Saturday, March 10, 2018

PInk Teacup with Vellum and Stripes - Two Cards

A bright pink teacup with a vellum detail layer, a butterfly in deeper pink, and a softer pink striped background.  Very simple and pretty.  I made it for a friend's birthday and wrote my greetings inside.

Edited Mar. 11 to add:  Then I made a second card, the same except for a gingham background and a flower embellishment.  Edited Mar. 14 to add:  For more teacups - yellow with red and vellum - click here.

Card details:
  • Card stock is Papertrey Ink (PTI) hibiscus burst (medium pink - teacup), raspberry fizz (deep pink - butterfly and flower), stamper's select vellum, and white shimmer.
  • Patterned paper is the stripe or gingham print from PTI sweet blush (light pink) pattern pack (tone-on-tone prints - retired).
  • Dies are from PTI fancy tea cup (I trimmed off the saucer on the vellum layer) and My Favorite Things layered labels (retired). 
  • Small butterfly punch is by EK Success. 
  • Flower is unknown, from my leftovers tin.  The pearl dot in the center is Viva Decor pearl pen, ice white.

1 comment:

Kim Heggins said...

Sweet all the pink and that tea cup is so beautiful!