Monday, August 2, 2010

CAS Polka Dots


Today’s CAS challenge at SCS was to use polka dots!  FUN!  I combined it with the Fall to Layout #101:


and used some papers I have had in my stash for a while, along with the little Tiny Teacup single stamp from SU:


The card base is Confetti Cream and the teacup and sentiment from PTI were stamped on VV with Baja Breeze.  This will be for a sweet little Scottish lady who attends our church; her birthday is this week, and she LOVES her tea!!!  TFL today!  Be sure to come back tomorrow for the CQC!

  • Stamps:  Tiny Teacup, Vintage Picnic Sentiments, PTI
  • Paper:  Confetti Cream, VV, Baja Breeze, Misc DP
  • Ink:  Baja Breeze
  • Acc:  Circle Punch, Scallop Circle Punch, Dimensionals, Square punch (to punch end of banner)


  1. I love the classic blue and white colour scheme and the card is perfect for a lady who loves her tea!

  2. Very pretty...those colors are so sirene.

  3. Love it LeAnne...the colours are so pretty! You tea drinking friend will adore it I am sure!
    Lesley :)

  4. Oooh, I like the Baja and cream together! Cute card!

  5. Oh this is so pretty and sweet - I love the calming color! Great job with the FTL sketch too!

  6. Totally sweet, I love all those polkadots!

  7. Hi LeAnne! Beautiful the blues! :)

    Sweet dreams!

  8. So sweet! Love that tea cup stamp and that soft blue color! :)

  9. This is sweet. I drink tea everyday. I use a teapot I got in England and a teacup from my grocery store china. I have been seeing more tea pot and cup stamps. I will have to add one to my stash.
    I love the the whole card.

  10. Very cute the blue!

  11. This is so delightful LeAnne! I just love polka dots and you've used them here perfectly! :D

  12. oh love this card. Great job with this sketch.

  13. This is beautiful. That blue is so soft and the polka dot tea cup is cute, cute, cute!


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