Monday, 2 May 2016

Time to Celebrate

Hello, and welcome to my first Clearly Besotted Stamps Teaser Time posts.
Today I am sharing a peek at three new sets, all of which will be available on 5th May at 10pm GMT.
Time to Celebrate by Lucy Abrams 
To make my card, I first covered a white notecard with a stitched panel of patterned paper from Crate Paper's Little You pad.  Next, I die cut a Large Tag from rustic card, then stamped with a sentiment from 'Let's Party' - a new 3 x 4 set. I stamped the present, balloons and cupcake, all from a new 6 x 4 set called 'All In Onesie' and the owl from 'A Class Act' - another new 6 x 4 set - onto some Hero Arts Letterpress paper, then watercolored all the images with my Gansai Tambi paints. Once dry, I hand cut them all out, then paper pieced everything to the tag. Finally, I threaded my tag with Lawn Fawn twine and adhered to the card with foam tape.
Time to Celebrate 2 by Lucy Abrams
I love how beautifully all the Clearly Besotted sets coordinate... everything goes together so well. 
I'll be back with more sneaks very soon... until then, be sure to head to Stephanie's blog to see what she's created. And check out this month's guest designers too. So much awesomeness.
Bye for now.
Supplies


8 comments:

Stephanie said...

Ooooh...just delightful!! <3

Keren Baker said...

Hey! This is so gorgeous. You do pastel so gorgeously. Love how you've combined the two sets- they work so perfectly! x

Michelle Short said...

I love this, Lucy! I love how you have the owl holding the cupcake, so cute! xx

Neets B said...

A fabulous stamp set combo here, Lucy. So pretty in the pastel shades too. Great to be joining the team as a guestie this month :) xx

Vanessa Amann said...

This is so so so beautiful <3

Mandy said...

This is adorable Lucy, such pretty delicate colours. x

Shirley said...

This owl is so cute...love your card design as well as the colors.

hhs26 said...

You have inspired me to try making a shaker card! I have seen them often on Pinterest, but have never taken the time to try making one. Thanks for sharing!