Have a Cuppa Tea
Other Products: Distress Inks: Faded jeans, Bundled sage, Faded jeans, Milled lavender, Victorian velvet. Dimond stickles, White card stock, Foam inking tools, Fussy cutting scissors.
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 8 1/2” x 6 3/4”/ 21.7cm x 17.1cm. Taking the white card stock make a card base to the above measurements. Taking the paper collection and find the paper with the blue, lavender and green in the sky. Trim this to 7 1/2” x 5 3/4” / 19.2cm x 15cm, ink the edges with the faded jeans ink and a foam inking tool. Adhere this to the card front using 3D foam tape or dots. Taking the white card stock and the frame die from the Intricate Swirl Frame set and die cut the large frame. Ink this also with Faded jeans and the Milled lavender inks. Apply clear drying admissive to the frame lace edges using the hydra sponge. Sprinkle glitter over the edge. When the glitter is dry adhere to the card front using the 3D foam tape or dots.
To make all the embellishments for this card: Stamp using the sepia ink, x1 each of the small teapots, x3 of the flower borders, x2 of the flower clusters, x1 of the teacup border, x1 of the sentiment tag and sentiment. Color the embellishments using distress inks: The teapots, teacups and sentiment tag with the Faded linen. For the flowers and leaves use the Faded jeans, Bundled sage and Victorian velvet. A dot of yellow zig brush to the blue flower centers. Apply a dot of adhesive to the teacups, teapots and flower centers then sprinkle with the glitter. The yellow flower centers are dotted with the diamond stickles but you could also use glitter for this.
The order of adhering the embellishments to the card front. 1st the larger teapot then the two of the flower borders. The smaller teapot and sentiment tag. The 3rd flower border and teacups. Trim and fussy cut the flower clusters to fit under the sentiment tag and under the border next to the large teapot to fill the gaps.