Tea Room Window

So this was one of the 1st stamps set I ever got. I got it as a gift for my wedding anniversary from my hubbie and that is the 25th of this month. I had never held an alcohol marker before, had totally the wrong stamping ink but knew I wanted to make a window scene. I thought it fitting to make another window scene 12 months on to compare

2021

2020


Yes very cringy but with out practice we will not grow right? 

Card Making Supplies

Daisy Mae Designs Afternoon Tea
Daisy Mae Designs Celebrations Cake
Spectrum Noir Markers
Spectrum Noir Finesse in Rustic Brown



Card Making Tutorial

I begun using washi tape to mask out what would form my window

I stamped my images


Removed the washi tape and begun to colour in the following blends


Window frame TN3, BG3, BG2, BG1

Shelf GB11, GB8, GB6

Inside shop walls AP3, AP2, AP1, VB3, White Gel Pen
Inside Floor MB4, MB2, MB1

Bricks BG10, TN4  BG4  BG2, GB1

Sign CR4, CR2, CR1

Cups BT9, BT7, BT5 / PL5, PL3, PL1 / TB6, TB4, TB2

Flowers CR11, CR9, CR7, LG3, LG2, LG1

Cake 
Cherries Cr11, CR9, CR7
strawberries DR7, DR5, DR2, LG3, LG2, LG1
Blueberries Pl5, OL4
Raspberries BP7, BP6
Cake TN3, TN2,TN1
Icing PP3, PP2, PP1
Cake Stand BT3, BT2, BT1


The sentiment was stamped and finished in Nuvo Drops 


Thanks for reading 
Happy Crafting 
Claire xx



10 comments:

  1. Your gorgeous image made me long for an outing for afternoon tea,a beautiful card

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  2. Absolutely love this idea of a window especially showing off the wonderful yum goodies... have another day surgery tomorrow so won't be around...x

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  3. A super card Clare, a lovely tea room - I hope we will soon be visiting our local tea room again.
    Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
    x

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  4. What a lovely card. Very clever x

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