Thursday, 13 June 2019

Tea Together

This stamp set and dies have been on my desk since Jan/Feb and the packet hasn't been opened. So the time had come. The inspiration for this card was from Patty Bennet  It's not identical but nearly. However that has got me going with this set.


I have used a 'flat lay' photograph to show the products I have used.  There are a lot of retired products on the card but the stamp set and dies are in the new catalogue on page 113. The teapot, cup and saucer have been stamped with momento (I still can't find the stazon ink)onto some retired vellum, then dried with a heat gun very gently! These have been die cut and an image has been die cut in whisper white. I have put the two layers together with glue dots.


The shelf on which they sit is a piece of now retired marbled designer paper and the ribbon is the petal pink /whisper white variegated ribbon, which I seem to have quite a stash of!
In the centre of the flower on the front of the card I have used a clear epoxy  droplet. These have carried into the new catalogue which I am really pleased about they come in three sizes and the frosted ones look good to. You get both sorts in one pack.


The colouring of the flower with the sentiment and the flowers inside has been done with a few 'Blends'. These pens are lovely to work with. They have a very soft brush end which only needs a light touch.





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Tea Time dies                                 149697
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Rich Razzleberry Ink                     147091
Rich Razzleberry Card                   119981
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