Hello Friends. Well I have been MIA for a bit. Seems I caught that "junk" going around and it put me down for a few days including being out of work for several. I have been playing catch up. While under the weather, I came across this challenge on YouTube. It's a TP Roll challenge to make a Tussy Mussy. Well as soon as I felt better, I just had to try my hand at it.
For this one the Eiffel Tower, Lamp, & Poodle Die was used. The inside was lined with black cardstock I stamped a piece of white cardstock with a Large French Script Stamp that I got at a yard sale for 50 cents. Upon inquiring about this stamp the best I can come up with is that it may have been a Stampin Up stamp but I am not sure. I then distressed with Brushed Corduroy Distress Ink and glued to the tp roll. The bottom was then hot glued together to form the holder. I used some trim that I bought a long time about that is beaded and had that fufu on it. The heart is a Martha Stewart Punch that was glued to black cardstock. It was cut free hand so it would show up on the paper. The heart on the Eiffel tower is a Recollection sticker, the flowers were in my stash. The pink rhinestone flourish is also from Recollection. Gathered lace was attached around the opening to dress it up and more eyelash yarn was glued at the top to compliment the bottom treatment. The handle was punched with Martha Stewarts Heart border and glued to each side. Little bows were made with ribbon and adhered to the handles on each side to dress it up. This is ready to have Hershey's Chocolate kisses to be placed inside!CottageCutz Small Teacup Die and the CottageCutz Tea Time Doily. This was made from various laces and Recollection trim and flourish pearls. The sentiment was created in word and cut with a heart shape die with pearls applied around the edge. The doily was folder over about 3/4's and glued to the tp roll. Thanks for stopping by today. I sure do appreciate it. If you are interested in the challenge, you can find it on YouTube. Just type in the words TP challenge and you will see all the beautiful entries....they are amazing. Here are the dies I used: