Tuesday, February 24, 2015

I'm a Little Teapot

Hello Classy Friends! Diane here today with my "I'm a little teapot" card for our challenge this week "Tea Party"!

I just love the pretty Spring colors of this card! It was a little bit of fussing around with it, but I think well worth the effort!!

Let me tell you how I made it. I started by adhering Double sided adhesive Scor-tape sheets to Pearlized Esse White Metallic card stock before I die cut. I then placed my PoppyStamps Teapot Stack die on and ran it through my Cuttlebug a couple of times using the Cuttlehug Large Shim.  This gives you a nice sticky backing to adhere down to your card.

 I embossed a panel using the  Darice Doily Lace embossing folder then adhered the teapot die cut to that.  Then I decided to get real creative, and picked out a few scrap pieces of paper, adhered them the same as I did the die cut, to the Scor-tape sheet and ran each color through my machine.  Using the Crafters Tools by Cheery Lynn Designs
I carefully picked each piece out and adhered it in it's place.   It was so easy using one of the picks from the set!

Lastly, I added some flowers.  If you saw one of my previous posts using the new Heartfelt Creations Botanical Rose Stamp set and Botanical Wings die set, you will remember I cut several extra flowers, thinking they would come in handy later.  Well, they certainly did!

I used five of the smaller flowers and using the Paper Blossom Tool Kit and Paper Blossoms Craft Molding Mat, I formed my flowers.  The flowers were colored with Susan's Garden PanPastels coloring kit, and finished off with Lavender Pearls.  The tiny Leaf Clusters are from Impression Obsession.

I encourage you to join in the challenge with us this week, we would love to have you!!

If you are unable to find an item in the store, or would like something special ordered, please email me at beverly@classycardsnsuch.com.

Thanks for stopping by!!! Until next time...

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Diana Nguyen said...

Love your colorful pots! So bright and cheery!

Bowerbird said...

that is so cute!