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Tuesday, 29 May 2018

A cup of tea!

Hello to all!
Happy Tuesday!

This time I thought I will participate regularly in this amazing Spring/summer Coffee Lovers blog hop! But unfortunately, my son is suffering from high fever from last two days and got little time to make a card. Just completed this one, filled with wild greenery, enjoying a cup of tea making everything better! And this totally suited my situation!!! Hoping he will recover soon!


I started with a white color panel using double running stitch rectangle and die cut a label too. By placing some palm leaves die cut them out. 


 I placed the palm leaf on an angel out from the label die.


Now blended some distress inks on both.
Applied distress ink on my craft sheet, spritz some water and added the ink to my leaves with desire look. Added some water splatters and remove extra water with paper towel. Added some distress ink splatters too for more interest. Inlaid all those leaves to the negative cuts and main panel to my white card base. Using jet black ink added the sentiment double time with little shadow and filled the space with my black pen. I love the result. Adhered it using foam tape.


Finished it off with a white wooden butterfly and some wildflowers with a foam rose. It is all the magic of blending, die-cutting and inlaid all those dies! I enjoyed the process of making this card and love how it turned out.

Supply list
Cardstock: White CS 300gsm
Stamp: One cup stamp set from Verve stamps
 Dies: Rectangles from Tattered lace; Crazy double running stitch rectangle die set from Cutplorations ( Stamplorations); Frames from Simon Says Stamp; Wild greenery from Die-namics
Distress Inks: tattered rose, picked raspberry, squeezed lemonade, mustard seed, broken china, salty ocean, mermaid lagoon, seedless preserves, twisted citron, mowed lawn, lucky clover
Archival ink: Jet black
Tonic Trimmer
Big Shot

20 comments:

Karen Letchworth said...

WOW, Vinita....this is lovely. I do love when you show how you have accomplished your design so that I (or others) can learn new techniques. I tend to do the same things over and over and rarely try new things, so this type of post helps me. I thank you for sharing your talents.
Blessings,
Karen Letchworth
www.karen-mycuprunnethover.blogspot.com

~amy~ said...

Vinita, this is a beauty. Love how you did your diecutting!

F. Andre said...

So much gorgeous layering on this pretty card. Hope your son has a speedy recovery from the fever.

Arianna Barbara said...

Another beautiful card! Love it!

Lisa said...

Total yumminess! Love what you did with that leaf diecut! So cool!

MariLynn said...

Vinita, I love your card. Such pretty elements. Love the leaf die cut on the tag. I hope your son gets to feeling better.

Marlena M. said...

Beautiful, vibrant creation Vinita! I hope your son gets better soon~

Billie A said...

Very pretty card. Your colors are awesome and the dies and image. Blessing on your sons health.

KT Fit Kitty said...

Very beautiful card, Vinita! Love the vibrant colours and your awesome paper-piecing!

Craft-E-Place said...

Super combination of elements ... so much to look at. Thanks for playing along with the CUTplorations challenge
Elaine

Verna Angerhofer said...

So beautiful with all those happy colors.

Pollard Carole said...

A very pretty design Love an d hugs Carole x

*Vicki* said...

Really love your fun colorful background!! Such a great design! HUGS

richardbreaks said...

Oh, the colors are wonderful, and the work you out into that inlay is so great. Lovely!

Craftyfield said...

I love that inlaid technique, especially where you partially cut the tag which I find very effective and clever! Thanks for showing us at Stamplorations Theme & Sketch challenge.

Arianna Barbara said...

I love all of your card! Details and colours are amazing!!!

Desperatehousewife Craft said...

Hope your son is feeling better now. Another gorgeously coloured card!

Fikreta said...

so very nice card.

Mrs A. said...

I do like the effect you have created by inlaying the palm leaves back into the card stock and love all that splattering . Hope your son is feeling better now. Thankyou for coming and spinning the butterfly wheel with me this week. Hugs Mrs A.

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

Such a cute card.