2018 Topic 17: A Box of Eggs (Colour Topic)
Kat shows perfectly how easy it is to layer up the tea images from Scrapcosy-Raquel's newest stamps release. She's got out the newest paints with grunge paste for added texture. I'm sure the recipient of this card will feel very special indeed! ~ Leandra
Kate here today, and I have a little tea-themed card using some of the gorgeous new Fresco Finish Paints. Those of you who follow my blog know that I am obsessed with anything tea related. I knew that I had to have this stamp set when I saw it as that tea cup and spoon were calling to me!
I used all these beautiful paints on my card but I love the newest colors.
The base of my card is lightweight chipboard. I covered it with black gesso before adding brown tissue paper.
I used grunge paste with the Scrapcosy Stencil 105 in the background. I also stenciled with the Twilight Fresco Finish paint.
The background was sprayed with Royal Blood infusions, dripped with Blah Mange paint and stamped with the 'tea' word-cloud..
The inside of the card has been stamped with a border, sentiment and the spoons.
Lastly, I layered all the stamped images, fibers and splattered gesso over the completed card.
I can see many more uses and projects with these stamps. I am looking forward to all the possibilities. I don’t usually make cards but this set drew me out of my comfort zone as it was perfect for a friendship card. Thanks for stopping by.
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