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Monday, May 13, 2013

TEA SHOPPE stamped on Patterned Paper


When Tea Shoppe meets Floral District Designer Paper
It's Fusion between Ink and Patterned Paper, 
and then add a great Sketch
from Connie and Mary, It's Chemistry Perfection!

2013 Thursday Challenges-014


Go Ahead and Click on the Challenge Images to Play Along!

Here's the details on the main panel...

1.  Make a Primrose Petal card base.
2.  Cut an Early Espresso layer  4 1/4" x 2 3/4".
3.  Cut a Crumb Cake 4" x 2 1/2", sponge the edges with Crumb Cake ink.
4.  Cut a vanilla layer 3 3/4" x 2 1/4", sponge the edges with Crumb Cake ink.
5.  Using Primrose Petal ink Stamp the large tea cup with from the retiring TEA  
     SHOPPE stamp set onto a piece of Floral District Designer Paper 
     (retiring June 2nd).

Floral District Designer Series Paper


When stamped on the patterned paper it will create a translucent 
effect with the design color just peeking through.


6. Use SU paper snips to gently trim about 1/16" around the tea cup image.
7. Sponge the outside edge of the tea cup image with Crumb Cake.
8. Apply dimensionals to the back of the tea cup and apply to the vanilla,
   crumb cake and espresso panels.
9. Using a 7/8" scallop circle punch found HERE, punch a scallop using the
    same paper as the stamped tea cup. Sponge edges with Crumb Cake Ink.


10. Attach the scallop to the tea cup using a Metallic brad.
11. Punch a Small Heart with espresso paper and crumble up to distress it
     before applying to the cup.
12. Using Early Espresso ink stamp a sentiment onto 7/16" Natural Trim .
7/16 Natural Trim Ribbon5/8 Inch Crochet Trim Victoria - by Stampin' Up!
13. Layer together a piece of Victoria Crochet Trim and Natural trim with a
     small safety pin( Vintage Trinkets, retired ) and attach to your tea cup.
14. Apply strips of Crochet Trim, Natural trim and First Edition Specialty Paper
     on the Primrose card base.
15. Pop up the main panel with dimensionals and apply over the strips.

Tea Shoppe - Clear-Mount Stamp


Have fun trying your own stamping on Designer Paper and
Thank You for S T R E T C H I N G your Stampin'Up products with me!

Pam Strobel, Your Personal Trainer




11 comments:

  1. Wow! This card is so cool. Stamping directly on the dsp and on the Natural Trim are 2 great techniques. And using the dsp scallop circle as an embellishment is brilliant. The entire card has a real Asian feel to it. Great job! Thanks for joining us this week at Create with Connie and Mary.

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  2. Great card Pam. Wonderful how you incorporated all of the challenges into one card. I'm going to miss this stamp set! Thanks for joining us this week at Create with Connie & Mary!

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  3. WOW! I really like th look of the tea cup stamped onto the DSP - a really fun different look! Thanks for joining us this week in the sketch challenge at Create with Connie and Mary!

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  4. How clever you are to stamp the image on dsp! I love the look! I will really miss this set! Thanks for playing the challenge at Create with Connie and Mary!

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  5. What an eye-catching card! Great technique to stamp on the dsp and love how the dsp colors show through in the open spaces! Beautiful card! Thanks for joining us for the sketch challenge this week at Create with Connie and Mary!

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  6. Oh how wonderful! I love stamping on dsp...it just is such a fun thing to do and I love how you took such a contemporary print and made it work on a vintage set! Thanks for playing along this week in the Create with Connie and Mary Thursday Challenge!

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  7. I really like how you used the ribbons instead of just doing three paper strips. The cup looks great on the DSP...I sometimes forget these simple tricks! Thanks for playing the Create with Connie & Mary Challenge this week!

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  8. Gorgeous stamping Pam!
    So glad you joined in the fun experimenting @ FUSION - hope to see you again soon :)

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  9. Oh, love how you stamped on the ribbon and attached with the vintage pin...very unique way to show that element! SO cute! Thanks for playing along with the sketch challenge this week on Create with Connie and Mary!

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  10. Very pretty card. Love how you did the tea cup..clever. Thanks for joining us this week at Fusion.

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  11. absolutely wonderful! lovin' that big ole teacup! So glad that you joined us at Fusion!

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