Wednesday, January 26, 2011

~VINTAGE SEWING CARDS and Yummy Tea, too!~

~ALTERED ART SEWING CARDS~
(includes a packet of Yummy Tea, too!)

Over the last few days I've been working non-stop in my studio focusing on several larger orders as well as putting the final touches on some of the latest Altered Art Greeting Cards for my Shoppe.  I'm sooo excited to show you our brand new Sewing and Tea themed designs!  Look for them later today on my A Gathering Place website.
 ~MATCHING TEA PACKET INSIDE~

Each of the four Cards available in our new Sewing Line were fashioned using only vintage graphics!  Tucked inside every single Card you'll find a packet of scrumptious Gourmet Tea in one of our matching Tea Bag Covers...

A sweet little Card and a charming gift all in one!
 ~TEA BAG COVERS~
(Sold Separately, too!)

The Tea Bag Covers will also be offered up separately for all you DO-IT-YOURSELF-ERS!  They are very easy to assemble and look charming when placed in cello bags and tied up with soft ribbon!
(We can even assemble them for you if you'd like!)

Yummo!
 ~BACK of TEA COVER~

"While there's Tea, there's hope!"
(Sir Arthur W. Pinero)
~Back Fold-Over~

Envelope style Covers come with a tiny fold-over flap.  The sentiment simply says:
"Taste and See"
 Want to see more?  Click HERE!
 And Here!
~FOUR SWEET DESIGNS~
(and Here!)

Thank you for stopping by today!  I'm back in the studio working on even more pretties that I hope will both bless and inspire!

Hope you are having an awesome day!

LIFE IS GOOD!  IT IS!

Love to you...

20 comments:

Suzann said...

"Sew" pretty :)
Suzann xoxoxoxo

Theresa said...

I don't know how you do it, Rebecca! You continue to make more and more beautiful, unique pretties in your studio! I love the image and the idea of a "tea cover"! Great job my friend! BIG HUGS!

Deanna said...

What a nice touch!!!!

Marilou of Lulu's Lovlies said...

Just beautiful Rebecca, love the look! Have a fun filled creative week! Hugs Marilou

Vintage Gal said...

Rebecca ~ your talent amazes me ~ God has truly blessed you ~ absolutely lovely ;-)

Marilyn said...

Oh, sew sweet!! ♥♫

NanaDiana said...

Rebecca...just when I think it can't get any more beautiful I come here and find that you have outdone yourself again. Gorgeous! Hugs- Diana

Rita said...

Rebecca, I went over and looked at your studio! It is scrumptious! I love it. What a beatuiful place to work every day. I especially loved the journal on there! I'd love to have one for my niece. She writes in her journal all the time. You do such beautiful work! Hugs for you!

Martha's Favorites said...

Hi Rebecca: I am always overwhelmed by your blog. It is so beautiful. Like the owner I must add. I am going to take a look at your site. I hope you are doing well. I sure do love you, Martha

Mariette said...

Dearest Rebecca,

That are lovely cards and tea bag covers! So romantic with the rose garland around...

Lots of love,

Mariette

Barbara Jean said...

Always so lovely here when I visit.
Just love the softness of your work

hugs and blessings

barbara jean

Jazzie Casas said...

Lovin this! A while back I was looking for a birthday card for a friend's son. I had zero luck finding what I was looking for. I told a group of friends about this problem one night while we were having a few drinks. We proceeded to get smashed and make up a bunch of greeting cards we found funny. I had been writing down the cards we made up and the next morning I read them. Much to my surprise the cards were still funny even when sober.

C'est Moi, Julie Marie said...

Those are so gorgeous Rebecca... and I love the saying about tea!... I also loved the peek inside your cottage bedroom, everything looks so pretty and serene... xoxo Julie Marie

Carol @ The Roseberry Cottage said...

Gorgeous!!

Hugs,
Carol

~Sheri~ said...

love them....they would b a darling gift.....with a vintage tea cup. The graphics are the sweetest!

Carol said...

Oh these cards & teabag covers are just the sweetest. As a matter of fact my Minnesota relatives just loved the Christmas cards I purchased through your shoppe. My Aunt Eva who is pushing 89 wrote me a little "thankyou note" saying she thought the sachet inside the tea bag cover was so sweet. But, realize Aunt Eva isn't playing with a full deck!!

Blessings
Carol from
Good 'OL Texas

Ldy ~~ Dy said...

Hello Rebecca,
What beautiful ideas you come up with! These would make such lovely gifts to friends and family. I plan to stop by your shoppe and take a look! Have a Blessed day!!

Anonymous said...

Loved the tea covers!! What pretty images you have used! You always amaze me with your new ideas!
Have you thought of making an assortment of note cards using the pretty images? We don't drink tea much down here in this part of the south, but I always like to write letters on beautiful note cards!!
Have a good weekend...Hugs, Francy

Sue @ Not the Good Scissors! said...

Sew, sew sweet. Vintage sewing images are my favorite. They remind me so much of sitting with my great grandma while she taught me how to sew. The title of my blog is a nod to her. I was blessed to have Nanny as long as I did.
Hugs, Sue

June said...

Hello my beautiful little friend! I'm so sorry about my lack of keeping up with you and all the beauty you've been creating ALL over the place. Starting with these new greeting cards. They are gorgeous!
I loved going and seeing your amazing new bath...and then your serene bedroom. I know what you mean about space challenged, my whole house is, but I love it. I just spent a girls night out with some friends at one of the girls homes. She has the most amazing house (6300 sq. ft.) She has done a great job making it homey, but I think she is a slave to it as far as keeping up with the work of it. At my age the only thing I want to be a slave to is the garden.lol!
misbehavin' Miss Molly brought me the biggest smile today.
Love you...

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