Good morning! Here is a coffee card on a scallop circle card stock. This one is fairly quick, the only part that takes a little more time is cutting out the coffee cup sleeves. But even that doesn’t take much time as the edges are not complicated! Links to stamps are below!
Here we used the mini coffee cup and the small coffee beans to fill a 4×5.25” swatch of dull glossy paper (click on link to see the paper on website). This was a fun way to create a background but did take a little while coloring all the little images. Click on the links below to see the stamps on our website.
Happy Monday and first day of February! We have been experimenting with alcohol inks again. For this one we used a paper heart that we cut out and splattered alcohol ink over, creating this empty space that we stamped the phrase in. Then added the coffee cup with a pop up and the ribbon.
Hello! We have another card today. The inspiration for this one came from Pinterest and now I can’t find the card but it had diagonal lines across with tiny hearts at each intersection. When I saw it, I thought of this Solid Heart and how I could adapt it. Still want to work with other variations but like how this one turned out.
Good morning and happy Friday! Here we used the hollyhock to decorate the coffee cup. We cut the flower and leaf out with scissors. The coffee cup has cutting dies and link is below. Have a wonderful weekend!
Good morning! Do you ever get card stock that is just hard for you to work with? This color came in a pack and I’ve struggled with it for months now but I think it came together in this card! Is it working?! 😆
Coffee and friends card today. Stamped on dull gloss white paper and the scallop border looks distressed on this card but it is actually solid. This effect can be created by not pressing hard along the edges or if stamped on an uneven surface. Also I did not re-ink the stamp on the second and third time to create lighter images.