Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Tea-rrific Blog Hop

March is tea-rrific! Welcome to the Tea-rrific Blog Hop!
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S1703 Tea-rrific is the stamp of the month and it's all about tea cups!
Isn't it cute!? I've been looking for a cup stamp and when I saw this I just had to have it!

I dug around in my paper stash and found some scraps to create this card. I used some old Fundamentals paper plus cardstock, embossed it, and rounded the edges before attaching to my card front. I stamped the tea cup on a scrap of white daisy cardstock then added the flower before coloring quickly with some pens I had on hand. There's some shimmer brushing on the cup too if you look closely!

Since I used a blue card base, I decided to add some white inside and stamp it. I love the little tea bag and string!

To make this card, you'll need the following materials. Click through the links to purchase or contact your consultant. Products used: LagoonPeacock White Daisy and Eggplant Cardstocks, Damask Embossing Folder, White & Gold Ribbon, My Acrylix® Block Starter Kit, Black and Eggplant Exclusive Inks™, Clear and Gold Shimmer Brushes, March 2017: Tea-rrific Stamp of the Month, Corner Rounder, Trimmer, Non-stick Micro-tip Scissors, Versamat™, Bone Folder, Spritz, Scrubber, 3L® E-Z Dots® Adhesive.

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5 comments:

  1. I love the idea of embossing the Fundamentals paper!

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  2. Great idea of embossing your scraps to use as a background. Certainly makes for a quick card too.

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  3. I hardly ever stamp inside my cards I really have to do that more often, a lovely card.

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  4. Thanks for sharing your card design Kara. :)

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  5. Embossing is nice background.

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