Happy Mail

Today I am sharing a cute little outdoor scene using the new You Snailed It stamp set from Time For Tea Designs. I love all of the cute little elements in this set.

For the background I coloured some card stock using Twisted Citron, Mowed Lawn (grass) and Tumbled Glass (sky) Distress Oxide Inks. I sprinkled some water droplets and distress oxides to give a splattered effect to the background.

I used the Stitched Hillside Boarders die from Lawn Fawn to cut the grass and sky areas into sections and adhered them to some white card stock using double sided tape for the two top pieces and foam tape for the bottom two pieces. Before adhering the last (and highest) piece of grassy section I stamped the ‘happy mail’ sentiment onto it.

I stamped and coloured all of the images with copics and adhered them to the background using liquid glue. Some of the flowers and the mushroom were stamped from the Beauty Sleep stamp set.

This card took quite a long time to create but I really like how it turned out. Here are some close ups of the final card showing the dimension.

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Time For Tea Designs runs a monthly ‘anything goes’ challenge which is really easy to enter. Simply make something using your Time For Tea Designs images and post them with the hashtag #timeforteadesigns and you’re entered to win! Challenges run monthly, and we will have a spotlight and a prize winner at the end of each challenge on Facebook and Instagram.

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