Other Products: Mint Macaron, Rococo Rose, smoky slate, old olive and granny apple green ink pad – Stampin Up!, 7” square white card base, Copic YG01, C00, R000, R83, Transparent embossing ink pad, Silver embossing powder, Foam pads, hot glue, Princess pink chalk cloud ink, white cardstock
For more tips on creating with the Tea Time Collection watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/4bjPeZW_oT8.
Instructions: Cut a square of paper from the collection, slightly smaller than 7”, and adhere to the card base.
Select the pale pink paper and cut 2 panels 3.25” x 6.5”, edge with mint macaron ink on the short sides and the floral edges. Adhere to the card base so that you have pattern top and bottom of the card.
Die cut the 2nd largest rounded circle from white card and adhere to the centre of the card base.
Select and cut a strip with tea cups from the paper collection, layer onto a slightly wider white card strip and then onto a slightly wider paper from the collection. Adhere across the centre of the card base.
Select an image from the paper collection and cut to a square approx. 2.75”. layer onto a larger white card and then onto a slightly larger designer paper. Add to the centre of the card base using foam pads.
Stamp the teacups in smoky slate ink onto white card, colour using copic pens, diecut and shape using the flower shaping tools. Add to the right side of the card base using hot glue.
Stamp the leaves in old olive ink onto flower shaping paper and colour in granny apple green ink. Die cut and add shading with the old olive ink. Spritz with water at the back and shape using the flower shaping tools.
Make the Pink Roses: Stamp onto deluxe flower shaping paper using Rococo Rose ink and colour using Princess pink chalk cloud ink. Diecut and colour the reverse of the petals with princess pink. Place face down into the flower shaping mold, spritz with water and run through the die cutting machine. Shape with the flower shaping tools and glue 3 sets of petals together to form the flower. Add rococo rose ink to the centre and petal edges. Sponge dries clear adhesive onto the flowers, sprinkle with baby’s breath transparent glitter and set aside to dry.
Stamp the teaspoon in transparent embossing ink onto white card, cover with silver embossing powder, remove excess and heat to set. Diecut and colour using the smoky slate ink. Die cut a 2nd teaspoon and adhere the 2 pieces together to create a stronger spoon.
Position the spoon and flowers around the central topper and adhere using hot glue. Select the sentiment and diecut. Glue into position under the topper.
Created By: Cheryl Morgan