Well after a couple of attempts I finally got this video uploaded and working! I swear tech issues have been plaguing me in one form or another the last few weeks. There's always something new to fix and/or figure out! I got it accomplished though so now I can share my card and video with y'all:
Those who know me know I REALLY like to make coffee-themed cards. However I do actually enjoy tea a lot too - I just rarely (if ever) make cards that are tea-themed!! However Honey Bee has this great tea set (and there's a coordinating die set here too) and as I was flipping through my patterned paper collection I came across this Doodlebug paper with the stacks of tea cups and the wheels started turning.
I stamped all the images onto Distress Watercolor card stock with Versafine Onyx Black ink and did some masking to create my "scene" and to stack all the cups. I then watercolored them all with Tombow Dual Brush markers and a water brush. My color combo was also inspired by the patterned paper and I used the paper on the card base and popped up the watercolor panel with foam tape.
The die cut sentiment is from Honey Bee's Gift Card Slots die set - I love the 2 sentiment wafer dies that are included in the set!
To finish off the inside of the card I stamped a sentiment from the Honey Bee Stamps Perfect Blend stamp set. I then took another patterned paper from the Doodlebug Cream & Sugar paper pack and ran it through my Gemini with one of the Gift Card Slots dies. So now it holds and frames a gift card and the card is done!
To see how this card came together check out my video below:
Or watch in HD over on YouTube HERE <------click!
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