Thursday, July 5, 2012

LESSology Challenge #16 ~ Bubble Boy or Girl




I pick this up at the thrift store for 0.50
I really love the vintage shape of this tea cup


stuff it with foam


and then the fun part.....





we want to see what you come up with your bubble wrap, so please hop over to LESSology and join in the fun

Our fabulous sponsor for this challenge


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19 comments:

Elborgi said...

looks so beautiful!
Hello from Elma

Lynnda said...

Brilliant idea to use the bubble wrap!!! You rock it my dearest friend... Hugs...xoxo...

Nicole Hascoet said...

I love it Kirsty. Very inventive. I wouldn't know what to do with bubble wrap :)
I like the bunting around the cup.
Have a great day.
Hugs xx

Dora said...

Wow how lovely, and so creative!!!

Ros Crawford said...

So beautiful ... love what you did

sandi said...

Wow! Wow! Wow! This is just fabulous! I absolutely love the look of this!

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Seriously in LOVE LOVE LOVE with this Kirsty!!! I loveeeeeeeeeeee how you made the little sail... and I have a row of old mugs... you have totally inspired me!!!

cnelson said...

Oh my GOODNESS!! This is sooooo CUTE and sooooooo FABULOUS! LOVE!!!

Sue Lelli said...

This is just DARLING! LOVE the little sailor boy and the boat and the raffia! FAB project!

Ira Huberts said...

Yes! What a supercool idea Kirsty! Really really love the outcome!!
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Audrey Pettit said...

OMGosh, this is toooo cute, Kirsty! What a fabulous and fun idea!

papertrails leaver said...

Oh my gosh I love this! Too cute and the vintage elements make it so shabby chic! The use of bubble wrap is clever!

jacirascrap said...

Vejo que se divertiu criando seu barco-xĂ­cara para o belo menino!!! E ficou lindo!!!

~amy~ said...

Awesome!

Glenda Atkins said...

Fabulous project and a very creative use of the bubble wrap!

Linda R said...

What a wonderful project. So creative my friend.. I love it.

Hugs~

lauren bergold said...

oh ♥WOW♥!!! how cool is THAT??!?!?! (hint: it is amazing and OFF THE CHART of ordinary coolness, unable even to be measured!!!) sooooooooo fab and totally FUN!!! how in the world did you even THINK of that?! you are (as miss cheryl might--quite correctly--say) a GENIUS!!!!! :)

ps: that wouldn't be the thrift shop that closed super-early & then was RUDE about it?? b/c if so, i think i might have to forgive them... :) :) :)

Angi said...

Sooo super creative.

yyam said...

I love this Kirsty. Such a simple idea, sooooo beautifully executed!