WT817 - Silhouette. Dina Wakely chipboard silhouette
F4A559 - Mostly Blue. Blue Dylusions sprays mixed with some green. Blue alcohol inks and a bit of greens and browns
MIX406 - Tell a Story. My story is, I'm done with housework, now I'm ready to relax and have a cup of hot coffee I just bought at the store. (ï¿½eoeGrocery bagï¿½e is really a teabag dipped in Antique Linen and Vintage Photo Distress Inks, with the bottom folded like a grocery bag and the top trimmed with sewing scissors. Thanks, Nancy, for the video!)
MMJ09 - Teabag. I opened a Lipton teabag at both sides by removing the tiny staples. After having a cup of hot tea I cut the bag to make two and trimmed the two bottoms to resemble grocery bags. I now have several mini bags to use for MM projects. I cut up a box of coffee and tucked the logo inside the little bag on the above project.
BG is textured through a stencil.
Date: Friday, November 6, 2020 GMT Views: 358
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Registered: July 27, 2007 Location: Dublin, Ireland Posts: 118624
Sat, Nov 07, 2020 @ 6:43 AM
The teabag grocery bag is neat - I have some teabags Anita gave me sitting here looking at me reproachfully. (Irish teabags are definitely smaller and can't be easily opened, they're fused on all sides). I think that cup is beautiful, and I'm glad to see a non-black silhouette because if I hadn't already made three cards I would have gone for something in cream just for a change.