You are Tea-riffic – Friendship Card

Hi Everyone,

Sharing a card tonight that I made for the PP#392 challenge using the CTD #492 challenge color palette. Everyone who knows me knows I love the coffee and tea theme and take every opportunity to sneak one into my designs. Hope you like it. On with the card design and ingredients.

I created a couple of paper rectangle stencils from scrap paper. Used these to sponge the back ground design onto the card front in Distress Oxide inks in squeezed lemonade and iced spruce.

Dies cuts are from Paper Smooches – Coffee and Tea set. The cups are cut from red card stock. I Decorated a couple with a white gel pen. These two are a few layers and popped up on foam squares for a bit of dimension. The teapot is cut from watercolor paper in a few layers and stamped with Carnation red Ranger Archival ink with a small flower stamp from Jillibean Soup coffee and tea set. This is also popped up on foam squares. The sentiment is also from this set and stamped in Versafine Onyx black ink. 

Used some Wink of Stella on the cups and on the flowers. Also added a dot of silver gel pen to the flower centers. Lastly added a few moonshine confetti sequins. 

Hope you like it. 

Be sure to check out the challenge blogs for more fun and inspiration. 

 http://thepaperplayers.blogspot.com/

http://colorthrowdown.blogspot.com/

Thanks so much for stopping by and as always I appreciate your kind comments. Be sure to subscribe/follow along for future blog posts. 

Enjoy ~ Pat

14 thoughts on “You are Tea-riffic – Friendship Card

  1. Fantastic background design! It looks like little shelves for those cute cups! Thanks for playing along over at The Paper Players this week!

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  2. What a fun way to create a background, especially in the CTD’s challenge colors! Cute little teacups and adorable teapot! Thanks for playing with our challenge this week at the Paper Players!

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  3. What a striking background design – it’s not easy to get everything lined up and spaced out just so, but you’ve made it look easy. Nice way to use the colours too. Thank you for joining us at The Paper Players.

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