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Summer Tea Card

Hello, Beverly Jordan here today, aka jordanbev5@yahoo.com. You can find me on my blog here.






       I know the Summer Coffee Blog Hop is over but here is a card I made just for the fun of it!! I love using Kennedy Grace Vintage Tea Cup stamp set and can say it is my fav' of all the Kennedy Grace Creations Stamps. I love the roses engraved on this beautiful tea pot and cup and enjoy choosing different colors to go together.
    I stamped with Memento Tuxedo Black ink, and colored it with Copic Sketch Markers in Y11, Y13, Y15, 0, YG06,YG11, BG10, BG11, BG13, C1, C3, C5, and a Multiliner in 0.3. I stamped the border and the cup first using my MISTI tool, and then masked the cup and stamped the tea pot. By setting the pair over a bit, there was plenty of room for the sentiment. The Sequins were Sunshine on the Daisies which is so many shapes and in such a pretty yellow and irridescent. I hope you are enjoying your summer and have time to have coloring fun like I do!
   As for the rest of the card, it consists of Graphic 45 Courture Gorgeous pattern paper matched with 2 cardstocks that highlight the Copic colors.  And I added a soft yellow seam binding bow.

Love and Laughter,
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