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Tea-rrific Mother's Day with Lindsay's Stamp Stuff

I made this card for my husband's grandmother for Mother's Day. The cup is paper pieced using Lindsay's Tea-rrific digital stamp set. I recently rediscovered this paper in my stash and love it. Unfortunately it has been discontinued. (Insert frowny face here.) My card looks much prettier in real life. The heart and leaves were sprayed with glimmer mist and are nice and sparkly. I messed around with it in Photoshop, but since I really don't know what I am doing, this is the best I could get it.

Lindsay's Stamp Stuff is also now on Facebook. Go check it out and become a fan.

Lindsay decided to combine her two DT's into one team that will post on Thursdays. This is our first week posting all together. I am so thrilled to be working with so many talented ladies. Please stop by their blogs and leave them some love.

Lindsay Weirich (Owner & Stamp Designer) (Check her blog for her Thursay freebie)
Cindi Hooks
Erin Bailey
Jennifer Bliss
Karin Martin
Leanne Garner
Lisa Jurecek
Margie Visnick
Melissa Craig
Micki Harper
Rebekah Doak
Rhonda Walker
Tamara Bennett
Tracey Allen

Shanon is on vacation this week so she will not have any new eye candy for us. Cassandra also is not posting today.

I hope you have a wonderful Mother's Day this coming week end.

Thank you for looking!



  • Images: Tea-rrific digital stamp set by Lindsay's Stamp Stuff on mygrafico
  • Papers & CS: Close To My Heart Elegant Bouquet paper pack, Georgia Pacific CS
  • Inks: Close To My Heart Creme Brulee & Tulip ink, Distress Ink tea dye
  • Tools & Embellishments: Stampin' Up marker, blender pen, Kaiser half pearls, Prismacolor Eggshell marker, lace, Cricut George cartridge, Martha Stewart leaf punch, Tattered Angel Pearl glimmer mist, Stampin' Up hardware/brad, Spellbinders nestabilities
  • Techniques: Paper piecing with a digital stamp


So Pretty! I haven't tried the glimmer mist yet but I think it's something I have to go purchase (THANKS!!) I've seen Jennifer McQuire use it too and it adds so much to a card!
Hope you have a great day!
Stampin'GHmom said…
This is very pretty. I like the DSP and the lace fabric (?) Cute image too.
Pat (mspfd) said…
OMGoodness! This is gorgeous!
Leanne said…
Cheryl this card is gorgeous as always!! I love, love that paper to bad it is discontinued! The tea cup looks awesome paper pieced! Your hubbies grandmother will love her card!!
Marlene said…
Very pretty. Looks vintage-y!
Lindsay Weirich said…
so charming, vintage and warm, love it!
pinky said…
Very classy card, love those papers. Thanks for sharing at WhoopsiDaisy this month.
HappyCrafter said…
What a cozy card, I really like how you folded the paper for the sentiment, it looks great, and I now have a new idea to use :-) Enjoy your mothers day!
Glad you joined us this week at Paper Sundaes.
Margie said…
Very pretty! I love that patterned paper!
Cindi said…
what a lovely card! feels very victorain
ljurecek said…
Beautiful papers for this. The paper piecing on the cup is just perfect. Really and elegant card!
Karin said…
Very nice card and I love the antique look it has. Great sponging on the Nestie too!
Tamara Bennett said…
What a pretty card! I love the paper and the vintage looking lace!
Joanne Gilch said…
Cheryl, love this card and I got the freebie from LSS. So thanks for that.
Awesome paper from CTMH.
Helen said…
Thanks for visiting my blog. I love your card!
Shelly Schmidt said…
Oh that paper is gorgeous! Love your card and the paper piecing and bet the sparkle from the glimmer mist really looks beautiful IRL!
CinnamonSally said…
Love your mothers day card, shame about the paper its so pretty. Thanks for stopping by my blog.
Divya Rao said…
Oooh, how pretty! I love the roses :)
Thanks for stopping by at my blog :)
Your projects are awesome!
Jennifer said…
Gorgeous card. Love everything about it...very stylish. xx Jenny xx
Ayana Posadas said…
Cheryl, this card is so pretty!
I love the pattern paper and the pearls that you added. Such elegant detail! :)
Melissa Craig said…
Cheryl this is a beautiful card! I saw it first on your posting for Digi Day on PCP - this is such a fantastic card.
Mrs. Fence said…
Beautiful card, Cheryl. The colors and papers are so pretty. YOur MIL will love it!
Alice Wertz said…
very pretty card! love the flower pp you used!!
Sharri Seffens said…
Beautiful card! Your dh Grandmother will love it!
Thank you so much for visiting my blog and leaving such a sweet comment.
tracy said…
this is great love the gorgeous colours and fabulous design. Thanks for joining this weeks Creative Cottage Challenge. hugs Tracy x
Shelly said…
Lovely card... nice paper and colours! Thanks for joining us at The Creative Cottage!
Shelly ;)
Rosana said…
wowwwwwwwwww your cards are very pretty.
alicaz said…
so pretty! love the paper pieced cup and the lace looks great with it.
Thanks for joining us at Paper Sundaes!
NancyK said…
I love how that background paper looks - too bad it is discontinued! The cup is perfect for paper piecing!
BrandiLynn said…
vintage love it!! thanx for playing with us at cardabilities :)
raindropecho said…
Wow, that paper piecing is spectacular! Beautiful little touches with the pearls and lace. Great card, Cheryl!
Beautiful!! Love the florals and the fabulous ink distressing!! Thanks so much for joining us in our CCEE challenge this week!!
Creative Mish said…
What a pretty card! I love that CTMH paper. I still have a package in my stash too
Kylie said…
Love your card Cheryl! Loving the vintage feel to it, your tea/coffee cup is Awesome and love the touch of lace!
Thanks so much for playing along with our Say It With Pearls challenge at AnnaBelle Stamps Blog!

Have a wonderful weekend,
Take Care,
Kylie X
Really pretty card with all the details! You really showed lots of love here! I'm sure your husband's grandmother will appreciate it! Patsy from
Tracey said…
Beautiful card Cheryl, love how the cup matches the backing paper.

Hope you're having a great weekend.

Lovely card - papers are so pretty. Thanks for joining the May WhoopsiDaisy Challenge.
Jackie said…
Your card is gorgeous Cheryl! Love the colors & layout!!!
Hugs & Love My Friend,
Rosanne said…
Gorgeous card!
Micki said…
Oh another gorgeous card! You have a way with adding lace, lo.... I love it. Beautiful!
Liz Weber said…
Wowzers I am so in awe of how many challenges you used - your card looks fantastic, very pretty and I really love the colour scheme. Thanks so much for joining in the fun at Cardabilities!
~Christina~ said…
This is so lovely...the lace is beautiful :)
KJ said…
Beautiful card! Thanks for playing along at Cardabilities!
Gina said…
Great card, I love that tea cup!
Nicole said…
HEY CHERYL GIRL!! Such a beautiful card! AND way to go on conquering so many challenges! WOW! Glad you enjoyed the Cardabilities sketch! Check back tomorrow for #3! It's another good one!! Nicole
Heike said…
Wonderful card with great colors and Details. Thanks for playing with us at the Whoopsi Daisy Challenge. Good Luck!


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