Hello, my stamping friend!
Did you see Tea Boutique suite of products? Tea bundle inspired me to host a Ta Party and a Tea Boutique class last weekend.
Here is one of the cards we made:
- Sweet Sorbet CS: 4 ¼ x 11”; 5/8 x 3 ¾”
- Garden Green CS: ¾ x 5”
- Basic White CS: 4 x 5 ¼”, 3 ½ x 3 ½” (for stitched circle); 2 ¾ x 4 ¼” (for stamping and die cutting),
- DSP: 2 x 5”; 2 x 3 (for cup)
- Sweet sorbet bow, 3 rhinestones
- Stamp a sentiment in sweet sorbet ink in the bottom right corner of a basic white CS.
- Die cut a scalloped edge (Penned Flowers dies) from the garden green CS. Adhere to the right side of the DSP.
- Adhere basic white piece to the card front.
- Cut a sweet sorbet strip on an angel on a left side, adhere to the card.
- Stamp a cup image on the DSP in sweet sorbet ink. Die cut.
- Stamp following on a basic white piece: 1 leaf in garden green ink, another leave in garden green without reinking (stamped off) and 1 leaf in a parakeet party ink. Die cut.
- Die cut largest scalloped circle from a basic white square (Stylish Shapes dies) and a flower from sweet sorbet piece (Penned Flowers dies).
- Add a cup and leaves to the stitched circle with dimensionals. Add stitched circle to the card with dimensionals.
- Adhere a flower to the left side of the cup, add a bow to the center of the flower with a glue dot.
- Add 3 rhinestones to the top right of the card.
Tea Party was a lot of fun - it was a proper English tea party with selection of fine tea, sandwiches (even classic cucumber ones), scones and deserts.
Here is some pictures.
Lille favors everybody received - mini box of tea, jar of honey and a spoon.
If you need any supplies - Visit My Store . Host Code: BPCCRBH6. As a thank you I will send you a free PDF of the class.
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