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Country Home meets Time for Tea.

Welcome,

Today I have merged two stamp sets that I think really go quite well which each other, Country Home and Time for Tea as I think a little cup of flowers is a lovely idea.

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Although I have not masked out the flowers (they do hang over the cup a little bit) it would be easy to do I just think that it doesn’t bother me enough to mask.

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The beauty of line stamps like this is that you can use any colouring medium that you like or that you have supplies for. I am very fortunate that I have been able to over the years buy pencils and markers so I can have them on hand and use them as my mind takes it. On this card, I have used Derwent Artist colour pencils but use whatever you want.

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Video

I should mention here that for the card in the video I used Versafine but I feel that the colour pencils might have smudged the ink. It might have been because I didn’t let the ink dry, but I would use Momento ink instead.

Measurements

Card base (crumb cake) 4 1/8′ by 5 1/2′
Festive farmhouse DSP (wood grain pattern) 3 7/8′ by 5 1/4′
Thick whisper white 3′ by 3 1/2′ (for stamping)
Soft Suede 3 1/4′ by 3 3/4′

Product List

Time For Tea Photopolymer Stamp Set

£16.00

Country Home Photopolymer Stamp Set

£20.00

Whisper White A4 Thick Cardstock

£7.25

Soft Suede A4 Card Stock

£8.00

Crumb Cake A4 Card Stock

£8.00

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