Elizabeth Craft Designs General Krista Schneider

It’s Tea Time!

July 3, 2017

Hi Friends,

I have been working on organizing my craft room and I kept running across leftover die cut pieces from a previous project where I had used the Fitted Frames 2 Lace Square die. Rather than setting them aside yet again, I decided to use the extras in today’s project.

Step 1 – Create a square top-fold card base from purple cardstock.

Step 2 – Cut an ivory cardstock square about half an inch smaller than the card base and adhere, centered.

Step 3 – Using the Fitted Frames 2 – Lace Squares, die cut once from green cardstock and once from purple cardstock. (I used leftover pieces, but you will need to create the pieces from scratch…)

  • Adhere the second largest green frame onto the ivory square.
  • Adhere the fifth largest purple frame, oriented on point like a diamond.
  • Adhere the fifth largest green frame over the purple frame. Refer to project photos for placement.
  • Set aside the leftover die cut pieces or create more square cards now, while you’re at it!

Step 4 – Stamp the teapot from the Tea Time Clear Stamps onto White Soft Finish Cardstock using black ink. Die cut using coordinating die.

  • Color teapot using Copic markers as shown or other coloring medium of choice.
  • Adhere the teapot to the centre of the card using foam tape to add dimension.

Step 5 – Create a bow from purple raffia and adhere below the teapot.

Happy coloring, my friends! DT Melanie


Elizabeth Craft Designs –


Copic Markers V01, V04, YG93, YG95, E00, E11

Cardstock in ivory, purple and green

Permanent black ink compatible with markers

Purple raffia



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  • Reply Kathleen Adams July 3, 2017 at 5:24 pm

    Love this cute card. I am also a fan of the colors you used!

  • Reply Elliott Esther July 3, 2017 at 9:23 am

    Love this! These colors go together so good!

  • Reply Darlene E. Schoenrock July 3, 2017 at 6:54 am

    Absolutely love the colors you used. Such a happy card! Makes my heart sing! Great job!

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