Thursday, December 15, 2016
Whip Cream Cardstock and a layer of Cranberry Bliss Cardstock. I then took a piece of Whip Cream Cardstock and stamped the tea cup from Tea Time with Black Licorice ink all over. I then stamped one tea cup on a piece of Whip Cream cardstock which will become the one I colored with my Journey Color Burst Pencils. I then detail cut this one out.
I wrapped a piece of Vintage Lace around the card first. Then I wrapped a piece of Candy Apple Satin Ribbon around and tied one end with a Journey Thread Silver tied a bow.
I then die cut a Journey Circle with the piercing element out of Cranberry Bliss Cardstock and tucked this under the ribbon. I added the colored tea cup to the card using foam squares.
To finish the card, I added a few pearls. Enjoy!
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Thank you CealDelete
Thank you ShellyDelete
Such a quaint and beautiful card!ReplyDelete
Thank you HeidiDelete
Beautiful tea card!!! Very very pretty!!!ReplyDelete
Thank you AriannaDelete
Oh I love everything about your beautiful card! That tea cup stamp is awesome, who makes it I think I need it! Love the lace on your card too!ReplyDelete
Thank you Lori.Delete
Beautiful tea cups and pretty vintage lace!ReplyDelete
Thank you HelenDelete
So gorgeous. I love the vintage styled cup.ReplyDelete
Thank you VernaDelete
Simply elegant looking and the bold use of red is perfect, thank you for the inspirationReplyDelete
Thank you M SamuelsonDelete
How pretty! Love the repeated stamping for the background, the glorious red and the vintage lace!ReplyDelete
Thank you AmyDelete
Beautiful! Love the repeated cups! Hugs, AutumnReplyDelete
Thank you AutumnDelete
This such a pretty & delicate tea cup. Love your petty card.ReplyDelete
Thank you RebeccaDelete
very nice card!ReplyDelete
Thank you FikiDelete
Love the black and white with the pops of red. Perfect.ReplyDelete
Thank you TeriDelete
<Lovely background with the cups!ReplyDelete
So pretty! Love the black and white background and then the one image popping with color... just beautiful!ReplyDelete
What a sweet and beautiful tea cup!ReplyDelete