Kissing. How can you go wrong with kissing? haha! I did the technique the opposite way though - I inked up one of the swirly Miniature Motifs background stamps with Certainly Celery ink and then stamped the solid tea pot from CreativiTEA on top of the wet ink. Then to define the image, I stamped the outline tea pot in Memento Rich Cocoa ink using a stamp positioner. The frame is from CreativiTEA also - and it fits perfectly in Nestabilities Labels 9! I love that I don't need to cut it out by hand. I colored the border in with a Copic marker and popped the tea pot up with dimensionals. It's difficult to see in the photo, but the pink scallop is also stamped with the damask image from Miniature Motifs.
apple blossoms all over it, lol! I stamped the Time for Tea sentiment in Memento Rich Cocoa and then used my Window Punch to cut it out and tie it to the ribbon.
Large Square Nestabilities perfectly. I added some circle scallops with a little green damask tea pot and another little apple blossom. I love the soft look!
Need more eye candy with your tea this morning? Stop on by the rest of the Baker's Dozen to see what they have brewed up for you:
- Alex Maldonado
- Carolina Buchting
- Charmaine Ikach
- Donna Baker
- Jackie Pedro
- Jeanie Witmer
- Jodi Collins
- Karen Motz
- Melissa Sauls
- Sankari Wegman
- Jami Sibley
- Nancy McKinney
- and of course, Taylor VanBruggen
Stamps: CreativiTEA, Miniature Motifs
Paper: Pretty In Pink, Whisper White cardstock; Sweet Pea paper (all Stampin' Up!)
Ink: Memento Rich Cocoa, Certainly Celery (Stampin' Up!)Accessories: Pretty In Pink satin ribbon (Stampin' Up!), apple blossoms, Nestabilities, scallop border punch (Stampin' Up!), dimensionals