Friday, 29 September 2023

Let's Party


Happy Friday! DT Annalisa here, my T4T project today is a celebration card featuring the Let’s Party stamp set. The kitty popping out of the gift is my favourite stamp in the set. When I was a teenager, my parents got me a ginger kitty for my birthday as a complete surprise and I loved it. 

I sprayed Dusty Concord Distress Oxide Spray through the Movie Star 6 x 6" Stencil, removed the stencil and sprayed Salvaged Patina Distress Spray to create the background panel. I added black watercolour splatter once the panel was dry. I added this background to an A6 card base.


I ran white cardstock through my Bigshot twice, once using the Stitched Quilted Cover Die and a second using the Wonky Windows Cover Die. I stamped the Let's Party sentiment to the panel using my MISTI and then used double-sided foam tape to stick it to the card base.

I stamped and coloured (with Copics) images from the Let’s PartyBirthday Fox, and Birthday Cake stamp sets and cut them out with their coordinating dies. I added white gel pen accents with a Gelly Roll Pen

I adhered the images to the card base using liquid glue or double-sided foam tape for dimension. 

Thank you so much for checking out my blog post. Remember to use my discount code T4TANNALISA10 when you visit the Time For Tea Designs shop to get 10% off your order.


Wednesday, 27 September 2023

New home

Hey there Tea-timer friends...

DT Ashlee here, I hope you are all well and getting in lots of crafty time!

Today I'm sharing a new card using just die cuts, yep I didn't use any stamps on this card just a range of Time for Tea designs dies....

I used these T4T products for this card....

To create the card I die cut the base using the wide stitched frame dies and a piece of light grey cardstock. I then die cut the open door pieces and adhered them all together. I added a little bit of brown inking around the edge of the door. This was then added to the card base using foam tape to start adding dimension. I die cut steps from a darker grey card and adhered those with foam tape too....

I die cut all the sentiment layers from different colours of cardstock and adhered those over the door using foam tape. To complete the card I added a touch of pretty pink sequins!

I like how this card turned out with using just dies, how about you challenge yourself and make one too?!

Thanks for checking out my card, I hope you liked it! Until next post happy crafting, hugs Ashlee. 

Monday, 25 September 2023


 Hi Tea Timers, welcome back to the blog. Today I have another super sweet, super easy slimline card using the new Gummy Bears stamp set. The set not only features the iconic candy but also a wonderful gumball machine, bears and more candy!

Sets used:

I first stamped out my images and fussy cute them. For the bears I used the following Copic Marker combos to color them: E15, E13, E11, E01, E00. I then used RV21, RV23, RV25, YG21, YG23 YG45, Y11, Y15, Y19, R22, R24, R27 for the other images.

I took a mini slimline panel and blended it with Kitsch Flamingo, Scattered Straw, Twisted Citron and Salvaged Patina. I then took then confetti stencil and blended it with Picked Raspberry, Mustard Seed, Mowed Lawn and Peacock Feathers.

I like to layout my images first to see where I want the sentiments to go. I decided on using two sentiments on either side of the panel. I heat embossed them with embossing ink and white embossing powder.

I then adhered my images using liquid adhesive and foam tape. I wanted it to look like the bears were sharing candy so I added the lollipop and the mini gummy bear as an accessory for each bear.

I hope you enjoyed this blogpost today for this quick and easy card. All of the products I used are linked above. If you purchase any of the sets, used the code T4TRANDY10 at checkout.

Happy crafting!

Sunday, 24 September 2023

Sweet Birthday

 Hello everyone!

I'm Lorena, and one more week I'm here to show you a new card!

This time I used Birthday Cake Clear Stamp Set

For the base of the card I have used Snow Flurry Cover Die, I love this type of dies, simple but with that false stitching making shapes.
I have used pink ink for the entire base of the card, and finally in a darker shade of pink I have stamped many muffins that have the set of stamps 

Then I colored a lot of stamps from this set, it is a spectacular set with different elements to celebrate the perfect birthday!
For my card I chose, the cake, a lot of beef, cupcakes, pieces of cake ...

