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Have a Nice Cuppa

This week’s challenge at Hand Stamped Sentiments is a sketch challenge.  It was a lot of fun creating this card with the Have a Cuppa product suite.  I embossed the white layer with the Lovely Lace textured embossing folder and also used white doilies for the background.

The tag was stamped with the A Nice Cuppa stamp set.  The cups, tag and steam swirl were die cut with the Cups and Kettles framelits.  The cups were die cut from the Have a Cuppa Designer Series Stack.  I embellished with rhinestones, a silver spoon from the Have a Cuppa embellishments and white organza ribbon.

Stampin Up Nice Cuppa CardJoin us at Hand Stamped Sentiments to be inspired to create your project based on the sketch below.

Challenge 232 Sketch Challenge

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Have a Nice Cuppa Card

Size:   5.50″ h x 4.25″ w

Stamp Sets:  Nice Cuppa

Paper:  Cardstock:  Whisper White, Wisteria Wonder, Crushed Curry; DSP Have a Cuppa

Ink:  Momento Black

Accessories:  Cups and Kettles Framelits, Lovely Lace Textured Embossing folder, White Organza ribbon, Basic Rhinestones, Flower punch from the Itty Bitty Accents Punch trio, Tea Lace Paper Doilies, Have a Cuppa embellishments


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