Featured Stamper Post: Tea for Two Treats!

I created this card and matching gift tag for today’s post which I hope you’ll like as I really enjoyed making it. I love the monochrome look, some stamps scream out for colour but these worked fantastically.


This is another favourite of mine, the “Tea for Two” stamp collection. These stamps are so classy, definitely the sort you can invite friend to “high tea” with!

Recipe: PTI “Tea for Two” stamp set, ink, Black/White card, Ribbons
Tools: Martha Stewart XL Punch, Nestabilities circle/scalloped circle dies, Stapler

Here is another set of projects I created for you to show just how versatile these stamps are. This time something a little different.


As you can probably tell, I am not one for too much colour. I like to pick a few tones and stick to them. I think getting the colour right is what can make an “OK” project, “great.” For me it’s all about the colour.

I adore the little shaker box and think it’d make the ideal “pick up” gesture for a friend a little under the weather. Or, perhaps for a friend who wasn’t able to make it for tea? The matching card has its own little pocket rather than an envelope which I co-ordinated using the same image.

Recipe: PTI “Tea for Two” stamp set, Bitty Box Basics 2008 (Spring Moss) cardstock, Brown ink, White card
Contents: Peppermint Tea Bag Sachets
Tools: Big Shot, Shaker Box XL Die, Nestabilities Circle Die

Thanks for looking!

Katie

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8 thoughts on “Featured Stamper Post: Tea for Two Treats!

  1. Gorgeous projects! I love the muted colours you've used – aqua and chocolate is my favourite combination and it looks great with all that white. Lovely!

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