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I'm a Little Tea Pot...




"Circles Galore" is the new Meljen's Design challenge. I don't know if I got the "galore" part but I did fit some circles into my project. Not only is my main image on a circle shaped panel, I created a circle frame for it using my Nestabilities. I sprayed the frame with Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist (Pearl) and it is really pretty in real life although it looks kind of splotchy in the photo. (Sorry!) I also add a round button, lots of round pearls, and some fun round-ish flowers. What do you think? Does it count for "galore?

This Fancy Little Teapot is available in the new release on Whimsy Stamps today. As a reminder, you can now get all the Meljen's Designs images at Whimsy Stamps.



Please join us in the Meljen's Designs "Circles Galore" challenge. You can see all the challenge details HERE.

Thank you for looking!

Challenges:



Supplies:

  • Image: Fancy Little Teapot by Meljen's Designs on Whimsy Stamps
  • Papers & CS: PaperTrey Kraft & Vintage Cream CS, Georgia Pacific CS, Close To My Heart Key to My Heart paper pack
  • Inks: Close To My Heart Sorbet & Tulip
  • Tools: Spellbinders Nestabilities, Big Shot, Copic & Prismacolor markers
  • Embellishments: Papertrey silk ribbon (colored with markers), Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist - Pearl & Gold, DMC floss, Kaiser half pearls, Mark Richards half pearls, Webster's Pages Bloomers, Sakura Clear Star Gelly Roll pen, Paper Studios Spare Parts lace, misc. button, sentiment computer generated

Comments

michele hileman said…
That is awesome. I love tea pots.
Thank you for joining us this week at OSAAT
Liz said…
LOve the way your have done your tag very original great card

Thanks for joining OSAAT

Liz xx
What a lovely card. Those flowers look fab.
Thank you for stopping by for our first challenge.
Hugs Helen & Elle DT x x
Stampin' Pam said…
Just beautiful. Love the flowers. Thanks so much for playing along with Just Us Girls and JustRite this week. You did a lovely job with this sketch challenge. We appreciate your participation and support. :-)
Very cute Cheryl! Love the colors!

Thanks for joining Fairy Fun Fridays this week!

xoxoxo
Doreen said…
This is fabulous.Thanks for sharing this with us at Magical Crafts.xxx
Shelley said…
Wow I just love this card, the colours and layout are just fab. Thanks for joining in with Magical Crafts Fortnightly Challenge.
Hugs Shelley xx
Carol Ann said…
Beautiful card those roses are gorgeous, very pretty lace too. Thanks for playing along at One Stitch at a Time.
Carol Ann xx
Marlene said…
So very pretty!
Rebekah said…
How fab is this?! I love that lace, Thanks for joining us at OSAAT this wk hugs Rebekah xx
Thistleblue said…
Oh such a pretty card with really beautiful colours! The roses look great!
Thanks for joining us on the first challenge at Ellephantastic Challenge Blog!
Best of luck in your challenges
hugs
Michelle
Elle DT
x
Laurie Wilson said…
This is really so very pretty! love the fabric flowers, that image is fantastic, and coloring perfection! Thanks for entering in CDBC7!
Georgia Ehrmann said…
such a lovely card! I absolutely love the pearl embellishments and the frame sprayed with Tattered Angels glimmer mist! (I don't use mine enough...:( ) Thanks for playing with us at CDBC7
Claudine Poch said…
Gorgous! Great details, buttons, flowers, lace, etc. Thanks for joining us at Speedy's Friends.
Andrea M said…
So pretty!!! WOW!!!! Love the colors and those shabby, fabric roses are gorgeous!!! The lace is such a lovely touch too. Great take on the sketch and thanks so much for playing along with Just Us Girls!
Dana Gustafson said…
Oh too cute! I love your teapot and the gorgeous bloomers flowers. So pretty! Thanks so much for playing with Just Us Girls this week!
Hi, I've just noticed this is your 2nd entry into our challenge. I'm afraid its one entry each. Beautiful card though!
Thank you for playing along.
Margreet said…
gorgeous card Cheryl!......thanks for joining FFF and hope to see you next week again!
xxx Margreet
I would say it's "galore" and a bit victorian too! Love that you put the pearls around the circle and those flowers are awesome!
Maria
Joanne said…
Gorgeous! I love the colors and I love your details! Thanks for joining us at Little Red Wagon:)
Joanne xo
Spyder said…
Gorgeous use of the ribbons!! thank you for joining Quirky Craft's 'Ribbon' Challenge this fortnight.

(Lyn))
Spyder said…
Love your teapot image, thank you so much for joining OSAAT's 'Ribbon, lace and Bow' Challenge this week!
(Lyn))
Kathy said…
Very pretty, so elegant. The lace and pearls give it ia nice vintage feel.
What a gorgeous card..just beautiful...love the trim and the colors too. Thanks for joning us at Fairy Fun Fridays and CDBC!
Stacy Walker said…
Beautiful card. Thank you for joining us at the 2 Sisters Challenge.
Gemma said…
fab card, love the image! thanks for joining in at OSAAT this week :) Gemma
A.J. said…
This is lovely - there's nothing better than a cup of good old English tea. I love your card and the ribbon roses and lace finish it beautifully.

Thanks for joining us at OSAAT.

Amanda
Scrappy said…
WOW! This is A-mazing! Fabulous layout and those embellies are perfect! I think I *need* that teapot too! :)

Thanks so much for joining us at OSAAT! Hope to see you next challenge!
Helen said…
Gorgeous card - love the flowers!
Thanks for joining us at Pile It On!
Helen x
Pat (mspfd) said…
Hi Cheryl! This is such a wonderful design! Love the teapot and all the wonderful embellishments. Beautiful card. Thanks so much for playing the CDBC7!
Rosanne said…
Gorgeous card! Thanks for joining us at Little Red Wagon!
Nana said…
Gorgeous card! Love it
Thank you for joining us at "PIO" this week!
hugs Nana
Maria Matter said…
Gorgeous Cheryl! I love those flowers!!!
Thank you for playing along @ Clearly Delightful & Creative Card Crew!
K. Joy said…
This is beautiful! I love the lace and pearls and colors. Love your style. :) Thanks for playing at the CDBC! :)

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