Tea Room

It’s time for a spot of tea! And as soon as I saw the Tea Room suite I was immediately attracted to the elegant and dainty images of the products in this suite. The copper tins just might be one of my favorite products in this suite. I enjoy putting together coordinating cards and gifts and, of course, I love to give them away. I recently became a Chemo and Senior Angel through www.chemoangels.com which enables me to send a bit of happiness and support people that are going through some of the most difficult times in their life. Putting together a little gift set like this is the perfect way to help brighten their day.

This little gift set is a quick and simple project to put together. Here are the instructions:

To create the card:

  • Start with a piece of white or vanilla cardstock for the base of your card.
  • Cut a 2-3/4 x 5-1/2 inch piece of the yellow patterned paper from the Tea Room Designer Series Paper (DSP) pack.
  • Cut a 3 x 5-1/2 inch piece of Rich Razzelberry cardstock. This serves as the matte for the DSP. Adhere down the center of the card as shown.
  • Use the scalloped edge copper vinyl stickers from the Tea Room suite and add some to each side of the center piece.
  • Create the focal point on the card using the 2 scalloped framelits in the Spot of Tea die set. Cut the large fancy scalloped circle using a piece of the Tea Room DSP and the smaller fancy circle cut from a piece of white cardstock.  Optional:  You can use the layering circle framelits as well. I used a large layering circle to add a copper foil scalloped circle
  • Stamp a sentiment using Rich Razzelberry ink and embellish with a little butterfly from the Tea Room Memories and More Card Pack.

To create the tin:

  • Use one of the fancy copper vinyl stickers from the Tea Room suite to decorate the lid and the bottom of the tin.
  • Cut a 2-1/2 x 12 inch piece of the yellow patterned paper from the Tea Room DSP pack. Wrap it around the tin just above the copper trim you added.
  • Create the focal point on the card using the 2 scalloped framelits in the Spot of Tea die set. Cut the large fancy scalloped circle using a piece of the Tea Room DSP and the smaller fancy circle cut from a piece of white cardstock.  Optional:  You can use the layering circle framelits as well. I used a large layering circle to add a copper foil scalloped circle
  • Stamp a sentiment using Rich Razzelberry ink and embellish with a little butterfly from the Tea Room Memories and More Card Pack.
  • For the finishing touch, add a bit of copper trim just under the lid. Tie it in a little bow.

This is a beautiful product suite! I hope you enjoyed the projects!  ~ Lynn

 

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