I have one more card to share with you using the Cups and Kettles set. This card is the same layout at the last card that was posted using this same set. What I want to show you is how different a card can look just by changing up the paper. Have fun with this product suite from Stampin Up. I am keeping my fingers crossed that we will see this set in the new big catalog in June.
Stampin Up Even More “Cups and Kettles”
Here is the card recipe:
Card Base: Bermuda Bay, 4-1/4 x 11 scored at 5-1/2
Mat: Whisper White, 4-1/8 x 5-3/8 Embossed with the Chevron Embossing Folder
Banner: Have A Cuppa DSP 2 x 3-3/4 punched with the Triple Banner Punch
Strip: Have Cuppa DSP 1-1/4 x 5-3/8
Sentiment: Whisper White, 1-1/4 x 3 punched with the Triple Banner Punch
The tea pot: The teapot was cut out using more of the Have a Cuppa DSP and the Cups and Kettles Framelits. After it was cut out I embossed it with the Decorative Dots embossing folder for added dimension and sponged the edges with Bermuda Bay ink and a sponge dauber. The Tea tag was stamped in black ink and also cut with the same framelit set as the tea pot. A flower was punched using the itty bitty accent punch, a bit of white bakers twine for the tea bag and it is complete. I adhered it with dimensionals for more pop.
The sentiment: The first thing I did was tuck a small snip of doily onto the banner. The sentiment was stamped in black ink and adhered to the banner. I added a lemon from the Have a Cuppa embellishment kit and a Bermuda Bay 1/8 inch stitched ribbon bow. I added one more flower punched from the itty bitty accent punch, a few pearls and the card is complete.
Can I Help You?
Do you need products to make this card? I would love to help you if you don’t already have a demonstrator. You can shop my online store my clicking the “shop with me” button or contact me and I would be happy to help you.
Happy Stamping, Kristi
Here are the other cards that I have shared using this set:
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