Zinnia Had a Tea Party 2
Place setting painted by Sage.
This little pink convertible, another gift from Liz Dieleman, reminds me of a Barbie car.
No party is complete without presents. The stack of blocks on the left is an Art of Mini kit and was purchased at a show.
These are the remaining pictures from Zinnia had a Tea Party.
Room Boxes by Denise Morales
This doll suitcase started out with a Zinnia challenge. Zinnia had put a 2 inch insulated rope on my desktop. What I am going to do with this, I thought? I pulled the cord apart and found this blue crepe-like paper inside. I, then, made the above doll out of Sculpey and dressed her with the paper. Then I remembered seeing on Pinterest the tiniest knitted doll clothes and I knew that I would probably never have the chance to buy them. So, I thought, I would just have to try to make some out of this tiniest knit fabric I had in my stash. I cut small rectangles out of the knit, colored them with marker and added bunka, beads, bows and lace. I made the suitcase out of several rectangular layers of card stock and covered them with fabric. I glued the dolls and clothes into the case and added a bear by Barbra Meyer. I placed a naked doll on top of the case to remember the toddler days when Zinnia immediately undressed any new doll never to redress the doll again.
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