A Spot of Tea
Other Products: Inks: Spectrum Noir Tri-blend markers: Dull Green, Pale Pink, Lavender, Ice Grey. Fussy cutting scissors, Foam inking tools, Vers-a-mark, white card stock, Diamond stickles
For more tips on creating with the Tea Time Collection watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/4bjPeZW_oT8.
Instructions: This tent fold card measures 6 1/4”x 6 1/4” / 16cm x 16cm. Taking the white card stock make the card base using the above measurements. Make the lace frame using the outside outer edge from the Stairway die set and the inner square die from the Courtyard Elegance die set. Cut these together. Find the paper with the sentiment on it, cut the piece with the sentiment and the above print with the teapot on it. Taking the 3.25”x .75” die from the Cut Mat Create 1a set and die cut the sentiment out of the paper. Die cut this shape x4 extra from the white card stock. Adhere the layers together to make a chippie. Find also from the paper collection, the paper with the sentiments printed on the page. Cut to the same size as the card front. Taking the Milled lavender ink and foam inking tool ink all the edges of the above. Taking the clear drying adhesive and the hydra sponge bring the adhesive to the white card stock die cut lace. When dry adhere all to the card front using the 3D foam dots or tape, except the sentiment.
To make all the embellishments for the card: Stamp using the gold embossing powder the larger teapot, x1 of the flower boarder, x4 flower clusters. Using the Tri-blend markers or other markers or pencils bring color to the elements.
Order of placement for the elements: Cut the flower border in half to fit the cluster. Adhere to both sides of the sentiment that has been cut out on the card front. Trim two flower clusters in half, these are to be adhered under the flower border pieces under the sentiment. Adhere the sentiment in place. Adhere the teapot with foam 3D dots to the card. Taking the remaining flower clusters, these are to be adhered to the flowers on the teapot and to the foot at the left. Add diamond stickles to the flower centers for attention.
Created By: Susan Smit