Wednesday, February 26, 2020

FEB 26th brings you more of the ...


Hi, this tea pot stamp used for this card is can also be used to make a mini book or a card on it's own....enjoy your visit today.

HCDP1-2112 Tea Time Paper Collection
HCPC-3903 Special Tea Pot cling stamp
HCD1-7286 Special Tea Pot die set
HCPC-3904 My Cup Of Tea cling stamp set
HCD1-7287 My Cup Of Tea die set
HCD1-7214 Ornate Pocket Accents die set
HCST1-1449 Stack and Store Daubers Pack of 6
359760 Gold embossing Powder
RACP Sepia Ranger Archival Ink
Zigg Clean Color Real Brush
173842 Scor-pal Measuring and scoring board
DDOTS 3Ddouble side  foam dots

Spectrum Noir Harmony Inks: Lemon Tonic, Straw Bale and Smoked Pearl. Yellow organza ribbon, Vers-a-mark, Golden Rod Stickles, White card Stock, 3D foam tape, Foam inking tool.


This tent fold card measures 6 ¾”x 8 ½”/ 17cm x 21.5cm.
Taking the white card stock make the card base to the above measurements. Make also the lace frame by using the Ornate pocket accents, die cut the frame pieces about ½”/ 1.5cm apart from each cut to make a frame to fit the card front. Find from the paper collection the back ground that is yellow. Cut this a little smaller than the card front. Using the Tonic lemon and the Smoked pearl ink and the inking tool, ink the edges. Of all layers. Adhere together to the card base.
To make the elements used for this card: Using the gold embossing powder stamp, and die cut the tea pot twice, one for the base and the other for the lid and sentiment tag, the two tea cups and two spoons
Bring color to the elements using the zigg brushes, Vanilla, Lilac, Light green, Brick beige or other colors you might like. Adhere the tea pot to the card front then the tea pot lid and the sentiment tag using the 3D foam dots or tape. Adhere a bow across the card then add the spoons and the tea cups. To finish the card apply the golden rod stickles to the cups, tea pot and spoons.

Is this not...or is this wonderful. You can do so much with this stamp and die set.
Till next week with more eyecandy...
happy scrappy days and inky hugs from Sussi

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