Monday, January 14, 2013

Shabby Tea Time with the Paper Sweeties

Today is our second day of sneak peeks for the upcoming (tomorrow!) release of new Paper Sweeties stamps! I decided to combine my sample card today with the Shabby Tea Room's inspiration photo and requirement to use flowers and fabric/ribbon on our projects. Here is my card using the new Dream a Little Dream  set:


Here's a close up of the sentiment panel...I stamped the word 'princess', cut out each individual letter and matted it on a piece of Early Espresso card stock. I then mounted each square to the banner. I also punched out a mirror image of the 'Flowers & Flourish' border punch and add a big, chunky Zva Creative pearl to the middle:


The main floral design consists of a Zva Creative flower in the middle adorned with vaious paper, crochet  and fabric flowers, along with tulle accents and stamens. The patterned paper is from Maja Design's Ska vi ta en fika and this particular paper is called Pratstund. The banner was punched out of a piece of Havrerutor -(bs) using Verve's Pennant Trim die from A Cut Above dies. 

Here is the Shabby Tea Room's inspiration photo:

Here are the other Paper Sweeties' Design Team members...you have to go see what they are peeking today:

I'll be back tomorrow for with another card using some Paper Sweeties' stamps as inspiration!
Thanks for visiting and have a great day!



Stamps: Dream a Little Dream (Paper Sweeties stamps)
Paper: Ska vi ta en fika  (Pratstund, Havrerutor - bs) Maja Design, vintage Cream, Early Espresso
Ink: Cocoa (CTMH)
Accessories: Pennant Trim die (Verve~A Cut Above dies), CRW-05CA-176 (Dots Pearl - White (1.4 cm), PE-02CB-101 (Dots (Pearl)- White (0.3 cm, 0.5 cm & 0.8 cm), fabric flower (Zva Creative), Daisy chain lace, Flowers & Flourish border punch (EK Success), tulle accents, fabric flowers, paper flowers (Kaisercraft), paper distresser, dauber, crochet flowers 
Size: 4 1/4" X 5 1/2"
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15 comments:

  1. Andrea, she is beautiful!!! ))

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  2. You rocked the insp. picture BIG time!! Love the flower cluster! You must go through a lot of glue dots or use a ton of glue sticks to put those beauties together. Fabulously done as always :)

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  3. Andrea, this card is fit for a princess - gorgeous flowers and embellishments, and I love that banner spelling it out! Drooooollll....

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  4. I don't usually make my comments out loud (especially when I'm home alone!) but this lovely card caught me off guard and I did an "Oh, my goodness,what a gorgeous card!" before I could stop myself. I shamefacedly looked around and sure enough... nobody here but me... thank goodness!! Your cards never disappoint... this one is especially wonderful. Couldn't even tell you"why"... it just made my heart go zing!

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  5. Definately fit for a princess!! Love the selection of flowers you've used and all the lovely detail you've added. TFS.

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  6. Oh my goodness, did you steal that bloom off the purse in the picture. How did you have the perfect match and where do you find the most beautiful flowers. You and Jeanne made me swoon with your blooms! Another gorgeous card for the release!

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  7. Andrea - I am um speechlesss!!!!!!! This is more than stunning - it's flower heaven. I am in awe - so so beautiful!! Hugs!!

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  8. Stunning!! Love all the details!
    Thanks for playing along with us at TSTR:)

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  9. How did I miss this loveliness back in January!! Super stuff, Andrea. This one is ultra-Andrea (and that is a very good thing!).

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