Monday, June 26, 2017

The Tea Pot Is On





I have been making several coffee and tea themed projects this week and wanted to share this sweet card. 



I am a coffee drinker but one of my best friend’s only drinks tea.  When I saw the “Tea pot is on”...sentiment, from Just For Fun Rubber Stamps, it reminded me of her and inspired this card.  It was stamped with Paris Dusk Memento Ink and layered on white using a Martha Stewart Border Punch on the sides.



The tea cup from JFF's Coffee Unmounted Sheet was also stamped with Paris Dusk Memento Ink on two different cardstocks.  These were fussy cut and paper pieced.  This was centered on a white doily, die cut with Marianne Design Creatables Designer Doily die.  Several small flowers, die cut with Sue Wilson's Camellia Open die, were added along with jewels.

When your week gets crazy, sit and have a cup of tea, hopefully with a friend.



E. Marie

I entered this project in the following challenge:
Simon Says Stamps Wednesday Challenge – Use Patterned Paper
Allsorts Challenge Week 421 – Flower Power
Crafts Galore Encore Challenge Blog – Anything Goes
Crafty Creations Challenges #344 – Anything Goes
 

10 comments:

DIANA L. said...

I love your beautiful card I love the sentiment it would be nice to take the time to sit with friends and have tea

Rebecca Yahrling said...

Where are you getting all this cute paper???! LOVE it!
This is sooo pretty.

Shelly said...

Oh what a sweet card!

~amy~ said...

Such a pretty card, love all the blues.

MakeYourLifeColourful said...

Wow, this is such a gorgeous sentiment, and the card si fabulous! Thanks for sharing!

Gayatri said...

Gorgeous colours and coordinated pattern paper. Love it. Thanks for playing along Simon Says Stamp Patterned Paper challenge. Gayatri xx

Hetty said...

Beautiful card: love the design paper, the cup and a great sentiment.

Verna Angerhofer said...

This is so very gorgeous and that is a wonderful sentiment.

Fiki said...

very nice card!

Lisa said...

So beautiful! Love all of the blues and that beautiful doily!