I'm gonna be quick tonight, I have class in the morning, and I am still setting up.
I showed this card the other day, and a lot of you have emailed me and asked if this was a real tea bag, and no it's not, so this is how I did it. Carrie Gaskin the super talented girl that I got the idea from filled her tea bag with little heart punches instead, but this was for a shoebox swap so I had to do it quicker.
Here we go…
I'm not sure how to sloooowww the credits down, I am still learning how to use the Window Live Movie Maker thing, but at least I can now add credits and words and stuff.
Well I'm gonna hit they hay to get up early and finish, my eyelids are getting heavy.
Have a super Saturday and thanks for stopping in.
Wendy Hawkinson says
Awwww! Thank you. ♥ I know what I will be making today when Evan naps-a tea bag!
Dee in N.H. says
How cute! Thanks for the great video! Have fun today!
Thanks for sharing Diana! This card is so cute!
Patsy Behrendt says
Very clear instructions! Thank you for sharing this.
Debbie West says
Sooo stinkin' cute and very clever! I thought it was a real tea bag! Love it when you do videos, too — thanks for sharing!
Claire V says
How cute it that teabag!!! Thank you SO much for showing us how to make one!! I can't wait to do it!
Patrice H says
Di You explain this so well, Thank you nice and easy, BTW your card was stunning!!!!!
Jennifer Reynard says
Wow, just love this idea. Soooo cute!!
Will have to order the stamp set (which was already on my wish list), and try the tea bag! Awesome idea, and thanks so much for your excellent presentation/tutorial! 🙂