencourt

    Tea parties are not just for girls. My best friend babysat my son and he loved having tea parties. bow tie and everything.

    beautiful project.

  • Katherine Lawson

    This is a beautiful set!

    I hate to complain, but every time I see a contest that requires FaceBook, I feel like I have to say something.

    Two years ago my four year old grandson was sexually molested. We spent the whole winter at their home caring for the grandchildren until they got everything straightened out.

    I used to have a Facebook account where I shared things, including photos of the grandchildren only with family and close friends. The photos were supposed to be private.

    Then I found out that every time anyone played Farmville, or did the hororscope thing, or any of the other FB gimmicks, they had to click a button which released all of my private stuff to all of their contacts. People I had never met now had photos of my grandchildren.

    I don’t know how FB has changed in rcent years, but I do know something else. I belong to a focus group for a company which people use for security. I am not aloud to say anything about what is in the focus group including what I am going to put here, but this is too important to keep quiet about.

    Recently the discussion was that FB wanted to pay this company to constantly broadcast the exact whereabouts of your vehicle as a status update to your facebook account. Think about it. Thieves would know when you were away from home, stalkers would know when you would be walking to your car alone at night, child molesters would know you weren’t at home when your kids got home from school.

    I know I sound paranoid, but I already had one grandchild molested. I’m sorry, but I think FB is a very scary company.

  • Margi Lunn

    This set is so gorgeous. It reminds me when I was a little child playing Tea Party with my sister. We used to make our own toys since we didn’t have enough money back then. We used cereal cardboard and paper roll to make the cups and milk carton to make the tea pot. It was fun. Now I need to make this beautiful set and keep it in a special place in my craftroom. Thank you