Wednesday, 19 February 2014

Keep Calm & drink tea

Hi Folk's it's Wednesday and a new challenge from,
Crafting with Dragonflythis challenge you have got to use a free digi image . I have used one supplied by Free Dearie dolls called ladies Tea time , I used the black & white image and coloured her with promarkers.

I finished the image topper off by using inks & my 
brushes. I then cut the image out using a spellbinder die I also cut out a faux die to mount the image on. I used paper from first edition and a keep calm sentiment which Icut out using a stampin up punch and mounted it on a punched scalloped circle. , I added drink tea too.
Many thanks for visiting , make sure you visit the blog to see the rest of the DT cards.
Hugs xx.

Challenge entered
7 kids college fund    anything goes
digi stamps 4 joy   use punch or diecut
paper shelter dircut and punchs
Word Art Wednesday   uplifting sentiment
Crafty Sentiment      anything goes


Susan Hogan said...

Such a great image and so well dealt with - live her calm expression. Hope all well with you and yours and the weather is improving.

Sammy said...

Being a complete tea-aholic, those are words I live by!

I just adore your card! x

Tracy said...

What a fab image, love what you have created with her xx

Judith Taylor - Wright said...

Morning Tania what an adorable image hun - great job - have a great day xxx

Stephanie said...

Beautiful card. I love the image and coloring.

Lorraine said...

Gorgeous card Tania, love the image and layout.
Huge Hugz, Lorraine xx

Cheremane said...

Great Image and perfect for so many ladies :) xx

Jan Ltc said...

Fab card xx Jan

Kate M said...

Fabulous card - love that image and sentiment - just my cuppa tea!!

Wynn Walton said...

Great sentiment it. She looks so 'chillaxed' as my Grand children would say!!
Hugs Wynn x

Emz said...

Fab card the image is great. Thank you for joining us at Crafty Sentiments this week for our Anything Goes Challenge xx

Gail said...

What a very cute image! I love how you colored her. Thank you for listing your supplies and I see you used die cuts. But, I don't see a punch listed and our challenge at The Paper Shelter this week is Punches AND Dies. If you don't have a punch on the card, it will not be entered in the challenge. You still have time to add a punch and re-enter if you are missing that element. Such a pretty card! Hugs, Gail DT

Joey said...

Lovely card and such a fab image, thanks for joining us at TPS. Joey x

Ina said...

Cute as cute as can be. Just gorgeous Tania. I would love to come and have tea with you.

Karen Letchworth said...

This is SO adorable, Tania. I just LOVE this (although I'm a coffee drinker, rather than tea - but still the same idea). I really love the image and the way you put it all together. It's a darling card, and I thank you for sharing this with us.
God bless you!
Word Art Wednesday

KarinsArtScrap said...

this is such a lovely card Tania.
Thanks for join us at
{Digistamps4Joy DT Member}


Pat K said...

Fabulous card. Love the image and how you rolled the paper...awesome! Thank you so much for joining us at The Paper Shelter. Pat K x

Desire Fourie said...

This is a beautiful creation with great details and perfect for our ‘USE DIES OR PUNCHES’ challenge. Thanks for sharing your talent with us. Good luck.
{Digistamps4Joy DT Member}
{Doing Life – my personal blog}

CG said...

Such a great card! Love the touches of the rolled strips and the handwritten sentiment. Best, CG

MackieMade Paper Creations said...

Fabulous card! Love how you curled the papers! Thanks for joining us at!

Paper Tails said...

What a precious card! Love the colors. Thanks for joining us at


Marie said...

This is adorable! Lovely look to it. Thanks for playing with us over at TPS this week.
Love n hugs

ursula Uphof said...

A beautiful card and a lovely image.
Thank you for joining our challenge at
Digistamps4Joy this week and good luck..
Ursula Uphof DT member

Julie Odil said...

I love tea, so this image is just my style! Gorgeous card! Thanks for joining us at Digistamps4Joy. Julie O, DT member