Friday, May 20, 2011

Momma T{ea} & Baby T{ea}

  
On May 21st, Waltzingmouse Stamps is turning two and they're celebrating with a Birthday Tea Party!  May 21st happens to be one of my favorite days because it's my twin sons and husband's birthday too!  {I know, it's crazy}  Inspired by all the birthdays, I decided to decorate my Birthday Tea Party entry baby-style.   
I used the WMS template to cut out a tea bag and sized it down to make my teeny baby-sized tea bag.  I went with traditional pink and blue, but chose more modern tones.  The doily stamps are great for layering.  I even used them to give my die cut buttons some color and texture.  This Momma and Baby set will be the perfect gift card holder for a relative who is expecting later this year (how appropriate that their last name starts with a "T")!    

Birthday cheers to WMS, we're celebrating with you!  
{aloha, jj}  

Stamps: Say It Loud (Waltzingmouse Stamps), Dainty Doilies (Waltzingmouse Stamps), Background Basics:Text Style (Papertrey Ink) 
Ink: ColorBox Razzberry, Ala Mode Aqua
Paper: White cardstock (Papertrey Ink), Raspberry Fizz cardstock (Papertrey Ink), Coasters (Papertrey Ink)
Other: Buttoned Up #1 & #2 (Papertrey Ink), Labels 14 (Nestabilities), Big Scalloped Circles Large (Nestabilities), Polka Dot embossing folder (Cuttlebug), Pink Sorbet bakers twine (The Twinery), white embossing powder, foam dots, jewels

4 comments:

  1. That is crazy - lol!! But the more, the merrier - right?! Have a wonderful day of celebration tomorrow. LOVE the colors and the Dainty Doilies image! Who can resist the baby tea?! Great job!

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  2. SQUEAL!!!! a baby baggie!!!!!!!! so cool!! and your colours and design are so fresh! thank you so much for joining our tea party and Good luck in the draw! and happy birthdays to all at your house!

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  3. This is so sweet, a wonderful idea! Love the beautiful baby pink and blue too! Good luck!

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  4. Super cute! This is the first baby baggie I've seen. Love your colors and patterns, the baker's twine, and the way you used the Nesties!

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