Saturday, September 24, 2011

Fall Tea Bag Holder Card

My dd mother-in-law's
birthday is today and I wanted to make a special card for her. Nancy's is just the sweetest lady and a tremendous blessing. When I saw Tracy's tutorial on making a tea bag holder card, I knew that this was what I wanted to give her. I decided to make it with a fall theme.


Weight Cardstock from Kraft Outlet for the card base teamed with the Imaginisce Happy Harvest Collection DP. Also used some cardstock scraps from my stash.


Following Tracy's excellent
instructions... my completed project.


Room for three tea bags.


I made a pocket with this pumpkin image 
and tucked my sentiment tag inside. I wrote a message to her on the back of a Kraft Outlet Grungy Tag and stamped the front with Distress Inks using TPC Studio's Autumn Harvest Set. Tied on a Prima Vintage Trinket and a Tim Holtz Muse Token.
I'm entering this card in:
Kraft Outlet/The Kraft Journal - Challenge #37 "Welcome Fall"

8 comments:

Karen said...

stunning! love everything about your project what a great idea for a tea bag holder.

Ros said...

I'm really loving this Linda ... and I just know that the recipient will too!! Totally gorgeous!!

Audrey Pettit said...

Fabulous, Linda! Absolutely fabulous! Tracy's project was amazing, wasn't it? And I love your take on it. The fall leaves are gorgeous. Love that paper line for this, too. I'm sure Nancy loved this! Thanks so much for sharing it with us at The Kraft Journal. :)

lauren bergold said...

ooooh! now *THAT* is a cool and practical gift as well as being gorgeous to look at! (& holy moly you are SOOOOO rockin' the leafy goodness right now!!!) ♥♥♥

Tracy said...

Oh it's just wonderful! I love how it turned out and I'm so glad you posted it AND entered it in the challenge. Thanks for the link Linda and most of all thank you so much for playing along at The Kraft Journal!

Beth Moore said...

This is just GORGEOUS!!! Thanks so much for playing along with us at The Kraft Journal!

Kim Duran said...

Amazing! I love how this turned out and am so happy you used Tracy's awesome tutorial! Thanks for sharing this with us at the Kraft Journal!

june lanum said...

love this do you have a patter?

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