Tea for mom

Another project for you courtesy of a talented downline member.  This one is from Megan S. It is difficult to see from this picture but the card is made from very vanilla cardstock and then a very vanilla layer cut with the top note die for the Big Shot.  The layers...

Who says DSP can’t be a focal point?

All too often I have heard girls say, “I love this designer series paper, but it is too pretty to use.”  Can you imagine that?!  Seems like an oxeye moron  to me.  Shouldn’t DSP be pretty?  Because it is so pretty, it should be used! This card not...

Tea Shoppe

This card contains a great technique that I would LOVE to teach you!!   It is called Joseph’s Coat! This is one of the many incredible projects on display at the SU! Leadership conference. I particularly love the color combination.  It really does give you an...

Tea Shoppe take two…………

After making a card with my Tea Shoppe stamp set, I just had to create another!  This project is a take on the one that I posted several days ago with a slight change.  I have used the three small tea cup image (rather than the large one) from the set and I have also...

Rock & Roll Tea Shoppe

Hey everyone! Today I am sharing a technique that is an oldie but goodie!  It is called Rock & Roll.  If you look closely at the tea cup, you will see most of the cup is in Pool Party and the outside edge is in Lucky Limeade.  This is done using this technique!...