Card #16-Par-tea!

Today, we have a ‘not so flashy’ looking birthday card using Lawn Fawn®’s ‘Love you a Latte’ stamp set. I do not have the die set for the same. So I stamped and cut out the cup multiple times from pattern papers which fit to look like a tea cup.


Supplies used:

1. 110 lb Neenah® Bright white Card stock

2. Pattern paper from CratePaper® – ‘Bloom’

3. Memento® Tuxedo ink

4. My Favorite Things® – BASIC STITCH LINES – Die-namics Die Set

5. Nellie’s® Choice Multi Frame Dies-Straight Round 14 Pieces

6. Clear stamps from Your Next stamp® (Waddles – Happy Brr-thday!) and Lawn Fawn®  (Love you a Latte & Claire’s ABC)

7. Faber Castell® – Tri-Colour Pencils

I also used some adhesives and acetate paper from old packaging to assemble this card.

On opening the card, you see this.


The complete card.


I wish to submit this card to the following challenges :

Thank you so much for stopping by! 🙂


8 Comments Add yours

  1. PaperPuff says:

    Very pret-tea! Sorry, I couldn’t help myself!

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    1. Haha! you are excused! 😂

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  2. Julie B says:

    Great paper piecing on those tiny cups!
    So pleased you were inspired by the photo at ATSM. 🙂

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  3. Jean says:

    Great card inside and out., Loving your paper peicing and the sentiment
    Thanks for joining us over at Love To Craft.
    Jean DT xx

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  4. Swapna says:

    Such a fun card with lovely colouring..
    Thank you so much for joining us at A Blog Named Hero


  5. Ann Chuang says:

    Lovely card!! Love the window and those cute cups!!
    Thanks for joining us at Love To Craft! Challenge Blog! Hope to see you again soon!!
    Ann DT

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  6. melissab1872 says:

    Adorable card! Such a sweet image! Great design too!

    Thank you very much for joining us this week at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog!


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  7. Great choice of papers, the cups really do look like china

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