Sunday, January 16, 2011

Stampin' Up! Morning Cup card with Eyelet lace

Tea, anyone?  I think this stamp set is one of my favorites.  I've had it for quite a while, and yet this is the first card I've made with it.  What's up with that?  And honestly, I wasn't trying to make a card with this set, I was trying to make a card with this eyelet lace.  The eyelet lace reminded me of kitchen curtains and the kitchen curtains made me think of coffee or tea and the stacked cups made me think of paper here you have it.
While you're here, leave a comment on my Valentine Treat Bag Post HERE for the BLOG CANDY givaway! (drawing this Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2011)
Fold a piece of 4 1/4 x 11" crumb cake card stock in half.  Crease with a bone folder.  Use a corner rounder to round the bottom edges of both the front and back of the card base.  Take two strips of very vanilla card stock (1x 5 and 1 1/4 x 5 inches) and punch along one edge of each using the Eyelet Border Punch.  Sponge some Crumb Cake Classic ink around the edges of the card base and along all edges of the eyelet punched borders.  Run the strips of punched very vanilla through a paper crimper.
Attach a piece of polka dot paper from the Love Letter designer series paper pack (1 1/4 x 4 1/4") to the top edge of the card front.  Layer the lace as shown and attach just under the polka dot paper.  Tie a piece of cherry cobbler seam binding ribbon around the card as shown in the photo above.  Stamp the stack of tea cups in black Staz On ink in the lower right hand corner of the card front.
Stamp the tea cup stack on a piece of polka dot paper, cherry cobbler, crumb cake (not shown) and very vanilla card stock .
Stamp "tea"rrific sentiment on very vanilla and punch out using the medium jewelry tag punch.  Punch a flower from cherry cobbler card stock using the the flower punch from Itty Bitty Punch Pack.  Layer and glue these two together as shown below.  Use a paper piercer to poke a small hole at the top of the tag and the center of the flower punch.  Tie a piece of linen thread through and knot it around the cherry cobbler bow on the card front.  I used a small piece of a Stampin Dimensional to  hold the tag in place where I wanted it.

Cut out the tea cup stack from very vanilla.  Use an Exacto knive to cut out the handles on the two bottom cups. I used a blender pen and a cherry cobbler Stampin Write marker to color in the bottom and top cups as shown.  Stamping Tip:  Use your acrylic stamping block as a color palette.  Color a little marker right on the block and pick up the color with your blender pen.  It won't matter if it dries, you're blender pen or aqua pen will still pick up the color off the block.
Cut out the cups as shown in the photo above from the other cup stacks that you stamped.  Glue the cut out cups on top of the very vanilla stack.  Glue the paper pieced stack on top of the stamped image on the card front. (This technique is called Paper's fun, do it often...very rewarding)

And my final Stamping Tip for this card is to use a Sahara Sand Stampin Write marker to outline the tea cup stack and the lower edges of the eyelet lace.  It's a very subtle addition, but I think adds just the right amount of dimension and attention to detail.
I appreciate you stopping by and would love to hear from you!  Everything on this card is from Stampin Up! and you can shop with me in my online store anytime, anywhere! Don't forget about the Blog Candy on my previous post! Valentine Treat Bag Post  (drawing this Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2011)
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Stamp Set:  Morning Cup (#116988 wood or #120489 clear mount)
Card Stock:  Crumb Cake (#120953), Cherry Cobbler (#119685), Very Vanilla (#101650)
Designer Series Paper:  Love Letter (#117162)
Ink:  Staz On Jet Black (#101406), Crumb Cake (#121030)
Stampin Write Markers:  Sahara Sand (#105105), Cherry Cobbler (#119681)
Tools:  Eyelet Border Punch (# 119853), Jewelry Tag Medium punch (#117190), Itty Bitty Punch Pack (#118309), Stampin Sponges (#101610), Paper-Piercing Tool (#116631), 3/16th Corner Small (#119867), Crimper (#101618)
Accessories:  Cherry Cobbler seam binding ribbon (#120992), Linen Thread (#104199)

1 comment:

  1. This card is soooo beautiful. Tx for the inspiration and tutorial!
    Jessica Urrutia from Sconnection


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