Wednesday, January 7, 2009
Rose Porcelain Teapot
This rose porcelain teapot stamp is one of my older stamps and has been well used over the years but each time I use it I get the same joy as if it were a brand new purchase. The stamp is made by All Night Media and is from the Sandy Lynam Clough collection.
Last night I was tidying up my embellishments and realized I hadn't painted with my twinkling H2O's in ages. Well...that was enough tidying. I pulled out the little H2O pots, water and brushes and painted a bunch of images until I couldn't keep my eyes focused anymore. It was fun! For this teapot I used some teeny tiny dabs of raspberry colored liquid pearls on the base and handle of the teapot to give a bit of dimension like a real teapot might have.
I ran out of silver card stock and my silver leafing pen had gone dry so I didn't get to edge the card as I'd hoped to. Ahh...the hazard of stamping and cardmaking late at night. Can't get out to replenish supplies. But I like the way this came out anyway. It is simple. I'm not sure yet if I'll add a sentiment tag or use it as a notecard. In fact, I think I'll ink up this stamp again and try some different things with it.
For now, I had better pull on my boots and mittens and go out in the snow and do some shoveling. I'm sure I'll make a pot of tea when I come in.
Have a warm and cozy day.
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This is so pretty! The colors are just gorgeous and romantic! If you had a sweet little teapot like that waiting for you after shoveling snow it might not seem so bad...who am I kidding still wouldn't make shoveling snow fun! ha ha ha!ReplyDelete
Lovely image and even lovlier card.ReplyDelete
How very elegant!!! I love EVERYTHING about this lovely card!!!ReplyDelete
I also wanted to let you know that I left you a little something on my blog.
Oh My Jennifer! This is absolutely gorgeous!!!ReplyDelete
I left a little something on my blog for you :)
How delicate and feminine and absolutely BEAUTIFUL Ms Jennifer!!ReplyDelete
This is amazing, so romantic, and elegant!!!ReplyDelete
What a gorgeous card. Love that you used the pearls on the teapot, such a nice touch. Beautiful.ReplyDelete
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How very very beautiful! Love how feminine and elegant it looks. Your painting is pure art! So pretty.ReplyDelete
Ah, this is gorgeous....I have missed your blog and all your creations for too long--shame on me! So pretty, what a wonderful image!ReplyDelete