Sunday, March 23, 2014

Teapot from Pagoda

Hello there! Today I have a simple card that I made with my mom. She is very crafty with sewing and ceramics and wanted to learn papercrafting to make a card for a coworker.  She wanted to give the Cricut and Cuttlebug a try and this is what we came up with. 


First we needed a teapot. My mom works at a Japanese restaurant and so we picked this pot from the Cricut Pagoda cartridge. She wanted a floral design so she chose this paper from my hoards. I fussy cut around the lid to give the different layers look.  


We chose the flower cuttlebug folder that came with my machine.  I showed her how do some inking for dimension.  She chose the sentiments from My Pink Stamper and we added a little ribbon.  To show her variation I taught her how to do an easle card


I cut out the inside layer and sentiment tag from my ever favorite Elegant Edges and added a fabric flower with rhinestone on the inside. We had a lot of fun crafting together and she really wants to play more in my craftroom! Maybe next week we'll do another project together.

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Thanks for stopping by & have a great day!!

Tina

 The Scrappin Rabbit



5 comments:

Karen said...

Tina, this is beautiful... made even more lovely because it was a mother-daughter project. How sweet is that?! :o) It warms my heart, just like this gorgeous card. The teapot is beautiful and I love the embossed background. Stunning work! You make an excellent team. :o)

Hugs and blessings,
Karen

Arlene said...

Beautiful card. The embossing certainly is perfect for the teapot. What a great team effort.

So glad you joined us at Die Cut Divas.

June Houck said...

So pretty..I love tea-themed cards and yours is so delicate and lovely. Thank you for joining us at Cut It Up!

Cut It Up Challenge Blog said...

How great that you and your mom gt to craft together! Tell her that her card is great! Love the teapot.
Thanks for joining our Anything Goes challenge at Cut it Up!
Evelyn
http://mylittlecraftblog.wordpress.com

Kay said...

Great card and lovely story. Thank you for joining in the fun at the Just For Fun Challenge. XX

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