Tuesday, June 28, 2022

Cup Of Tea Sketch

You want to know what's fun?  Mixing older printed papers and cardstock with new stamp sets and dies. For this Hand Stamped Sentiments sketch challenge I created with the Cup of Tea Bundle and some older Stampin' Up! DSP that I don't recall the name.  

My interpretation of this sketch challenge is slightly varied from the original layout. I replaced the sentiment panel with the two stacked tea cups. I shifted the light gray layer of the sketch to the right and then I added my greeting to the left circle.  

The cardstock color for my card base is Crisp Cantaloupe, a retired In Color.  I've combined that color with Sweet Sorbet and Parakeet Party inks.  What's cool is that all the flowers, tea cups, and greeting were stamped with one ink pad -- Sweet Sorbet.  It's a color that has a huge range when stamped first, second, ad even third generations.

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1 comment:

  1. Wow, Elizabeth! Love this so much - such fresh and glorious colors - my fave tea card of all time, lol. So fun!