Happy Rainbow Teacup Stack

Hi! I’m happy to be here today with a happy rainbow teacup stackĀ  to share with you. šŸ™‚


I made this panel by heat embossing the STAMPlorations clear stamp Framed Tea Cups in white embossing powder.



Next I created the rainbow background panel using a variety of Brusho Crystal Color powders. I used the Brushos and spray starch technique that I learned from Kylie of Happy Little Stampers with a piece of watercolor paper.

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Then I used a CUTplorations Die from Crazy Double Running Stitch Rectangle Nesting Dies.


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I stamped the sentiment with the STAMPlorations Always Tea Time.


After that did some partial die cutting with the smallest of the stitched rectangle dies to make a sentiment panel.img_1759edited

I attached the large panel with the hole in it to a card base and added the tiny sentiment rectangle with adhesive. img_1762edited Then I added the smaller stamped and embossed Tea Cup stack panel to the card base.

img_1761editedI scooted the small panel up a bit from the original position to give room for the sentiment panel and also to achieve a more pleasing design.img_1761-copy

I hope that you have a beautiful day. Thanks for stopping by!

Grace and Peace,


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Edited Sun Sep 18:

I am incredibly pleased to share that…….


for this card by Maura!

Maura said, “Melissa made a stop me in my tracks gorgeous card!! I love how she embossed the teacups in white with the stitching around the layers, so the gorgeous rich colors stand out so beautifully! She shared how she created her background, and I definitely will be trying this out myself, and I bet you will too!”

Thank you very much, Maura! I really appreciate your kind words and encouragement. I’d be very happy to see what you create with this technique.