First, the dress from cardstock ((#9), napkin (#25) and ribbon (#18).
I started with the dress shape cut from cardstock and a piece of the top ply of the napkin.
The piece of napkin is wrapped around the front of the dress shape and glued to the edges of the back.
The napkin is gathered at the waist and a piece of ribbon wrapped across the front and the ends glued to the back.
I've glued ribbon to the back to form straps.
Now for the hat. On the computer I made two pattern pieces: one .8” diameter circle and one strip 2.9” x .3”, printed them out and used them to cut the pieces from a piece of felt.
Spread glue around the edge of the felt circle
Where the strip met, I added some feather pieces. I then cut a narrow (about 1/8" wide) strip of the napkin and spread glue along the length of the wrong side then wrapped it around the lower edge of the hat.
I knew that I wanted to use the tea leaves from the tea bag (#21) as dirt in a plant pot (#10) but didn't really see anything on the list to make a plant from.
But I had taken out green silk (as #22 - piece of green fabric) and it caught my eye. So I cut out a small piece of it and decided to experiment.
I coated the entire piece of silk with Weldbond glue
I had this blue bottle cap but didn't care for the colour for a plant pot. (Normally I love the colour.)
I'll let it dry overnight then try to arrange my leaves in it.