I hope you liked this week's card, it is very simple but very funny, what do you think? 😉

See you soon! 


Friday, 22 September 2023

Hey, Congrats


 Happy Friday, DT Annalisa here! The first day of Fall, or autumnal equinox, arrives tomorrow, so I am sharing a card with a fall feel. It features the Birthday Fox clear stamp set from Time For Tea Designs.

For the background, I ink-blended tumbled glass and salty ocean Distress Oxides with my Beautiful Blender Brush onto Distress White Heavy cardstock by Ranger. Using a paintbrush, I added splatters of water and uncharted mariner Distress Oxide. For the grass, I ink-blended twisted citron, mowed lawn Distress Oxides and added water splatters. 

I die-cut the grass with the Slimline Hillside Scene Dies and stuck this to the sky panel with liquid glue. I then added this panel to an A2 card base.

I stamped and coloured (with Copics) the foxes from the Birthday Fox clear stamp set and cut them out with my Brother Scan N Cut SDX125e. I added white gel pen accents with a Gelly Roll Pen. I did the same process with the leaves from Jumping With Joy and Bee and Butterfly from I Really Dig You.

I used liquid glue to stick the leaves to the card and double-sided foam tape for the rest of the critters. 

The hey letters were die cut from black cardstock using the Hey, Hello, Hi Dies. I die cut vellum using the word shadow die in this set. I used liquid glue to adhere the letters to the shadow area and then behind the letters and stuck this to the sky area on the card. 

I stamped congrats from the You’re Engaged stamp set with VersaMark ink and heat embossed using white Ultra Fine Embossing Powder by Brutus Monroe. I die-cut the sentiment using the coordinating die set. I used liquid glue to stick the congrats to the bottom of the card. 

Thank you so much for reading my blog post. Remember to use my discount code T4TANNALISA10 when you visit the Time For Tea Designs shop to get 10% off your order.

Thursday, 21 September 2023

Happy Birthday to My Foxy Friend!

Hey there, Tea Timers!!  It's Amanda here and today I am sharing another card using some products from the New Release

Today, I am using the Birthday Fox Stamp Set.
To create this card, we're going to start by trimming down a piece of white cardstock to 4" x 5.25".  On this panel, we'll stamp champagne/wine bottles all around the background.  I always start in the center and then work my way out to the end.

Next, we'll grab an oval die and cut it out.  We'll blend Catherine Pooler's Wintergreen ink all around it and then give it a little spritz from a water bottle to create some water droplets.
Then, we'll stamp and color all our images with Copic markers.  I've used the coordinating dies to cut out the stamped images, but you could also use a Scan n' Cut or scissors!
Next, we'll assemble our card.  We'll use liquid glue to adhere our front panel to the card base.  Then, we'll use glue to adhere our oval.  Next, we'll use 3D foam squares to attach our fox and bottle.
The last step is to add a few sequins with the tiniest bit of glue!

That's it for me today, friends!  I hope you love this cute little foxy card!
Xx, Amanda


Wednesday, 20 September 2023

Let's PARTY fox!

Hey there Tea-timers...

DT Ashlee here, who's ready to party?! I hope you are because I have a party themed card to share which might make you want to get your party on too.... 

This card uses these Time for Tea designs products :

To create this card I started with a white card base that I inked with distress oxide ink Mustard seed. I then splattered it with Gansai Tambi paint. Once it was dry I adhered a layered square set from the simple squares die cut from black and yellow card. 

I die cut the Let's party sentiment from black and blue card stock so I could adhere them together slightly off set to create a shadow. Also added little ink shading to the bottom of the blue cut. This was adhered so it would hang off the focal square. 

I stamped a bunch of images from the Birthday fox set and coloured them up with Spectrum noir tri-blend markers before die cutting them with the co-ordinating dies. These were all arranged and adhered above the sentiment. 

To complete the card I added a stamped sub sentiment also die cut with the co-ordinating die and a touch of pretty yellow sequins!

This fox is ready to PARTY! 

I hope you enjoyed my card today, thanks for stopping by. Until next post happy crafting, hugs Ashlee. 

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