Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Mothermark's Teapot Tuesday #61

Yes, you heard me right. It was Miss Scarlet (see the red wallpaper, red decor and of course red chrries), in the Kitchen (her famous homemade Scarlet cherry pie is cooling in the kitchen window), with a rope (she is sly using the rope that is disguised and home decor Oh and I know you're wondering how she could be strong enough, well she has been secretly working out on her Bowflex, Uh huh).

What am I talking about? Mothermark's Teapot Tuesday Teapaparty of course. This week we are solving a murder mystery CLUE style. Follow me: (Scroll down to post 87 for current details)


I am excited to be using RAK from one of my BEST friends on SCS KRIS (krischir). She sent me this top note that I made to look like a kitchen window with shutters. Thank you KRIS. HUG.

WHAT I DID: I folded the side points of the top note shape to the center. This makes the shutters of my window. I cut out a rectangle of white for the window area. And paper toled the pie. Then added pierced dots for the steam. On the pie, I stamped it once on the white window , then four more times on white textured CS. I colored each then cut out one whole and adhered that to the window white with dimensionals, then I cut out another whole pie and adhered with two way glue to the pie on the window. I sponged distress ink on the blue pie plate area. Next I cut out the top of the pie and sponged it and adhered. Then I cut out only the cherries, no leaves or stems) and lightly distressed and adhered. I cut out leaves only and adhered to the white window. I then put dimensional glaze on the cherries, leaves, pie holes and pie plate. I love how it turned out.

I distressed the DP then pierced holes and handstitched with red floss. For the rope, I put eyelets in all four corners then adhered the hemp to the back after threading through.

I pierced holes in between the slits on the top note die cut and hand stitched in red. Then I adhered the top note die center to the card leaving the sides to fold toward the front for shutters. I used dimensionals to adhere the white window.

Thank you for visiting.


Stamps: Cherry Pie Clear Inch Stamp (Clear Dollar Stamps)
Paper: Neenah Solar White, White (DCWV), Junebug (Basic Grey form Clear Dollar Stamps), Brown #1 (DCWV)
Ink: Stazon Jet Black, Bic Mark-It Markers, Bashful Blue (Stampin Up), Tim Holtz Distress Ink Vintage Photo
Accessories: Small corner punch, Paper Piercer, Piercing Mat, Dimensional Glaze (Inkessentials), 3/16" hole punch, Flower Eyelets and Eyelet Setter (Eyelets etc.), Floss, Needle, Sponge, Tim Holtz Blending Tool, Hemp (from Clear Dollar Stamps)


Gingerbread Gal said...

Wow Lisa! You are doing some great DT work! I have a fun little blogger award for you. Visit my blog to pick it up. Hope you are doing well!
:) Rachel

Dawn B. said...

Oh my gosh this is cute Lisa. I love what you did with your RAK. I have used all of mine. This image is perfect. It being the beginning of fall makes me want some apple pie. Watch your mail. I have a little surprise for you...Hugs.

Scrubbybubbles(sue) said...

Wow...this is beautiful lisa! I love everything about it!

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