2016 Winter Coffee Lovers Blog Hop Day Seven: Happy International Tea Day!

Can you believe that tomorrow is the final day of the Winter Coffee Lovers Blog Hop?!  I’ve been having so much fun creating and commenting!

Today we’re celebrating International Tea Day!!! 

I knew that I wanted to ink up my new Altenew Vintage Tea Cup:
I stamped and watercolored it in Mowed Lawn.  The sentiment is from the same set, and I love it.  See the background poinsettia?  It’s the Christmas Flower from STAMPlorations.  It has been inked up Fired Brick Distress ink and then I just quickly run my wet paintbrush around it.

This is about as Mixed Media as I get!
I just had to add the glittery gold strip at the bottom!

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I do have a giveaway today!  I love the Coffee Loving Papercrafters FB group for many reasons.  Thanks to my teamie + friend, Helen Gullett, she posted a great stamp deal over at Peachy Cheap and I’m sharing this with one of you:

Leave me a comment by Sunday, December 18 at 3:00 pm pacific and I’ll announce the winner the following day!

Thanks so much for stoppin’ by and I hope you get to celebrate International Tea Day!

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26 thoughts on “2016 Winter Coffee Lovers Blog Hop Day Seven: Happy International Tea Day!”

  1. So good! That Vintage Tea Cup paired with the big poinsettia is a match made in heaven, just stunning! Love your notion of Mixed Media :).
    Cute stamp set for planners!

  2. Amy… this is so beautiful! And hey… Mixed Media can also be CAS and as simple as use more than 2-3 mediums on your card… so your mixed media is FABULOUS, my friend! LOVE it!

  3. What a beautiful card, so striking in color and balance! And yes, as the stamp says, Hurray for weekends indeed, LOL!

  4. Gah! This is gorgeous Amy. So clever to combine these stamps, and of course, the green cup cannot go unmentioned!

  5. Your card is awesome Amy….you really have a flair for combining stamps…me? Not so much. 🙁 I love those planner stamps….thanks for the chance to win.

  6. Pretty combo and colors too! I want to explore this 'sketch'-like watercolor look one day. Watercolor is still new for me at this time.

  7. Amy, I love this vintage tea cup and the beautiful poinsettia background! No need to enter me in your drawing, I don't use a planner. Very generous of you!

  8. Wow this is really really pretty! I have to tell you I finished my Christmas cards last night and my favorite mailer was the one I copied of yours with the 3 trees. I really need to case your cards more. They are always so beautiful and CAS

  9. Beautiful card Amy! I love the coloring of the tea cup and the gold along the bottom too. That is a really lovely touch of elegance.

  10. This is SO CUTE Amy! Love this vintage tea cup, the gold touch at the bottom really finishes it off!

  11. Oh gosh tiny planner stamps are amazing, these rock! Great card and such a sweet giveaway. Hugs, Autumn

  12. Amy, this is such a cute set of planner stamps. Great card! Vintage tea cups are wonderful images. TFS!

  13. What a lovely background for that pretty tea cup and the gold edge just jazzes,it up even more!

  14. You have awesome tea sentiments too! This card is gorgeous and I think the glitter strip is the perfect touch! Thank you for the giveaway! Planner stamps are fabulous for more than just planners!

  15. So this is gorgeous! Gorgeous!!! (And did you know it says Maria Elena's name under your pic in the linkup?) Anyway… oh… did I say.. Gorgeous!!!!!

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