Monday, December 28, 2015

SNEAK PEAK ALERT! Nice cuppa by Stampin' Up!




Over the next few Monday's, I will be showcasing brand new products you will see in the upcoming Occasions catalog. I can't show you an image of all the stamps until the catalog goes live but you get an idea with this sample I just designed - this set is absolutely adorable. . . Enjoy this sneak peek! This set is located on Page 35 of the 2016 Occasions catalog which goes live on January 5th.

Supplies:

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Measurements:
  • Bermuda Bay card base : 4-1/4” x 11” scored at 5-1/2” and folded
  • Whisper White: 2-3/4” x 5” plus a scrap for the teabag tag
  • Have a Cuppa  DSP : 4” x 5-1/4”
  • Crushed Curry scrap large enough to stamp the lemon on
  • Crushed Curry Baker’s Twine: about 6”

Instructions:

  1. Adhere DSP piece to card base with SNAIL.

  2. Run Whisper White cardstock piece through embossing folder then adhere to left side of card base with SNAIL.

  3. Using largest teacup die, cut out 2 (Melon Mambo and Crushed Curry DSP). Using smaller teacup, cut out 1 in Bermuda Bay DSP. Using Wisteria Wonder DSP, cut out swirly die and adhere to Crushed Curry cup with tiny dabs of liquid glue.

  4. Die cut spoon out of silver foil sheet. Set aside.

  5. Stamp lemon slice on Crushed Curry cardstock with Crushed Curry ink. Trim with Paper Snips. Snip center of lemon about ¼” and adhere to Melon Mambo teacup with liquid glue on the back of the cup.

  6. Arrange the 3 cups as a stack and adhere each cup to the next with a little piece of SNAIL making sure that the entire piece will fit within the white embossed piece but don’t adhere it to the white base yet

  7. Stamp tea-riffic sentiment twice on Whisper White scrap. Die cut with the tag framelit that is 1” wide.

  8. Adhere twine to back of top teacup then adhere teacup piece to white embossing folder with Dimensionals

  9. Arrange the twine so it will loosely come out of the top cup and extend to the bottom right of the card. Staple twine to tag and cut off any excess twine.

  10. In about 2 places, dab the tiniest amount of liquid glue where you want the twine to stay. Let dry.

  11. Using envelope die, cut out 1 liner in same DSP you chose for the card base. Insert into white envelope. Fold before adhering so it sits nicely then adhere with a few pieces of SNAIL.
Remember, you do not have to be creative to create - just copy this project!
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