Let’s Par-Tea

Hello my crafty pal! Today Heartcraft Paper is releasing a new set of Alice in Wonderland themed digi-stamps and I am so exited! I have been waiting for a set like these and they don’t disappoint! I’ve been having a blast playing with them.

I made this punny card by typing up my sentiment and sizing it to fit a top-fold A2 card. I printed the card base, along with the Mad Hatter and Cheshire Cat onto cardstock. I folded the card and cut the top corners off to mimic a tea bag. I used Christina’s Font and the Jennifer Lynne font for my sentiment, but you can use any fonts you like. 

Next, I colored my Mad Hatter and Cheshire Cat with Copic markers and cut them out with my ScanNCut. While the outlines were still in my ScanN Cut’s memory, I cut out a second cat from more white cardstock.

I added some white details to my Mad Hatters hair and eyebrows to make him look older. I am partial to the Disney cartoon version of the story so I tried to color him in similar colors. I also added a little color to the bubbled out letters in my sentiment. 

To assemble the card, I popped the Mad Hatter onto the card front with foam tape. Then, I tied a knot into one end of some bakers twine and stapled it to the top of my card. (Note: my card is top folding and I had to use a long-reach stapler to attach my twine. If you don’t have a long reach stapler, make this card side folding instead and you’ll be able to use a regular stapler.) I sandwiched the other end of the twine between the cat layers and glued them together. I found that if I fanned out that end of the twine a little bit, it laid nice and flat between the cats. To finish my card, I added several Max Red flat backed gems to the card front. 

And that finishes it off! Fast and easy, right? You could easily change the wording and turn it into an invitation to a tea party and print the details inside. Wouldn’t that be fun? I can’t wait to show you the next few cards I’ve made with these new digis from Heartcraft Paper! Before that, check out all of the fun cards the rest of the design team have come up with for the blog hop! And be sure to enter this month’s challenge on the Heartcraft Paper blog for your chance to win images from the new release! We’re adding something new this month, you can link your blog directly to the challenge from the Inlinkz button below!!! Try it and let us know what you think!

 

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  1. Marcia Caradinta says:

    Oh goodness, this is not only clever, but stinking cute! I love how trippy Alice in Wonderland is, and I love your project! xo

  2. Such a cute project! Love it!

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