Hello friends! We're at Double D Challenge time again and Darlene has chosen Tea and Coffee for our theme. What fun! It made me look at lots of favorite old stamps and some favorite not so old stamps. Decisions, decisions... Ultimately I settled on a summery card using a Power Poppy set called "Tea in the Garden". I hope you can tell this is supposed to be iced tea.
When you look at the mood board you can see how I was inspired by the pretty tea tins.
The team votes on favorites and I know there are going to be lots of favorites for this challenge. Additionally, there's a prize for a random winner. We have a cute stamp set this time:
Coloring is Copic markers on X-Press It Blending Card. The square lattice die cut was layered white-onto-black, slightly offset so the black barely shows, but it made all the difference in how distinctly it contrasted with the flowery designer paper.
I added a flower embellishment with a Doodle Bug Matte Sprinkle in its center and my card is good to go for a summer birthday. I sent out quite a few July birthday cards, so my stash needs replenishing. All supplies are listed below my signature.
The team rose to the challenge with all kinds of fun and pretty cards. Check them out at Double D, and then come play along. See you soon!
Stamps: Power Poppy Tea in the Garden Paper: X-Press It Blending Card for image panel and flower embellishment, other white for lattice die and card base, black, Prima Annalee designer paper Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Copics for coloring Accessories: Doodle Bug Matte Sprinkles (Spring collection), Joy Crafts Square Frame die, Spellbinders Standard Circles Large, Sue Wilson String Flowers, Sue Wilson Small Pair of Leaves