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Vintage Tea Blessings Card, Coloring One Layer Wonder

Hello stamping and card-making friends. Meghan here, to share this gorgeous one-layer-wonder, 
vinatge tea blessings card.


I used the fabulous KGC stacked stitched rectangles and cut the largest rectangle from white cardstock. I then stamped these beautiful images from the vintage tea clear stamp set using Copic friendly ink (simon says stamp intense black). I stamped the cup then masked the image to stamp the teapot behind the cup. I colored all of the images with my Copic markers.


Then it was time for the fun details. I went a little heavy on the little finishing touches since I was planning on this to be just a simple one layer greeting card. I added some metallic accents using my Sakura metallic and Stardust gelly roll pens.


Lastly, using a fine tip black pen I went over all of the stamped black lines for the whole card. I know this seems like a tedious and unneeded step however, I assure you - it makes a HUGE difference and was totally worth the time!

Thanks for stopping by to view my Vintage Tea Blessings Card!

~Meghan Shea
IG: meghanshea3377




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