Well it’s the 4th and I still have SOOOOOO many ideas and projects left to share.

Today we have Pam Imholz with a super project for you!!


Here is what Pam has to say:

Nothing is more soothing than a cup of tea – whether it’s a it hot cup on a cold winter day or iced and crisp on a hot summer day. You’ve got to see the new Tea Time ideas from My Time Made Easy this month. You will be over the moon and ready for Tea Time after you see these new coordinated items.

Go ahead and check out what Pam  has done!

Don’t forget that Catherine Doucette is back with us sharing some samples too!

I have a few things to share too! Shockingly no template, I thought I’d go the card route instead. (Don’t worry lot’s more template ideas to come!)

Since I began My Time Made Easy ™ LLCback in December MANY of you have since taken the plunge to try your hand at new things!! Things you’ve never tried before 😀 I cannot tell you how good it feels to know that many of you have tried your hand at something new using my products!!

One thing that may have you intimidated is the Pretty Impressions Digital version of our stamps. Now I totally get it! I’m generally note a HUGE digital stamp person, but the last year I have grown to appreciate the possibilities they can offer. That being said I’ve begun to offer select sets in a digital version. Over the last year or so I’ve started to use them more and more, and even enjoy it. I recall when I first tried acrylic stamps. I HATED them, now that is ALL I will use! I love and prefer them. When storage space and money are a factor the digital stamps can be a great option too 😀

One of my customers: Terri Moore alerted me to something she put together using MTME! She created a step by step video tutorial on using the A Spot of Tea Digital set!! She did an amazing job! THANK YOU TERRI!!

You can view her VIDEO TUTORIAL HERE!

Each of our digital images come with step by step photo instructions. You can try one of our digi’s FREE—>HERE!

Today I created 3 different cards using the A Spot of Tea Digital set, and combined it with the Digital version of the Just For You set!


I also used the Tea Parlor papers in Plum/ Silent Night, Nomad’s Warm Apple Cider , and the Darling Dots collection.

First up You & Me for tea


If there is ONE thing I love it is combining stamps sets! I love having the ability to mix and match all my images, and sentiments with other sets in my collection. Now when I design I keep these possibilities in mind. This novelty is further expanded when you use any of our Pretty Impressions Digital version of the sets!


I enlarged the tea pot from the Just For You , and digitally added the butterfly (from the same set) along with the rose flourish-which I was able to MIRROR in the program! How cool!!

The tea pot is on some layered I made using the Killer Curves: Fancy Framescut file. I stamped one of the corner adorner’s from the Killer Curves: Fancy Frames stamp set.


The tea cups were mirrored too 😀 As you can see one goes in the original direction, and the other points the opposite way. I used my photo software to color in my images too! While I love to color with my Copic’s, I find this is a GREAT option to have, especially if you are going to mass produce something like invitations 😀

Please Join Us for Tea


Like this 😀

OK you could certainly make it much more simple…but I love this one!! I also used the Vintage Plaid collection

My sentiment is from the actual A Spot of Tea STAMP set, but the rest was all digital 😀 Or hybrid as most like to call it.


Also note on my tea cup, I arranged the rose bus images to my liking 😀 Something not so easily done with stamps.

I love purple and yellow! I know many of you out there aren’t purple fans…but you can use whatever Tea Parlor collection you like in your favorite  colors to recreate your own version.

Now for my favorite one!


No yellow, bit I think this is so sweet and dainty 😀

In this one I combined my images together (the same completed tea pot, and my plain tea cup). My sentiment also stamped.

When I designed the A Spot of Tea set, I didn’t NEED to design a tea pot because I knew I already had an “adjustable” one is the Just For You digital set. Its cool to have BOTH the acrylic and digital version. I like being able to touch and feel my stamps, but SOMETIMES (like in this case) I have an image that I wish were adjustable!


Now you don’t have to digitally color it. You can print it, like a coloring book page 😀 and handcolor it. No one would ever know it was digital! You can then make it as BIG or as small as you want. Add other images to it…..flip it…..whatever you want!

As you can see (and I feel like a broken record saying this but it is true) the possibilities are ENDLESS!

I think that should be my moto! LOL!!!


Pretty Impressions © Stamps- A Spot of  Tea acrylic & digital, Killer Curves: Fanciful Frames, Just for You

Pretty Printables Digital Paper: Tea Parlor Collection, Vintage Plaid, Darling Dots

Cardstock by Couture Cardstock

 flower by Prima, Ribbon by May Arts, Buttons by Foo Fa La

Thank you for stopping by today. I hope the projects whet your creative pallet!

I’ll be back with even more tomorrow 😀