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The two challenges today on Splitcoast, the CAS281 (a color challenge) and the TLC490 (stamp, punch) seemed doable as a combination, so that was the direction I went.  My card isn’t quite as clean & simple as I originally intended, but it’s close enough for me, since most everything is punched or die cut. 

The fun greeting was stamped on a large die cut tag and again a few times on scrap pieces. I used a multi tag punch to punch out parts of the greeting, then added a some color w/ my Copics and popped them up on top of the original greeting. The teapot & cup were die cut and I added a scrap behind the roses parts that I also added color. The peach doily was die cut as well as the white & coral layers. 

The finished card is 4.25 x 5.50 and these are the Copics I used.

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Supplies:

Stamps: Serendipity Stamps – A Woman is Like Greeting
Paper: X-Press It white, peach, coral
Ink:  Memento tuxedo black
Accessories:  Serendipity Teapot & Teacup dies,  Copic markers, Spellbinders A2 matting basics A & B dies,  multi tag punch (McGill), ribbon, ODBD lg Tag die, Cheery Lynn Kiwi doily die

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Welcome to the Serendipity Tea Time Blog Hop! 
 
We know you’ll love these beautiful new Tea Time dies! The rose cut outs are just gorgeous and the shape and lines are fabulous. 
The hop will run through midnight EDT, March 30, 2014. Just visit all of the Design Team blogs and one random winner will receive a $20 gift code off their next order!

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For my card, I die cut the teapot & teacup in white, then lightly embossed them only on lt yellow card stock. I used yellow & yellow/orange Copic markers to add some additional color to the embossed yellow roses, then trimmed to fit under the white die cut versions. I came across a previously die cut white oval frame & used the same Copics to add color to match. I did the same with the larger, yellow/orange mat. The printed paper was added underneath for contrast. On the larger piece of designer paper, I stamped the tea border with the distress ink and added some of the yellow/orange color to it as well. The layout is a bit non-standard but I had some pieces of designer paper left from another project and didn’t want them to go to waste. One word of the tea border was stamped on white and I used a multi tag punch to punch out the one little “tea bag” tag to add to the cup. I added a printed navy Candi dot in the upper left for balance.

Thanks so much for stopping by! Please stop by and visit all of the blogs so you’ll be sure to be in the drawing!

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Supplies:

Stamps: Serendipity Stamps – Tea Border
Paper: X-Press It white, navy,  dp (Teresa Collins -Moments collection)
Ink:  Memento tuxedo black, Distress inks in chipped sapphire, wild honey
Accessories:  Serendipity Teapot & Teacup dies,  Copic markers, Spellbinders lg & sm petite oval dies. multi tag punch (McGill), Candi dot, Perfect Paper Crafts mini rulers & mat

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What a terrific Free For All (F4A98) challenge! Quite a laundry list of items and I hope I included them all. This is also for yesterday’s WT challenge (WT365), a birthday card.

Let’s see…we were to use a die cut – my teapot and tea bag are die cuts, the partial doily is a die cut. A 3D flower- my flower is a spiral blossom die cut that I inked and rolled up. Pearls- I used three little silver pearls in the upper left corner. Embossing folder- well, I used a texture thingie of sorts. I used a piece of plastic canvas mesh in the embossing machine to add the texture to the teapot and the burgundy layer behind the greeting. (Greeting is Our Daily Bread designs). And designer paper- I used it for the teapot and the background layer.
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For the WT challenge, we were to make a birthday card. So I think I’m covered. The finished card is 5 inches square.

Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a great weekend!

 

Stamps: ODBD – Birthday Blessings
Paper: pale grey, burgundy, lt pink marble, dp (Prima – Melody collection)
Ink: Ancient Page bordeaux, Distress Ink spun sugar
Accessories: Spellbinders spiral blossom 1 & label 16, Quickutz tea set dies, Tombow port wine marker, silver pearls, Martha Stewart fern punch, leaf punch, plastic mesh canvas