Jul 4, 2012

LESSology Challenge #16 Creative inspiration from Julie Tucker-Wolek and Lynnda Hosni

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Have you found some bubble wrap to play along with LESSology Challenge #16: Bubble boy or girl? We would love to see your fabulous entries! How about some creative inspiration from Julie Tucker-Wolek and Lynnda Hosni?


Julie Tucker-Wolek


Hi everyone! I had so much fun making this month's challenge!!

I decided to make my daughter a little Tea Cafe!! 
I started out with a piece of cardboard that came with my window valances!


Then I painted it and used bubble wrap to add a textured "Floor" for my Cafe! 


Then I had these goodies from an antique store....


Added some of my fave Bo Bunny papers... and next thing I know... I have myself a little Tea Cafe for my daughter to play with!!!



















And my daughter with her new Tea Cafe... and her little dolls on it!!






I can't wait to see what everyone makes!!


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It's "me" turn... who is "Me"??...Me Lynnda... [LOL]
I'm here to share my interpretation of
LESSology Challenge #16 Bubble boy/girl...
I decided to create a photo frame for DH little niece..~ She's the cutest!!!

My upcycled item is the background [cardboard from 6x6 paper pad]


I wrapped up the 6x6 cardboard using bubble wrap with Mod Podge
So here is the ready photo frame... using "BUBBLE" WRAP...


I can't wait to see what EVERYONE creates ...Com'on...!

Ooooh...what delightful projects! Have you been inspired? Come play along with LESSology Challenge #16: Bubble boy or girlPlease read our challenge rules to ensure eligibility for our prizes. :)

7 comments:

Nicole Hascoet said...

What a great idea! Love the projects, very inventive.
Hugs xx

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Lynnda!!! I loveeeeeeeee your project!! So fun and happy and bright!!!! GORGEOUS!!!

Lynnda said...

Hey Julie... I love your little tea cafe... so cool... You are amazing!!! That's so brilliant!!! Hugs...xoxo

Shahrul Niza said...

WOW ladies!!!! LOVE both of your projects. Love the bright pink colors. YUMMY.

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

Oh wow, both are so cute and adorable!!!

Linda said...

Wonderful idea Lynnda! This is such an adorable picture. I love all the elements you used to set it off.

cotts said...

Gosh these projects are both wonderfull, so much thought and effort....and techniques!