The other day my daughter asked if she could invite all her little friends over for a tea party. Wouldn't it be fun to have a little tea party for a bunch of little girls? And wouldn't this make a fun invitation? I created the table cloth with a red madeira notecard and a scalloped edge I cut from a piece of cream cardstock. For the table legs, I cut long skinny rectangles from a bark notecard. Then I took a blue tin plate notecard, snipped the edges of the short sides, ruffled them up with my finger, and viola ... the rug! I stamped the tea cup, colored it with copic markers, cut it out, and adhered it to the table with a pop dot. For the final step, I added the sentiment above the table, covered it with a clear scalloped oval sticker, and centered a brad on the top. This card can be seen in the "inspiring ideas" section of this week's A Muse Weekly.
Notecard, papers, image, sentiment, and clear sticker by A Muse. Stampin' Up crystal effects and sanding block. Brilliance graphite black pigment ink. Copic markers. Making Memories brad.