Introducing… I LOVE Tea

Introducing… I LOVE Tea

Hey!

Over HERE today the Uniko Design Team, Taheerah Atchia Uniko DT Alumni and I are introducing the soon to be released I LOVE Tea, be sure to hop on over and join in on the mini blog hop to see the awesome inspiration the team have created using this new set.

Anyway, I thought I would share a card here too…

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Like with yesterdays introduction of Beautiful Blooms III, I thought I would share some more inspiration here. This time I am sharing the first card I made using this soon to be released set, I LOVE Tea. As you can see this is a follow on set from the previously released I LOVE Coffee set.

Both the sentiment fonts and the drawing style is the same, so that the sets can be mixed and matched for even more possibilities.

If you have been HERE to join in on the blog hop today you will see that stacking the teacups is a popular trend with the DT, hence my choice to share this card here today! To create the stacked teacups I used the masking technique, I then flat coloured each of the cups with a trio of Copic markers, super simple.

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After colouring the teacups I fussy cut them out and adhered them to the card using foam adhesive. The sentiment is from the new set and comes as two stamps for more stamping possibilities.

Ok, that’s all from me just now, but I will be back later with a new Stamp Of The Week and card using the set. Until then, thank you for stopping by and for all the lovely comments.

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  • carol Reply

    Those tea cups would find a warm welcome in my kitchen! Love the spring colours!
    Hugs~c

    8th February 2016 at 1:42 pm
  • Vicki Arrowsmith Reply

    Beautiful masked cups. Really like how you and the DT used the set. All fabulous creations.

    9th February 2016 at 10:16 am

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