Teapot Dots!

 

 I was sooo excited when I saw the current colour challenge  at The Play Date Cafe I just think these colours go so well together.   Here are my polka dot tea pots in their bright colours, now all I want to do is find this set somewhere (love it!).  It was one of those days when…  everything I did went wrong!  But after just a few mishaps here is the card.  Hope you like it.

 
 
 

 

 

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 Supplies:  Paper:  Xpress It Blending Card, Bazzill – Lava, October Afternoon – Fly a Kite.  Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, ColorBox Classic Pigment – Baby Blue, Ranger Distress Ink – Tumbled Glass.  Stamps:  Kaisercraft Clear Stamps  – Candy Lane Collection & Thinking of  You, Hero Arts Background – Circles.  Copics:  E33.  R05,27,29.  B000,21,24.  RV00,10. Colorless Blender, Multiliner 0.3.  Accessories:  Fiskars Stamp Press, Sizzix Bigshot, Spellbinders Nestabilities – Labels 8, Inkadinkado – Stamping Mask Paper, Red Gingham Ribbon, Brayer, Craft blade, Ruler, Inkssentials – Blending Tool, Prismacolor Pencil – Sky Blue Light, Gamsol, Blending Stump, DST, Foam Dimensionals, Glue Dot.

11 thoughts on “Teapot Dots!

  1. this is such a lovely card! love all the polka dots with the gingham ribbon 🙂 Great use of the colours! Thanks for playing along with us at the Play Date Cafe 🙂

  2. LOVE LOVE this card Therese!!! The polka dots are PERFECT!! Thanks so much for joining us again at The Play Date Cafe 🙂

  3. What a great take on our color story! LOVE that polka dot tea-ware, your table top, and that sweet, gingham ribbon! Great design! Thanks so much for playing along with us this week at The Play Date Cafe!

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