Monday, November 11, 2013

Guest Designing for The Shabby Tea Room!!!

Hello Sweet Friends!

Good Monday Morning to you!  Today starts a new week at The Shabby Tea Room and I am so honored to be this week's Guest Designer. 
The Theme this week is "Holiday Baking" create a card/project inspired by the photo with a baking theme, using the chalkboard technique, white, red & orange.
I started by piecing together some random papers in my collection along with an embossed and painted chipboard panel from a recycled cereal box to the card base of Kraft cover weight cardstock. I also added a touch of white paint to the papers and card base.  Next I added a paper lace trim as well as a crochet trim embellishing with white buttons. 
I used the chalkboard technique to create my label from Waltzingmouse Stamps Rescue Remedies. I created a fussy bow adding some fall leaves and bells along with a white button and twine adding to the top of the card. 

I would like to thank Debbie for giving me the honor of joining her talented team this week! I hope you will join in the fun and play along!  Please be sure to check out the rest of the talented ladies at The Shabby Tea Room to see what wonderful inspiration they have for you!

I am also sharing at Just B Creative - November Linky Party, Word Art Wednesday - Anything GoesSunday {Fun}day - November Linky Party

Hope you have a terrific Monday. I will be back in a few hours with my Kraft Journal Post!
~Tammy~

20 comments:

Charlene said...

Congrats and a super cute shabby card!!

Benzi said...

Beautiful card and those leaves are so striking in such a pretty color. They caught my eye right away. Congrats on your GD postion.

Mason Jar Cards said...

Very Cute

Mary Pat Siehl said...

love that tag!!!!

Lisa said...

Big congrats Tammy!!! Great chalkboard focal on your pretty card!!

Audrey Pettit said...

Congratulations on your guest designer spot with the Tea Room, Tammy! Your card is gorgeous! LOVE your chalkboard label and LOVE that fabulous shabby bow with the leaves and bells. Really stunning project, my friend!

jessica said...

Congrats on your Guest Design spot!! Your card is AWESOME!!!!!!!

Ruki said...

congrats! your card is really cute!!!

Emily Keaton said...

Tammy, this is incredible! You captured that pretty photo perfectly. Awesome chalkboard effects!

Lisa said...

Congratulations on your GD spot!! Your card is so beautiful!! I love the design!! Perfect take on the inspiration photo!!

Lisa
A Mermaid's Crafts

Jinny Newlin said...

This is absolutely perfect, Tammy! LOVE that little chalkboard and fall leaves and jingle bells and... Well, I just love it all! A perfect take on the inspiration pic!

Maria said...

What a fabulous shabby creation, so pretty! And, big congrats on your GD assignment!

Annette Allen said...

wow this is amazing.. congrats on GD.. you totally rocked it..

Jennifer said...

Oh...so pretty! Love that chalkboard design...congrats on your GD!

Karen Letchworth said...

This card is just SO SUPER DARLING! I absolutely LOVE the chalkboard technique and while I don't know how to do it quite right yet, I'm trying to get it down. I love the challenge this week at the Tea Room and hope to give it a whirl. Thanks for sharing this beautiful card in our challenge at Word Art Wednesday. It's always such a blessing to have you share with us, and I appreciate it SO very much.
Karen
Word Art Wednesday

Sue Lelli said...

LOVE the chalkboard and your papers and colors! So FAB, Tammy!

Jo Ann said...

How amazing is this? Love the bold colors with wonderful embellishments and DP's. Love it! Thanks for blessing us with a great project at Word Art Wednesday this week. Big hugs always!

JO ANN
http://jatterburycreations.blogspot.com

Martha Herrera said...

CONGRATS on your Guest Design spot! What an honor!
I've never tried the chalkboard technique..Your card inspires me to give it a try!

Jeanne J said...

I have such a hard time with the chalk board look - mine always looks "messy". This is amazing - you rocked this Tammy!

Jessi Fogan said...

Those leaves! Love them. And of course I love the bells :)