You’re Tea-rrific Card
By: Erica Hettwer
Designer’s Tip: Use your X-acto® knife to cut out the smaller portions of your stamped image.
- Grapefruit Paper Pack
- Grapefruit Ribbons set
- You’re Tea-rrific Stamp Set
- 5”x6 1/2” Blank White Card
- White Cardstock
- Berrylicious Fluid Chalk Ink Pad
- Spun Sugar Distress Ink Pad
- Black Ink Pad
- X-acto® Knife
- Zots™ Adhesive Dots
- Foam Tape
- Cut your card to 5" square and place with the fold at the top. Cover with light pink polka dot Grapefruit paper. Cut a 4" square of orange polka dot Grapefruit paper and mat on black multi Grapefruit paper with 1/8" borders. Foam tape to the center of the card. Cut a 3"x3 1/4" white cardstock and ink the edges with Berrylicious ink. Foam tape to the center of the card.
- Stamping Paper Piecing Stamp the teacup on pink polka dot paper in black ink and cut out. Stamp the teacup on orange swirl Grapefruit paper in black ink, cut out the flower and glue over the stamped flower on the pink teacup. Stamp the teacup on dark pink Grapefruit paper in black ink and cut out the dotted portion of the saucer and the scalloped edge on the top of the cup. Glue to the original stamped teacup. Stamp the teacup on orange polka dot paper and cut out the flower center and most of the decorative swirl with a craft knife. Glue to the original stamped teacup.
- Foam tape the paper pieced teacup to the center of the white cardstock 3/8" from the top of the cardstock. Stamp "You're tea-rrific!" in black ink on the center of the white cardstock 3/4" from the right edge. Stamp "You're tea-rrific!" in light pink ink on the white cardstock as shown. Mat on dark pink swirl paper with 1/8" borders and foam tape to the center of the card 1" from the bottom edge. Tie a 7" dark pink grosgrain Grapefruit ribbon in a bow and Zot™ to the card just to the left of the black ink stamped sentiment.
- Inside: Stamp the teacup in dark pink ink 5/8" from the bottom edge so the left edge of the stamp is off the edge of the card. Stamp "You're Tea-rrific!" in black ink to the right of the teacup