This adorable teacup stamp and doily embossing folder came with the Quick Cards Made Easy magazine back in the June issue and they go together so beautifully.
I inked the inside of the embossing folder with "Tattered Rose" Distress ink before embossing the cardstock. That is how I got the effect of the light pink background with white doilies. I will be sharing that technique in "Distress Ink Techniques Part 4" later this month on my YouTube channel jjgz4ever and it will also be on Scrapbook Blessings Club .
I had that corner piece that was a leftover scrap and it fit perfectly so I had to use it. I stamped the teacups on glossy cardstock and colored them with Spectrum Noir markers and then cut them out and used foam tape to adhere them to the card. For fun I added sequins to make it appear that tea is spilling out of the tilted teacup. On the side I embossed a strip of white cardstock and attached ribbon and a bow to it and attached that to the card. It all came together perfectly.
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Beautiful tea card for today. Love the soft pink color.ReplyDelete
Happy Tea Day!
Thank you so much Hetty...Happy Tea Day to you too :) Hugs...JanieDelete
Gorgeous tea card! I got that same set in a card making magazine, but I never thought to put the ink on the inside of the embossing folder! Great idea and looks amazing!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much Lori...and have fun playing with your set too :) Hugs...JanieDelete
oh, love all the die-cuts, soft colors, a CAS and very elegant.ReplyDelete
Sue, thank you for your sweet comments :) Hugs...JanieDelete
Love the stacked tea cups.ReplyDelete
Love your soft colors. Stunning card.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much Teresa :) Hugs...JanieDelete
This is just lovely.ReplyDelete
Thanks Ann :) Hugs...JanieDelete
Such a sweet card. Love all the pinkReplyDelete
Thanks Helen....pink is my favorite color :) Hugs...JanieDelete
Ok so.. now... wait... that is an embossing folder? The multiple doilies in the background... I need that!! Your card is beautiful! I've been stuck on that embossing embossing technique too...lol... so beautiful!ReplyDelete
Hi Lisa....yes it is an awesome embossing folder and works great with the Distress Ink technique. It is called "Time For Tea" from Quick Cards Made Easy and designed by Jenny Ellory. The embossing folder and teacup stamp set came with the magazine as a set. Thank you so much for your sweet comments :) Hugs...JanieDelete
So pretty, love your pink card and the gold sequins! Happy Wednesday!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much Sylvia :) Hugs...JanieDelete
Ohhhhhhhh this is gorgeous!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!ReplyDelete
Oh thank you so much Julie :) Hugs...JanieDelete
Thank you :) Hugs...JanieReplyDelete
This is so pretty. LOVE the pretty pinks you've used here. The stack is just beautiful and I love that the 'tea' is spilling out. Love how you've created the pink on the embossing folders. So pretty! BevReplyDelete
Bev...thank you sooooo much for all your sweet comments!!! It really means a lot to me :) Hugs...JanieDelete
This is sooo sweet!!ReplyDelete
Thanks Shelly :) Hugs...JanieDelete
Thanks Mandy :) Hugs...JanieDelete
So very pretty & feminine. Love the doilies.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much Rebecca :) Hugs...JanieDelete