When I got this stamp in the mail today from Rubbernecker Stamps, I knew this was a chance to try out my new Memento Markers. I just love the cheeriness of this stamp and I wanted to make the card look just as cheery. I will stamp a greeting on the white part above the teapot to fit whatever occasion I need when I decide to use one. I think a 'sending warm thoughts' stamp I have would fit, and just a hello, get well or thinking of you would work too. I know I will be using this stamp again, and I am in love with these Memento Markers, I don't know why I waited so long to get them! If anybody reading this has been debating these markers, go for it, you won't be sorry! Thanks for looking :)
Teapot stamp from Rubbernecker Stamps - see link above
Designer Paper is from K & Co., card stock is from Neenah and Papertrey Ink.
Memento markers I used were: new sprout, summer sky, dandelion, & angel pink
Nestabilities labels one
Sakura glitter and white pen
Glossy Accents on the bigger hearts
Ribbon from my ribbon stash - I knew I wanted to add ribbon to these cards but I didn't think there was room for a bow which made it look so plain, so I threaded the ribbon through some tabs and looped it back under the focal piece just to do something different. I really like the way it turned out and will most likely be doing this ribbon effect again.