Sunday, September 1, 2013

Tea Time - A Child's Year Teapot

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Welcome to Glenda's Cards!

A couple of my other crafting loves include cross-stitch and ribbon embroidery! My walls are loaded down with many of my framed works. I love how little X's can make such a beautiful picture! Now it seems paper crafting keeps me busy! Whenever I saw the lovely photo inspiration at The Shabby Tea Room, my eyes were naturally drawn into the gorgeous cross stitch piece. I did not have time to cross-stitch a little bread cover so I chose to do a small ribbon embroidery spider web rose on the linen fabric. I think the small bread cloth works good with my tea pot theme.


Card measures 6 1/2" x 5". Papers are some of my favorite K&Company papers.
Cuttlebug Swiss Dots is used on the blue lid of the tea pot.
Just Rite Stamps - Times New Roman Font 15 pt. is used for TEA TIME.  
Martha Stewart Ribbon Loop edge is used on the pink mat. Another piece of pretty lace is used on top of the mat.
Cricut Cartridges:
A Child's Year -  P. 67 Tag feature.. The teapot is actually a card itself and is pop-dotted on the main card. Perfect way to add an additional sentiment.
Mother's Day Bouquet - Flower is leftover cuts from a previous project. I added the flower to a gathered lace rosette for the center of the tea pot.


Pearls, lace, and crinkle ribbon are from my stash. I was hesitant about the placement of the tea pot on the card, but I am pleased with the tilted look!


 Photo inspiration
 
                   
Challenge:
The Shabby Tea Room -Ch. 181 Colors in photo and include flowers and a Tea theme


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8 comments:

  1. Gorgeous card. I just love teapots. The paper is so pretty andvI love that pretty lace rosette!

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  2. WOWZERS...this is simply gorgeous!! I love the way your tea pot turned out! The textures and embellishments are AMAZING!!!
    Sherrie K
    http://sherriescraps.blogspot.com

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  3. Oh Glenda, loving your gorgeous shabby little tea pot! Really pretty card.....so happy you joined us again in The Shabby Tea Room:) Hugs

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  4. Glenda, I just love feasting my eyes on your card! It is so, so pretty! It brought back happy memories when I used to do counted cross stitch with my Mom. :-)

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  5. Glenda there are so many details and they are all beautiful. You have truly proven to be good at this Shabby Chic thing. That little teapot is amazing.

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  6. Gorgeous Glenda! I've done a lot of cross stitch, too, but have sidelined it for papercrafting. I've been thinking about making some small items to work into card projects. Maybe someday!

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  7. I don't know how I miss this beauty but I did! This is such a fabulous card Glenda! I love the tea pot, you always pick the most beautiful papers! The laces and details make this card amazing! I love that embroidered rose and I love the paper rose!!! Cross stitch is amazing isn't it?!! I used to love to cross stitch but like you paper crafting took over. lol I am thinking about getting back into some of it though. Glenda you always make the most amazing cards, you always awe me!! Hugs my friend!

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