I love how the creative process works, when the place you begin takes you somewhere you did not expect to go. I recently purchased the new Tim Holtz Sizzix Bell Jar die. I was going to cut wood grain DP and acetate for the glass and place some yummy confection in the middle. I had good results doing this with another project. Well, I got to thinking after I cut the base, could this be a table? Well yes it could and here's where I ended up:
So you can see my table has a lace table cloth. The picture does not show the sparkle Glimmer glaze I brushed onto the lace. The chairs were in my stash from a recent technique using Distress re-inkers and baby wipes.. I recently ordered the Glitz stickers which had all kinds of lovely "reserved" phrases. I liked how they worked with the Luncheon theme.
Here is the inspiration photo behind this card:
I really love this photo from The Shabby Tea Room Rustic Elegance challenge, week #136.
Here are a few close ups:
I layered the top panel of the card onto a piece of burlap.
I will also be entering this card into the following challenges:
http://tuesdaythrowdown.blogspot.co.uk/ - Tea at Grandmas
http://365cards.blogspot.com/2012/10/day-232-setting-example.html - Add an item or
Image that fits the quotation.
http://www.justusgirlschallenge.blogspot.com/ - color challenge
The Perfect Sentiment is celebrating its Anniversary with a group of four challenges. I am entering this card into the BINGO challenge , playing the middle row of Lace, glitter and a Die-Cut.
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