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Tuesday, December 17, 2019

Time For Tea Designs - Woodland Scene

Happy Friday friends! Are you ready for your dose of inspiration from Time For Tea Designs? I know I am! Don't forget that you can (and should) play along in our monthly challenge for your chance to win free digis! Everyone loves free digis, am I right? The theme for our challenge is Anything Goes. My favorite! It's so easy to enter - just make something using your Time For Tea Designs images and post them! Share with the hashtag #timeforteadesigns so we can find them, 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. Oh, and I have a discount code for you to use - T4TJENNIFER10 will save you 10% on your order from the Time For Tea shop! Yayyyy :)

Today's project features stamps and dies that released last month on Create & Craft, and they are in Time For Tea shop now too! can use your coupon code! These Woodland Critters are just SO CUTE. I've also used the coordinating dies, and paired them with one of the deer images from the Christmas Deer clear set (and coordinating dies), and the sentiment tucked up in the upper left corner was done with the Say Anything clear stamp set.

stamped all the images onto Neenah Solar White cardstock and colored them with Copic Markers - I buy all of mine at for their fast shipping and awesome service. I used the coordinating dies for both sets to cut them out. 

This card is 4x6 inches, instead of the standard A2 size. I needed a little more space to get all the goodies on there! I first laid out the top patterned paper panel (Doodlebug Design) and cut the border using the scalloped edge border die. Next, I cut a piece of PTI Aqua Mist cardstock to 4x6 and used
 my Mini MISTI to line up the sentiment just where I wanted it. Then I ran it through my Big Shot with a Sizzix Tim Holtz embossing folder to do the swirls in the background.  I used MFT Snow Drifts Die-Namics die to create the hills out of these adorable patterned papers from Doodlebug Design. 

After I had all the pieces for my scene prepared, I started putting it together. Tons of foam tape here - different thicknesses on the various layers to make things stand out. I love the dimension it gives. 

I hope you enjoyed my project today. If you've got a moment, head over to join our FB communityfollow us on Instagram, and don't forget to play along with our monthly challenges by tagging #timeforteadesigns - so easy! Thanks for stopping by!

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