Saturday, May 26, 2012

Dynamic Duos #4

Wow!  Can you believe it's Week 4 at Dynamic Duos already?  

We have a Monochromatic Colour Duo for you today (same colours in different hues, light/dark).


DD #4 - Monochromatic
  Eastern Tea Cup

I was cutting out a few Tea Cup Easel Card Kits a couple of weeks ago and decided to cut an extra one in the Dynamic Duo Colours and use a very old, but much loved stamp set, Eastern Influences. I just love the image of the birds and couldn't part with the set when it retired a while back.


Colour Duo #4 -


I've decided to CELEBRATE this week because I have reached a couple of milestones.  This is my 400th post and I have just tipped over 300 followers on my blog!  By way of saying thank you to those that stop by, I'm offering one of my tutorials for free!

All you have to do is leave me a comment here on my blog, which will need to include your contact details and which tutorial you would like to win - 
  • Larger Butterfly Easel Card,
  • Vintage Valentine Chocolate Holders, or
  • Tea Cup Easel Card.
Extra 'credit' given to those who enter the challenge over at Dynamic Duos!


 


Don't forget to check out all the beautiful cards that the Dynamos have come up with for DD  Challenge #4 -


Happy crafting!



22 comments:

Christine Blain said...

Beautiful, as always, Bron; just gorgeous in the blues.

Sam said...

I have just loved checking out your teacup easel cards Bronwyn, and this one is no exception! It is so very elegant in the blue duo.

Best wishes :-)

Susie said...

I would love to win your tea cup easel card tutorial. Love your sample for this week's Dynamic Duo.

Sheila H said...

Your teacup easel card is gorgeous! I would love to learn how to make it. I collect teapots, and having tea parties is my favorite way to entertain my girl friends. Making a card like this would be a delight!

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Jo said...

Oooh, this is pretty Bron. It reminds me of that china pattern, whose name escapes me at the moment that was SO popular years ago. (I want to say Wedgewood but I'm sure it had another 'special' name)

Kim S said...

Congrats on all your milestones - this is a very worthy card to celebrate! I have always loved your butterfly cards (and would want that tutorial) but a dimensional teacup is a perfect idea!

Anni said...

What a great tea cup easel card! Fantastic! And the pearls you added give the finishing touch!
Anni

Tracey McNeely said...

WOW what an amazing card, I love the shabby vintage feel of it.

Nikki Spencer said...

Vintage china came to my mind too Bron, absolutely beautiful, so dainty & pretty! A beautiful stamp choice too!

Lesley said...

Amazing work Bron! Love the birds too. Would love a chance to win your tutorial! This is such an pretty card!

Lisa said...

Well cheers to you on those milestones Bronwyn! And what a way to toast it with this pretty tea cup creation!

H2 :) said...

Congratulations on your blogging milestones Bron! :) Your beautiful blue teacup is a perfect way to celebrate. The images you have chosen are perfect - as to what Jo suggested, was the pattern called Willowtree? Gorgeous card. :)

Micheline Lueken said...

Your tea cup easel card is so beautiful - as is your larger butterfly easel card. However it is the tea cup tutorial I'd like to win. Keep up the beautiful work.

Laraine R said...

Congrats on the milestones! Love the teacup easel card! Your butterfly easel cards are my favorite! Thanks for the chance to win! Info is spinners at myclearwave dot net

Barb in Ontario said...

Congratulations on both milestones!
Love receiving your blog! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

Anonymous said...

congrats on your milestone! You are very talented so not surprised! I'd love the butterfly tutorial! My email is kjacobson@charter.net

Thanks, Kathy

Helen said...

Congratulations on both your milestones, great achievement! Your little teacups are gorgeous, so dainty with their designs. Helen C

Cherie said...

Wow! This is just so beautiful! I love the two-toned blue! TFS!

Karen Aicken said...

Wow - I haven't seen a tea cup card like this before. It's just LOVELY!
Cheers, Karen

Anne Marie Hile said...

Oh my goodness, Bronwyn! This is so gorgeous and elegant. I love the 3-D effect and the way the cup sits on a doily. You are the queen of details! Love it! :)

Marybeth said...

Oh my goodness this is such a pretty tea cup! I love the pearls you added to this beauty. TFS

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