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Box card |MFT LLD die-namics Tea party

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Hello, crafty friends!
Today I tried to make box card. It's my 2nd box card and I still need more practice but hope you enjoy this card :)

 


For this card, I started by making box card body using red card stock and tartan patterned ivory paper. I then die cut all elements in this pic.


After die cut the tea ware, I white heat embossed snowflakes on them. I adhered mini jingle bell to the tea pot, too. Isn't it so cute?


For the teaspoon, I used foil gold card stock. I then made mini tea bag shaker using vellum paper and sequins.


I used white woodgrain card stock to the fire place. For fire, I cut them out from white card stock and ink blended them red and yellow dye inks.

To finish, I heat embossed the sentiment on the piece of bright red color card stock and mounted it on the front panel.


[ Supplies ]
MFT LLD die-namics Tea party : tea pot, tea cup, tea spoon, tea bag
MFT die-namics Fireplace : fireplace, socks
MFT LLD Cup of tea stamp set : sentiment
MFT die-namics Stylish snowflakes
MFT Simply snowflakes stamp set : snowflakes on the tea ware

Thank you so much for stopping by!

Love and hugs,
Dana

* 2016 Winter Coffee Lovers blog hop

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  1. Dana, you're absolutely AMAZING.
    This is incredible!

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  2. Oh, this is so fun and pretty!

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  3. Awww!!! Such stunning project!!! Love this wintery tea time scenary!!! Too sweet!!!

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  4. Wow, can I officially pick this as THE winner?! Wow - it's just perfect and stunning. My absolute favorite this hop. *sigh*

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  5. Seriously all I can say is OhMyJingleStix!!! The card is so so pretty and the layers, colors are just WOW!!! Thank you for the inspiration.

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  6. Oh Dana! This is so very sweet and amazing box card!!!!

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  7. This is drop dead gorgeous! WOW!!!

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  8. What a fabulous project. Great colors, elements and I love the colors.

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  9. You never fail to amaze me with how you use MFT's teapot and cups! Congrats on being a designer's pick!

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