Chip And Mrs Potts Cups and Kettle Framelits Card

by Joanne James28. January 2016 08:05

Today it's time for a new challenge over at Create With Connie and Mary and this week we have a great sketch for you:

 

Now as my regular readers know I love a good sketch but it wasn't actually the sketch that inspired my card today; I was working on a couple of projects at the same time and had my Cups and Kettle Framelits Dies still out on my desk from my Paper Players card (if you missed it you can see that card here) and the minute I set eyes on that little cup (or it might even be a milk jug, I'm not sure) I just knew it would be perfect to make Chip, the little cup from Disney's movie 'The Beauty and The Beast' - you know the little guy I mean?

Image result for mrs potts and chip (Copyright Disney)

Paired with a customised teapot for Mrs Potts, Chip's Mum, this sketch gave me the perfect layout to showcase my fun characters - here's my finished card:

Now I know I'm biased since I made the card, but aren't that pair just the cutest?! So how did I make them? Here are the key component parts you need:

  • Basic teapot and cup cut from Shimmery White cardstock (I reversed my cup for the above card as I wanted the characters to be looking at each other)
  • Cupbase and teapot base made from the base of the other cup framelit cut from Wisteria Wonder
  • Cut an extra teapot and cup in Daffodil Delight and trim off the handles and some strips to edge the bases
  • Cut three of the looped framelit pieces, one each in Daffodil Delight, Tempting Turquoise and Pink Pirouette. Detach and use one whole yellow loop to line the cup. Snip the blue and pink ones in half across the middle and glue them in alternating colours to the Wisteria Wonder base.
  • Cut a teapot lid out of Wisteria Wonder and add a Pink Pirouette candy dot to the lid top. 
  • Cut two pieces of the wave shapes, one each from Daffodil Delight and Wisteria Wonder. Paper-piece them together and adhere to the teapot edge to create the frill.
  • Punch some eyes using the circle from the owl builder punch, adding eyelids and eye lashes to Mrs Potts and cut the eyebrows and mouths freehand with paper snips. 
  • Lastly, don't forget to snip to add Chip's chip!

I stamped a faint heart on the background, added a strip of 'Have a Cuppa' designer series paper and a heart boarder, along with my sentiment, to complete my card. Punch art-type cards like this are sometimes time-consuming to create, but so worth it I think for a special card!

Do visit the other Design Team members to see how they interpreted this week's sketch; there's lots of inspiration over on their blogs too!

Enjoy your day and I'll be back tomorrow with another project; until then, happy stampin'!

 

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Comments (12) -

Mary Brown
Mary BrownUnited States
28/01/2016 12:10:42 #

This is BEYOND ADORABLE Joanne!

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Connie Babbert
Connie BabbertUnited States
28/01/2016 12:25:38 #

I couldn't BELIEVE how clever this card is!  My grand-daughter received a wonderful little play teapot for Christmas...I can't wait to make this for her for a Valentine card!  LOVE it!

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Jenny Engelke
Jenny EngelkeUnited States
28/01/2016 13:57:34 #

Joannne, you simply amaze me!  You are a genius!  This is probably one of the most creative cards I have seen recently!  The theme is so fun and it's evident you put a lot of time into this one!  AWESOME!!!!

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Kelly Kent
Kelly KentAustralia
29/01/2016 10:10:33 #

Amazing punch art!!! So clever!!! Kelly x

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Lisa Young
Lisa YoungUnited States
29/01/2016 14:00:33 #

i'm speechless! I love Beauty and the Beast and Chip is a favorite so I am all about this card! Outstanding is all I have to say!

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sandy
sandyUnited States
29/01/2016 18:48:13 #

Joanne, I was just this morning working on making Mrs. Potts but hadn't got it finished, now I think I will just toss mine and case yours!!!!   Lovely!

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Donna Kish
Donna KishUnited States
29/01/2016 21:25:27 #

Oh my goodness, look how CLEVER you are!  This is just so adorable I can't stop looking at it!

Thank you so much for sharing this creativity!  Amazing!

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Chris Slogar
Chris SlogarUnited States
01/02/2016 13:42:38 #

What a fabulous work of punch art!!  Wow!  This is really going to make someone smile, as I am sure it has for all of us online viewers!  

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Lisa Martz
Lisa MartzUnited States
01/02/2016 23:46:16 #

OH MY GOODNESS!!  I love this!  One of my daughter's absolutely loved Mrs. Potts and Chip!  I might have to try my luck at this punch art and create a card for her!  Really adorable!

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Krista Thomas
Krista ThomasUnited States
04/02/2016 20:13:19 #

I love your creativity and am trying to make it, but I can't figure out the base for Mrs. Potts and Chip.  It says you used the base of the tea cup, but I'm having trouble figuring it out.  Could you possibly post a little more info or picture on that?
Thank you so much!

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Emilie Poncelet
Emilie PonceletCanada
14/02/2016 17:21:47 #

Love it !! So Cute !!

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Barbara K
Barbara KUnited States
20/03/2016 18:47:19 #

What a cute & creative card!

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