Tea Shoppe, Something Borrowed

Do you remember using brads way back in the day? I am pretty sure that I had them in every color you could imagine, especially  bright, primary colors to go with all of the photos that I was putting in my scrapbooks. Well, when I cleaned my craft room a couple of years ago, I donated them with all kinds of other craft supplies that I no longer used. I really did enjoy them but Stampin’ Up!’s Candy Dots are just so much more convenient and coordinate with my supplies now. I really love that!

Retro Rubber has a very fun challenge for you – get those brads out and use them again! Even after donating my old non-SU brads, I still couldn’t get rid of my SU Copper Hodgepodge Hardware. They have a wonderful antique feel to them and although I don’t use them, I just couldn’t quite let them go. I am sure you have supplies like that yourself!

I really loved this stamp set and still remember the first time I saw it. Wow! I just HAD to have it. I love all things that are coffee and tea related and drink hot drinks all year long. This stamp set always needed a DSP that had a vintage look so I brought out the Something Borrowed DSP from the Occasions catalog and think they go together perfectly.

IT’S ALL IN THE DETAILS

  • Stamp Sets: Tea Shoppe
  • Paper: Something Borrowed DSP, Cajun Craze, Sahara Sand, Whisper White
  • Ink: Cajun Craze, Sahara Sand
  • SU Tools: Scallop Oval Punch, Modern Label Punch, Dotted Scallop Ribbon Border Punch
  • Finishing Touch: Sahara Sand 7/8″ Lace Trim, Aged Copper Hodgepodge Hardware

I hope you’ll stop by and check out the rest of the Design Team inspiration over at Retro Rubber Challenge Blog.  We would love for you to join us before the challenge closes on Friday, April 24th.

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Happy Stampin’!

Debbie