Tuesday, March 15, 2022

Tea Time!

It's Tuesday which means it's time to share a project created for Topflight StampsI created a card with the gorgeous tea pot from the Tea Time Rubber Cling Stamp Set by Mistrahl for Carabelle Studio. Since there was a moon and stars on the teapot, I chose to create a background using the Stardots Stencil by Craft Emotions and the Alchemy Sympbols Stencil by Stamperia with SundanceConfetti, and Della Blue Elements Ink by Lavinia StampsCheerful VersaFine Clair Inks by Tsukineko, and Wishy-Washi Washi Tape 19 by Janet Klein for AALL and Create.

Here it is!

Topflight Stamps Products Used:

Other Products Used:
Solar White Classic Crest® Cardstock by Neenah Papers
Navy Cardstock
Tuxedo Black Memento™ Ink by Tsukineko®
Copic® Markers: Y00, Y11, Y13, Y15, BG53, BG57, B02, B41, B52, B60, B13, BV17, B34, V22, V25, V28, RV62, RV63, RV93
Unicorn Hero Hues Pigment Ink by Hero Arts®
New Canvas Palette™ Hybrid Ink by Stewart Superior
Pouncy Tool -- Steel wool on a wood handle*
White Gelly Roll® Gel Pen by Sakura® of America
STAY-tion™ by Wendy Vecchi for Ranger Industries
Stamping Platform

  1. Use Tuxedo Black Memento ink to stamp the tea pot onto white cardstock.
  2. Fussy-cut the tea pot and the liquid, color with Copic markers, edge with a dark marker, and set aside.
  3. Use magnets to secure a piece of navy cardstock to the STAY-tion.
  4. Use more magnets to secure the Stardots Stencil onto navy cardstock. 
  5. Brush New Canvas Palette (white) ink over the stencil onto the blue cardstock and let dry. *
  6. When the ink was dry, brush SundanceConfetti, and Della Blue Elements Ink randomly over the white inked stars to add a touch of color.
  7. Remove the stencil and heat set.
  8. Position the Sun and Moon symbols on the Alchemy Symbols Stencil by Stamperia Stencil are on the top of the navy panel. Secure the stencil with magnets.
  9. Brush New Canvas Palette ink over the Sun and Moons. Let dry.
  10. Cover the moons with scrap paper and brush Cheerful VersaFine Clair Ink onto the suns.
  11. Cover the suns and brush white pigment ink onto the moons.
  12. Remove the stencil and heat set the background.
  13. Trim the background panel to 6" x 4.75".
  14. Randomly brush the New Canvas Palette ink from the edges towards the center. 
  15. When dry, brush SundanceConfetti, and Della Blue Elements Ink by Lavinia Stamps overtop to add a touch of color.
  16. Use Unicorn Hero Hues pigment ink to roughly edge the panel.
  17. Use the pouncy tool to add white speckles to the background panel.
  18. Heat set the panel.
  19. Add Wishy-Washi Washi Tape 19 by Janet Kleinto the bottom of the panel. 
  20. Adhere the reserved tea pot and splash were to the background panel as shown.
  21. Adhere the card front to a 6.25" x 5" card.
  • The New Canvas Palette Ink dries very quickly to a translucent white matte finish that you can leave as is, color with pencils, chalk pencils, or ink. 
  • If you don't have a pouncy tool like mine, you can use a piece of steel wool and/or crumpled tin foil to apply the ink. 
Thanks for visiting today!

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