Party in a Teapot
Another Saturday project up on the blog today! This is a ton of fun and quite simple to create. Just a bit of coloring and drying time involved :)
For this card, I used a kraft card base. I then used a piece of shimmering Cardstock in Rose Pearl and the Dreamweaver Embossing Paste with a stencil I have and went to town. I used a heat gun to help it dry and then stuck it outside in the sun for a little bit (maybe 20 minutes). When it was dry, I laid the stencil back on top and used some Radiant Neon in Electric Yellow with a craft sponge and smeared that in some spots of the embossing paste. I love that it shows up, but isn't too heavy. Added just enough of the yellow to pull it out of my colored image.
I tied a simple twine bow around the top in this beautiful pink lemonade color. I love it!
For the colored image, I stamped the Moonbeam Meadow, Time for Tea with Versafine, Onyx Black onto my premium white cardstock. I then took my Spectrum Noir Blendable Colored Pencils (100, 96, 62, 63, 89, 84, 19, 22, 37, 34, 46, 45, 68, 71, 78, 80, 50, 103, 94, 17, 25) and colored it in. I used my Spectrum Noir Marker in IG2 to add in some dots on the teapot and some shading under the teapot and box. I used a simple white enamel dot and my Spectrum Noir Marker in DR5 to make a heart. I snuck that onto the tag of the teapot instead of using a sentiment. This way, I can use this card for various events!