Reneabouquets Tea Amidst the Roses Card

Reneabouquets Tea Amidst the Roses Card Lemoncraft Delicious by Kathy Clement Photo 01

Reneabouquets Tea Amidst the Roses Card

Hello, Friends!  Let’s start the week off with a bit of Tea Amidst the Roses Card.  Since I had the scraps from last week’s Throwback Thursday post out on my desk, I decided to go ahead and make another card with my Reneabouquets goodies and Lemoncraft Delicious collection.  This morning we’re sipping on a cup of Irish Breakfast Tea in a glorious garden filled with fragrant gardenia blossoms and creamy yellow roses.  Pull up a seat and enjoy the moment with me.

Taste and See

At the beginning of 2021, these lovely words from Psalm 34:8 began to “sing” in my heart: “Taste and see that the Lord is good.”  I have been praying them almost daily, so you can imagine my delight when I found this stamp in my stash!  It was the perfect sentiment for this 6″ x 6″ card.

Putting this card together is pretty simple:

  • First, cut a piece of Ivory Wide Floral Lace in half and stitch it onto  a 6×6 square of the Lemoncraft Delicious collection.
  • Next, heat emboss a Reneabouquets Rose Heart Locket Frame with Versamark embossing ink and Stampendous Shabby White Embossing Enamel.
  • Now cut a 6×6 panel of the tea image to fit behind the frame.
  • Then stamp the sentiment on a scrap of cream paper using Jet Black Archival Ink.
  • Next, smoosh Peeled Paint Distress Ink on a non-stick craft sheet, spritz with a bit of water and dip the sentiment into the beads of ink.  Trim out the sentiment and tuck inside the frame.
  • Now adhere the frame in the center of the gingham panel.  Adhere the Reneabouquets Printed Beautiful Board image to the left and a flower cluster in the lower right corner.
  • Fussy cut floral clusters from the paper collection and adhere as seen.
  • Finally, add seam binding bows.

A Peek Inside

Die cut a teacup pocket and tag to decorate the inside of the card.  Then add a pocket on the bottom where you can tuck in a little note card/gift card wallet and a tea bag.  Decorate the pocket with some fussy cut elements from the paper collection.

Stamp a sentiment on the little tag and tuck it inside the teacup.  I am so glad I found this set while cleaning out my closet the other day!  Look what happens when you clean!

You’ll find a linked supply list below this post.

I hope this lovely bit of Scripture will enrich your lives as it has mine this year.  Day by day, I find myself “tasting and seeing” the goodness of God in my life.  It’s a wonderful exercise in gratitude and positive expectation.  I think it has kept my heart full of joy.  May it do the same for you, my friends!

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Thank you so much for stopping by to share a cuppa with me this morning!





14 thoughts on “Reneabouquets Tea Amidst the Roses Card

  1. Helen Budz

    Delightful card, Kathy. Especially like the Psalm quote…it’s one of my favorites. Also: enjoyed how you incorporate “scraps” into another card. I think there are some tea papers and such in my craft stash reminding me not to forget them. fsc-stay well. Hugs. Off to get my cuppa…

  2. lynn legge

    kathy i just love this card… beautiful
    tea is my favorite always make the perfect cards….and all the trimmings, just like little gifts
    sending hugs

  3. Martie Rollin

    I love pairing real lace and/or crocheted doilies with a tea theme…always works to make a great combination. LOVE this teacup die set…I can face the handle on either side.!! I passed on the stamp set, but this card, and your heartwarming narrative, may cause me to change my mind. I have a very dear friend who, like you, lives her life with a very deep faith. Thanks to your example of a few months ago, I purchased this lovely paper collection. I so appreciate all your direct links to products used!! WE are getting some much needed rain today…cleans the air and the plants are loving every drop. Stay healthy!

  4. Susan Steele

    Oh my, my, my …just luv this adorable sweet little Tea card too!!! I should of guessed there might be another sweet little card from that Renebouquets set! I definitely have those cuties in my cart! Just luv all your green details in this card! And those stamps …perfect timing …he knows what we need before we ask! I just adore those tea and coffee die cuts and stamps! Thanks again for another awesome Kathy creation! Have a great week! Hugs, Suzy Q
    P. S. So glad you got to get away …and with your very own chauffeur! Lol

  5. Claire Gagne

    This card is just simply beautiful Kathy. Love everything about it. Be safe & TYFS

  6. Cheryl Wells

    Beautiful card, makes me think of “the good old days” – especially on top of the crochet doily – very refreshing colors, Kathy!! Love it!!

  7. Isabel Gonzalez

    This is such a stunning yet cozy looking card, Kathy! I love how you combined everything together and that sweet verse from the bible was the perfect touch!

    Hugs, blessings and much love to you, my dear, sweet friend!!!

  8. soozyb2013

    I’ll bet your tea cupboard looks like mine. All kinds of teas, caffeine free and herbals or if you are sleepy caffeinated as well. That is what is in mine. Enjoyed this creation Kathy. Really really pretty. Enjoy your day. It’s Victoria Day here in Canada so the streets are quiet for a Monday.

  9. Terry Law

    Just beautiful Kathy! I love everything about this card! The colours seem just such a lovely combination. What a talent you have! You really are a blessing!

  10. Renea Harrison

    This card is just precious and so beautiful! I love the tea theme, the tie in with your faith. How wonderful was it to find that stamp at just the right time??!! God is Good!! Thank you Kathy for your inspiration and your beautiful heart.

  11. Gena Krannig

    Oh Kathy, I love everything about this beautiful card! From the heart frame and that sweet girl drinking tea, to the teacup pocket holding that pretty tag! That green gingham background is so perfect for this card. And of course your ribbons and flowers are the icing on the cake. I seriously can’t get enough of this paper collection. The fact that you love that scripture and then found the stamp is no coincidence! Thank you for sharing! Hugs!

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