Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Tea Time

I love watercolor cards and here is another one that I've made. I also discovered that you don't have to put in inside a gift box but use it as a topper! So here it is ready to be given with a set of super cute tea spoons:





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9 comments:

  1. AWESOME job on the coloring! Love the bright colors, Olga! So glad that you join the fun over Simon Says Stamp Wednesday “All Things Bright and Beautiful” Challenge!

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  2. Terrific coloring of the teapot and cup, great complimentary colors and I appreciate how you created a base for them to sit on. Can't tell if it originally was a stamped image but if so, I bet the makers never imagined it could look so good. Paper patterns just sing and make me think of an old-fashioned kitchen. Fancy tea? My shout.

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    1. Thank you so very much! Your comments really made my day! No, the tea set is not a stamp, it's my drawing :)))

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  3. Such a fun coffee card!!! I love how you've incorporated the colors!

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  4. So gorgeous! Love the way you used the colours, I think you did a superb job here! Thanks for sharing with us at The Challenge!

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  5. Lovely colors the french blues and check and lovely yellows, lovely ! Thanks for joining us at The Challenge!

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  6. This is just over the top amazing. I love tea and anything about tea, I am swooning over your card. This has to be the most beautiful tea card I have ever seen. Just so beautiful. Thank you so much for playing along with us at The Challenge.

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  7. So so gorgeous! It's like you made a little cafe right on the card with the blue checks, the cup and teapot. And you are right, it's too beautiful to be tucked inside an envelope. Thanks for playing The Challenge! Come join us again!

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  8. Now THAT is a gift that I would've loved to receive! This is so stunning and really is a mini work of art. The colors of the painted tea set are incredible and the whole style of it is so unique. I also love how it pairs with the checkered background. You've mixed so many elements with such skill to create a wonderful finished product. I thoroughly enjoyed your post and am so glad you shared this with us for this week's Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge!

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