Monday, May 24, 2010

Make It Monday - Tea Light Card

I hope everyone had a great weekend. We went camping this weekend and while it didn't snow, like last year, it was raining and windy and cold. Ahhhh..... the joys of the May Long weekend. I vote to change the May Long Weekend to the last weekend in May cause the weather is always nice then. Who is with me? But all in all we had lots of fun.

Today's card / tea light is something I saw while Blog Hopping. The original, while absolutely beautiful, was in metric, not in English, and held 4 tea lights. So little ole me, sat down with my 3 tea lights and a ruler and figured out the measurements to make a 3 tea light card. And yes, it's metric and in English (hee hee) Although I might had been able to put together something in not so understandable French (it's been a while since I used it) lol. The original came from Anneth @ ScrapGalen.

Scroll to the bottom of this post where I posted a tutorial on how to make this project. This is my first attempt at making a tutorial this complicated so let me know if there is any problems with it.

Stamps: Bouquet Bunch, Teeny Tiny Wishes
Paper: Whisper White, Pale Plum, Rich Razzleberry, Medium Window Sheets, Cottage Wall DSP
Ink: Basic Black, Pale Plum marker, Rich Razzleberry marker, Old Olive marker
Accessories: Rich Razzleberry Polka Dot Ribbon, Latte Designer Buttons, Playground Designer Buttons, Big Shot, Beautiful Wings Embosslit, 1 1/4" Circle Punch, Word Window Punch, Modern Label Punch, Ticket Corner Punch, Snail Adhesive, Mini Glue Dots, Tombow Adhesive, Stampin' Dimensionals, Sticky Strip, Dotto Repositionable Adhesive, 3 Tea Light (mine are Partylite)


Thank you so much for doing this!! It is a great tutorial and I think I will be making this soon. My stepdaughter's mother is turning 60 and this would be a great present. Thanks

Carey Rogers
aka Roscoe's mommy

This is a FANTASTIC project!! Thanks for converting the measurements and creating a tutorial. This project has so many uses . . . part of a hostess gift, part of a housewarming gift, etc.

this is lovely and I will be making one today!! Thankyou, you did and excellent tutorial

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