Thursday, 12 May 2016

Teapot Birthday Card

Good Morning Crafters
Today we have a beautiful birthday card created by Louise, she took a template of the Teapot MDF shape to create this card, a great idea!
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You will require the following to create this project:
Janneke Brinkman MDF Teapot, papers and decoupage kit
Sweet Dixie Fantasy Floral Border and Panel stamp set
Sweet Dixie cream A4 card
Ranger Archival ink (Black)
extras: ribbon and lace offcuts, sequins

Step 1

Using one of the MDF teapot sides, draw around the shape on to the cream card, twice. Cut our the teapots, covering one with a paper from the kit. Score the other design as per the photo. Place glue on the handle upto the score line, (this will form your hinge).

Step 2

Create a tag slightly bigger than one of the image toppers from the kit; using the cream card. Punch a hole and add ribbon, distressing the edges of your tag for an aged look.
Step 3

 Adding some lace and ribbon to the front of your card and place the tag at a "jaunty" angle.

Step 4

Using all the elements from one of the decoupage pieces, create a topper. Place this on to your card front, covering a portion of the tag.

Step 5

Stamp the birthday sentiment from the Sweet Dixie Fantasy Floral Border and Panel set on to a embellishment from the teapot kit. Cut the sentiment in two and distress the edges.

Step 6

Place the first part of the sentiment on the tag and the other part on top of the ribbon/lace border.
Step 7

Finally, add additional embellishments from the teapot kit.

Even after making up the MDF teapot and creating this card, I still have an A5 piece of decorative paper, 2 decoupage toppers and plethora of embellishments left from the kit ...!
Such a beautiful card and great idea too!
Thank you for stopping by today!

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