My Hearts Pleasure

SIP #30 Color Challenge

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Good morning! It’s Tuesday and that means we have another challenge for you over at Stamp Ink Paper

This week we have a color challenge for you

SIP #30 Color Challenge

This is what I created using these colors


You Suit Me To A Tea

I started with a Crumb Cake card base.  The next layer is a piece of corrugate paper from DCWV and on top of that is a doily that I stamped the SU French Script background stamp on and then tied a piece of Rose Red ribbon around and then attached those layers to the card base.  Next I die cut the tea cups with the Tim Holtz Tea Time die.  The top cup was cut with Whisper White and then I took the Rose Red ink pad and swiped it across the cup and then sponged Vintage Photo across it to fill in the white spaces that were left.  The middle cup is cut from Crumb Cake and stamped with the French Script stamp.  The bottom cup was cut with Whisper White and then embossed with gold embossing powder.  To finish I hung the little tag with a flower from the top cup and added the sentiment from SU Tea Shoppe to the bottom cup.

Thank you so much for stopping by and I hope you enjoyed my card today and are inspired to come play along with us this week!

Until next time

Happy Crafting πŸ™‚

 

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Author: Ginger

Hi there! I am a resident of Winchester, Virginia. I was raised in West Virginia and lived there until about 26 years ago when I moved to Virginia. I am a country girl through and through. My passionate hobbies are scrapbooking, making cards, mini albums (ok anything paper crafting hehe), hiking, camping, fishing, gardening and cooking. I have one grown son, 25, and my boyfriend and I are raising his 13 year old son. I work full time for a dairy company. I became a Stampin Up Demonstrator in 2013 to help feed my papercrafting addiction and have loved every minute of it so far!

4 thoughts on “SIP #30 Color Challenge

  1. Oooo. And ahhh! Love this one!

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  2. This is so sweet and gorgeous, Ginger! Love those teacups, especially the direct to paper technique you used on the top one.

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