Saturday, 29 April 2017

It's Always Tea Time!

Hosting this weeks Challenge at
Just Us Girls is Judge Judy
(sorry had to say it)
choosing an old favourite and one
I haven't done for some time.
A little while ago I bought the 
Tea Cup Stack from Poppy Stamps
which I think makes for a good way to use this technique.
It is a little tricky with all the tiny pieces
but I managed to keep them all together after
cutting then mixing and matching 
 the different papers picked from my box of scraps.
My card base is white which was then randomly stamped with
TH Spun Sugar with one of the stamps from
My sentiment is also from that set.
I cut 2 Sizzix Framelits tags - one for the back (with DP)
and the other white for my tea cups.
These were popped in front of the
stitched die cut paper backed
with paper to match.
Finished with some knotted variegated cotton on my tag.

This is the last week for our April Guest Laurie
so pop over and see what she has created 
with the rest of the Team and come join us
 for this fun challenge.
Thanks Laurie for showing us a small part
of your talent this month. 

# I will pop this card over at The Cuttlebug Mania Blog Spot
for their A Cuppa Challenge

Till next time - Cherrio from


Verna Angerhofer said...

Such pretty pieced tea cups. Great card design.

Judy Woodland said...

Awe, this is so stinkin' cute. I love how you have paper pieced the teacups, how clever. I also love how you have used a tag and a tassel, really nice. Great take on the challenge, my dear!

Lucille K said...

Your paper pieced tea cups are adorable, such a nice card :)

Nancy said...

I really adore tag cards and this one is sensational Ina! Love the two tone tassel too! Say that ten times fast! LOL Great job!

Vicki Dutcher said...

Love the paper pieced cups great card

Laurie Unger said...

Wonderfully done, Ina! It's been a pleasure being a guest designer on Just us Girls. Thank you.

Sue VanDeVusse said...

Your paper pieced teacups are so pretty with the patterns. Cool card!

Bobby said...

Those tea cups are lovely the way you paper pieced them, Ina. They are perfect for the challenge.