You are Tea-Riffic!!!

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I love the colors in this card and the adorable greeting! I am really loving the patterns in the Have a Cuppa Designer Series Paper Stack! The colors are fun and the patterns are subtle enough that you can layer them and use them as a great background!

I started with a Whisper White card base and added a piece of the Have a Cuppa Designer Series Paper measuring 4″ x 5-1/4″. Then I wrapped some Crushed Curry Baker’s Twine around twice and tied it into a bow. I always double knot it before creating the bow so that it is nice and tight on my card! I stamped the cup from the A Nice Cuppa Stamp Set in Crushed Curry onto Whisper White and die cut it with the coordinating framelits that are no longer available. Have no fear, the lines are pretty easy and fussy cutting won’t kill you! 🙂 After cutting it out, I stamped the little heart from the same set twice on the cup to add a little subtle design since it is Crushed Curry on Crushed Curry.

A Nice Cuppa Paper,

I added another piece of the Designer Series Paper measuring 2-1/2″ x 3-3/4″ to the card front and then placed the cup on top with Stampin’ Dimensionals! Then I took a scrap piece of the Designer Series Paper that is 1/2″ wide and I ripped both ends to make it look like Washi Tape! How cute is that? It is a great way to use up little scraps of Designer Series Paper. Love it! For the greeting, I stamped it from the A Nice Cuppa Stamp Set in Basic Gray. I cut it with the Washi Label Punch (sold out as well). Once you punch it out on one end, you can slide it back in the punch to make the image shorter. How cool is that? I added the greeting to the card with Stampin’ Dimensionals as well! Simple, fabulous, and a great way to use lots of Designer Series Paper!

Happy Stampin’


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