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Friday, August 17, 2012

Teapot Card Set Tutorial by Karen

Hi there! It's Karen here, sharing how to make a quick "TEAPOT PARTY CARD" SET using  Silhouette dies designed by Samantha, and some gorgeous Tea Party 12x12 designer papers!



So, let's begin...


First, you will start with cutting the Teapot Party Card Silhouette file using your Silhouette machine.
Before ungrouping the set, I used these measurements for each card: 10.36L x 8.055W.
This is what I cut for the base and leave swirls...


Next, take your 12x12 Tea Party designer papers Tea Service, Floral Plaid, Blue Pansies, and die cut these Silhouette files using the Teapot Party Card  and  Flower file as in photo below.  The flower measurements I used for each flower: 2.33L x 2.515W.


Then, using my Ranger distress inks (bundled sage, vintage photo, peeled paint, and old paper), I inked everything up like this...


Lastly, assemble the flower and adhere everything together, and now you have a sweet little Teapot Party Card Set!!   Now, it's time to celebrate with your best girlfriends!!

Here's the whole set on display below...and guess what?  I used the inner section of this Silhouette Doily Flower die file to prop each card!!  Wouldn't it be sweet to use those cut doily's for the Tea Party now!  Makes me want to have a party real soon!!




That wraps it up!  Hope you've enjoyed and it inspires you to pull out your Silhouette machine to cut some dies and to create fun projects!!

Be sure to check out the rest of the Samantha's Silhouette die cutting files in the Silhouette on-line store because there are new files being added all the time!

Have a fabulous day!

2 comments:

  1. Those are adorable Karen! Great job!

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  2. Karen...you have outdone yourself. These are amazing!

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