Tuesday, April 3, 2018

My Cup Runneth Over


Like visiting an old friend, running across an old and much loved stamp set
that hasn't seen ink in a long time, brings joy to this stamper. 

MIM this week had me going through my PTI sets and finding an oldie,
Tea For Two Additions.


Our hostess this Monday is Stephanie, and she challenged us to Add color to our Outline Images.


The Tea for Two set has solid, or nearly solid images, and the outline and sentiment I 
wanted to use. 


I added the little flower from Stitching garden, and a leafy image from the 2018
Anniversary Set.

The following are the sets I used. If you click them, it will take you to the sets
in the PTI shop.


Thanks for visiting, and have great week!

25 comments:

  1. This is adorable! I wish I could think more out of the box. I had it in my mind that it had to be flowers, but it really can be anything you want it to be. I love the tea cups and the pretty flowers and colors. Beautiful card!

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  2. Stunning work Nancy! I love the colors and movement~

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  3. This card is FABULOUS Nancy!! And why have I never seen this Tea For Two set before??!! I love it and just added it to my cart, so thanks for enabling friend!! What a perfect set to use for this technique too...SOOOO pretty and I just LOVE that sentiment! Really like your layout too!! Lovely, lovely card my friend!! :0)

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    1. Oh yes... getting back at you for the Magicals I'm so in love with! Looks like we're co-enablerers!

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  4. Oooh my, this is sweet Nancy! I have this set and it hasn't seen ink in waaaayyy too long. I'll have to check out Stephanie's video and hopefully join in on the fun. Love those sweet polka dotted tea cups and flowers!!

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  5. I can't tell you how much I LOVE this!! amazing technique : )

    Patti

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  6. Nancy this is so pretty. Love your colors. This stamp set works perfectly for this challenge. Great take on the challenge, Nancy. Have a great week.

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  7. Nancy,that is so stinkin cute! Love it! I was going to send you an email congratulating you on the article about you and your friends on the Papertrey blog, really cool.

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  8. Wow...simply stunning card Nancy! Love how you used those sweet tea cups, genius! So beautiful and very elegant!

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  9. Hello! !
    Celebrate this Easter with a heart filled with peace, joy and cheer! Have a happy Easter!
    I am always impressed with a nice message.
    In this season, Japan is stained with cherry color.
    It is a very favorite season for Japanese people.
    Sakura in Washington DC is also a present from Japan.
    I am enjoying 70 kilometers on a road bike in cherry blossoms.
    Ryoma.

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  10. Oh goodness do I ever LOVE this card! You have used these images brilliantly Nancy, this is so pretty!

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  11. What a sweet card, Nancy! Love the tea cups with the floral and the offset arrangement...simply wonderful!

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  12. I was immediately drawn to your card. I love the way you mixed the tea cups with the flower image. So creative.

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  13. You picked such a great set to use for this technique, another one of those PTI sets I haven't used in ages. Love the colors and your fabulous design!

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  14. A total stunner! You and this technique go very well together - I simply love this card!

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  15. Wow, Nancy, I LOVE this card! Teacups bright colors and polka dots arranged to perfection. Beautifully done. I am always inspired by your lovely designs.

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  16. O wow, Nancy! I'm so in love with your take on this challenge!! Love the colors, the sweet cups, and how perfectly composed this card is!

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  17. Three words - clever, colorful and fun! We can all learn from this design - thanks!

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  18. This is very cool!!! I LOVE the way you created this!!

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  19. It's so nice to see an older set used. Tea For Two/Additions is one of my favorite sets although I don't use it much. Seeing your pretty card is inspiring me to get it out and ink it up again! I'm thinking the teapot would be nice to use with the outlining too.

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  20. Fun stamps and cheery colors here, Nancy! Great card idea :-)

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  21. SO CUTE, Nancy! I LOVE the little Tea Cups & pops of color! BEAUTIFULLY DONE!!!!!!!!!!!!! ;)

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  22. Nancy, once again you nailed the challenge with this beauty! Your colorful teacups at different angles are so fun and artsy. Perfect sentiment choices also!

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  23. Love this - I have this set and rarely use it because it stumps me. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  24. How fun is this? Love the colors you chose, Nancy! The tilted cups makes me think of sipping tea :).

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