Sunday, July 10, 2016

Tea Time Thank You card

Hello! Thanks for stopping by today.  I am continuing to add thank you cards to my stash.   This one was easy and fun to make.

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The process was simple.  I first stamped the large teacup with black ink onto my card, and to a post-it note. I cut out the post-it note to make a mask.

I then stamped with my peg stamps all over the panel to create patterned paper.  I did use distress ink to color around the edges of the panel.  I tried to choose my colors to be analogous, meaning that they are side by side on the color wheel.  This creates a harmonious color scheme.

Supplies:  Mama Elephant Cup of Wishes, Rubber Stamp Tapestry A Spot of Tea peg stamp set, Technique Tuesday Tiny Sentiments, Versafine Onyx Black ink, Avery Elle Pigment inks in Sapphire, Mermaid, Sugar Plum and Celery, Distress Ink Tumbled Glass, cardstock from my stash.

Thanks for your visit and for the kind comments!  

4 comments:

  1. Hi Heidi, wow what a grand job you did to created that amazing background! I have a friend who would love this card, have a great week... Megan

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  2. Beautiful job once again using these stamps for your background, you may just get me to buy some more of them :)

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    1. There's nothing like crafting blogs for enabling! Thanks for your kind comment! :)

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  3. Wow, I thought that was designer paper. You did a beautiful masking job. Love how colourful your peg stamps are. I don't own any but it seems like a lot of Artsy Inkers do.

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