Friday, 31 August 2018

House Mouse Tea Twisted Easle


Back for a third time today with my House Mouse card.
This is one of my most used images. I think its so popular as it goes fro different occasions. I coloured it with spectrum noirs and die cut into ovals.
I used papers from The Works, matted on white. I added lace, ribbon and a bow along with a teacup charm. I finished with a stamping bella sentiment.



  1. What a beautiful twisted easel card. I love this image of them warming themselves on and near the tea pot. I do love my hot tea, also. This is beautifully colored and embellished with the lace and that great charm. Thank you for joining us at House Moue and Friends Monday Challenge. {Bunny} Designer for House Mouse and Friends

  2. Oh Natalie, your card is so pretty. Love the colors you chose, the lace trim, the card design, and of course the sweet image. Thanks for sharing it with us at the House Mouse and Friends Monday Challenge.


  3. Just wonderful Natalie, the colours and design are lovely and such a sweet image and super cute teapot charm !! Thanks so much for playing along with us at HMFMC !!

    hugs Diane xx

  4. Gorgeous card, so nice to see you at our challenge as your card is adorably cute, and also thank you for joining in our challenge theme of ADD A CHARM /Anything goes , current challenge and good luck in the draw. .
    {aNNie}Designer for House Mouse and Friends ♥ HOUSE MOUSE

  5. Super gorgeous design Natalie great take on the option theme Charmed..

    Thanks for sharing with us @ House Mouse & Friends chall.

    mousey hugs Christine xx


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