Unstampabelles Tea in the Garden ….


Today I am popping in to share my creation for the current challenge at Unstampabelles here

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The newest challenge is
Tea in the Garden
and the TWIST is use some watercolouring somewhere……
I started by creating my background with my water colour paints.  The section top right is meant to look like a flowering vine.  Hope you can see that!  I added die cut MFT tea pot and cups.  I added a butterfly stencil (I raided the kiddos art supplies for that one!) to the tea pot.  I used a new makeup brush from Daiso it is in appearance like the new stencilling brushes I have seen people using.  The brush gave great results with very little effort however I don’t think the handle will last long I feel if I put to much pressure the handle is going to snap! Can’t expect much for $2.80 though.  I finished the pot and cups with overflowing punched leaves and flowers with liquid pearl centres.
I have been know to sit outside with a pot of tea, a book and my knitting, especially if the weather is nice.  I’m a bit like goldilocks it can’t be too hot or too cold! just right.  Sometimes it has to be the front step as my dog likes to be included!
I am going to link this up to the August challenge at Bizzy Becs Store here
Anything goes

Thanks for stopping




6 thoughts on “Unstampabelles Tea in the Garden ….

  1. What a great creation of teapot and teacup with diecut flowers, Vicki! I love that you added how you enjoy sitting outside with your cup o’ tea and the pooch if it’s “just right” outside! You did a fabulous flowering vine and background! I got the cheapie makeup brushes, too, and just love them. I hold them by the head by choice so hopefully that will keep the handles from falling off. I was completely blender challenged until I tried them … why didn’t someone think of that years ago? Well, no worries, better late than never! Hugs, Darnell

    1. Thanks Darnell. Agree about the blender brushes! I too was a little challenged. After trying the expensive ones at a recent papercraft expo I’m sticking with the cheap ones! There was little difference.

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