Friday, August 23, 2013

MFW TT Cup of Tea

Tuesday Trigger at Moxie Fab
'Now That's My Cup of Tea'

Inspiration? Sweet pastel colors, blooms,
and teacups!

Betsy Veldman did a teacup card awhile back with stacked teacups on a sweet triangle cloth.
 I 'borrowed' her idea,
and added a teapot with it's lid open.
PTI Tea for Two, Tea for Two Additions stamps and dies
Little cloth is a Limitless Layer square, stamped twice to form a gingham pattern with Bitty Background Blocks 2.
The rose on the teapot is from Table Service.
The Spring Rain panel is first stamped with Mini Blooms in Spring Rain ink, then
embossed in white. The panel was then embossed with PTI's Vineyard folder.

Closeup shows some detailing on the card
Everything is popped up with foam squares for a bit of dimension.
This week's Tuesday Trigger runs through Sun. the 25th.

11 comments:

  1. Love all the layers Nancy - the embossed base through the cloth triangle and fun stack of cups adds up to one great card!

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  2. OMG!! How FUN is this!! I LOVE your Design and the Embossed background really adds to the over all design!! Just BEAUTIFUL!! THANKS for sharing and have a Fabulous Weekend!! =)

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  3. Nancy, your card is so sweet. I love all the elements, and the way you have put them together.
    Love the side sentiment.

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  4. Wow, absolutely gorgeous! Love the red flower on the teapot!

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  5. What a pretty little teacup stack - your sequins are a fun touch too Nancy!
    Rx

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  6. Wonderful take on the TT. Great sentiment placment too.

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  7. Hey Nancy! Thanks for linking this up to this week's Tuesday Trigger in the Moxie Fab World! I'm so glad you joined in on all the fun! :)

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  8. Really like this card! So nicely done!

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  9. Makes me want to drive over and put on a tea party...again. Thoe teacups aer lifelike!

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  10. What an absolutely beautiful card, Nancy! I can see the influence of Betsy Veldman; I love the country feel and the beautiful colors and patterns of your teacups and teapot. Beautiful!

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