Hi Everyone! Luci here from My Crazy Craft Life with a card from the January 2019 Flavor of the Month Card Kit! This was a fun coffee-themed kit and I love this Newton’s Donut stamp that was part of Collection Two and the papers and ephemera were SFL Coffee Time from Collection One.
This is an A2 sized or 4 1/4 X 5 1/2 inches. I cut a back panel to 4 X 5 1/4 inches, a strip that was 1/2 X 5 1/4 inches, and oval from a Spellbinders nesting set.
I stamped the Newton image with Momento Oynx Black Ink and colored it with Copic markers. I layered the card together and picked a few of the ephemera pieces. I popped up the oval with some fun foam and I popped up the two coffee mugs with for foam tape. I finished off the card with a few sequins from Collection One.
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Hi crafty peeps! Crystal here with an adorable card using Unicorn Marci that I’m sharing for the 2019 Spring / Summer Coffee Lovers Blog Hop.
I blended the background with distress oxide inks and had a lot of fun watercoloring Unicorn Marci and the coffee cup. I popped up the fussy cut images on my stenciled background that I had die cut with a wonky stitch die and adhered to a white card base. I then stamped the sentiment… a combination of the sentiment with the Unicorn Marci stamp set and a masked sentiment from the Mini Marci with Coffee stamp set. Love how it turned out! You can check out my blog for more details. Happy Hopping!
LeeAnn has some Coffee fun using Pink and Main’s “Mer-Mazing” Stamp Set and sentiment panel from Echo Park “Coffee” paper pack. Colored with Alcohol Markers, with the background using Coffee and Mocha to appear like spilled coffee. Have an AWESOME day.
Teresa is sharing a very simple card using the Coffee and Friends paper pad that is available in the shop.
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Hello there! Crystal here with a bonus post today! I just had to revisit theJanuary 2019 Flavor of the Month card kitto make a couple more coffee themed cards for my stash. I’m not sure if I admitted this yet, but I believe that Brew It, Anya just may be my favorite stamp in this kit… very closely followed by the sweet Melting Snowman stamp set in the Banana Split subscription. But for today’s post, I have created two cards using Brew It, Anya… both using the same sketch.
Since I was using my favorite stamp from the kit, I thought it only natural to use my favorite paper… Coffee Time by Scrapping for Lessfrom Collection One. I can’t get enough of this paper and I was excited to find that it’s available in the store right here —> A La Carte. I cut the necessary pieces for my cards and adhered them to white card bases from my stash.
I then searched through my leftover pieces of card stock from the kit to stamp Anya onto. I chose Whip Cream and Sno Cone card stock. I die cut her out using a scalloped circle die and then die cut the image again with a circle die (cutting out the center of the circle that I popped up on the cards). I stamped Anya again (twice) on Neenah 110# Classic Crest Smooth Solar White card stock included in the kit. For my first card, I kept Anya neutral to coordinate with the colors in the papers.
I colored my first Anya card with the following Copic markers:
Skin ~ E000, E00, R20
Hair ~ E41, E42
Clothes ~ E43, E44, E47, E49
Cup ~ E44, E47, E49
For my second card, I tried to use similar colors to the paper so I added some blue to this one.
I colored in my second Anya with the following Copic markers:
As I mentioned earlier, I popped up the circle portion of the main image using foam tape and then I adhered the scallop with just a little bit of liquid glue. I love the dimension this gives to the focal image! I found a couple different sentiments in the kit to use for each card. I stamped them and then die cut them out using a banner die. I also popped the sentiments up on the card using foam tape.
I hope you enjoyed all of the fantastic Coffee themed products we brought to you during the month of January.
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Hello! My name is Stacy from the CraftaholicMomma blog. I am a SAHM who loves paper crafting of all kind, especially card making. I live in Minnesota with my husband and daughter. I would love to have you visit my blog, Craftaholicmomma. [VISIT MY BLOG]
Hello Everyone!! Christine with Pattercrafts here today with 2 coffee theme cards. I just love the sentiments from the But Coffee First Stamp Set by Echo Park. This first card is a quick and simple card using one of the sentiments from the stamp set and a 3D sticker from the Coffee Talk sticker sheet by Paper House.
This card was created using pattern paper and brown ribbon from my stash. I used Rich Cocoa Ink from Memento for the sentiment and added this 3D Sticker with the coffee cup and spoon; I thought it fit the sentiment perfectly!
My second card uses the same pattern paper from my stash and some coffee colored sequins. This shaker card features my FAVORITE sentiment from the But Coffee First Stamp Set “Coffee because Adulting is hard”. PERFECT!!
My second card uses more of the stamps… I stamped the flowers a few times along the edge and then filled in some of the space with the cute mugs and the heart. I used the following Copic markers to color in the flowers ~ YG93, YG95, YG97, R00, R01, R05, R11, R12, R21, BV000, BV04.
I stamped the sentiment using Versamark watermark ink and then heat embossed a fine white embossing powder. I trimmed it down to a banner and popped it up on the card. I love the simplicity of this card. The copics bled through just a tiny bit since I didn’t do a lot of blending so I’ll just cover the inside of the card with a slightly smaller layer of white card stock, but this step isn’t totally necessary. I think it comes down to preference and maybe who the recipient is going to be.
Have you been loving all the coffee inspiration this month?! I am having a ball checking out all the fantastic posts from the design team this month! It’s no secret that I love my coffee! Keep checking in to see more coffee inspiration!
Before you leave though… I am having a little giveaway!
I have this brand new stamp set to giveaway plus some other goodies from my stash that I’ve thrown in. All you have to do to enter is to comment on my blog. AND for a bonus entry, I’m also sharing this giveaway on my Instagram. You can head over there, like my post, and follow me and you’ll have another chance to win!! AND for another bonus entry, follow the Scrapping for Less Instagram. You have until 1/17/2019 midnight EST to enter. Unfortunately, open to US residents only. I will announce the winner on my Instagram on 1/19/2019!!
Thanks so much for stopping by!
See ya next time.
About the Author
My name is Crystal. I’m a wife and SAHM to our four children whom I homeschool. Card making and paper crafts are my sanity and passion. [VISIT MY BLOG]
Hello Everyone!! Christine with Pattercrafts here with a card featuring the “Cup of Joy” stamp set from Your Next Stamp. This stamp set features a stack of cups and several sentiments. The sentiment I chose to use on the front of my card today is my favorite.
The pattern paper, ribbon, and sequins I used for this card are from my stash. I love the variety of brown colors and the way the cups stand out. I stamped the cups with MFT Extreme Black Ink and colored them with copic markers. I stamped the sentiment with Versafine Onyx Black Ink and heat embossed with clear embossing powder. A few sequins in various shades of brown finish the card.
On the inside of the card, I cut down a piece of white card stock and stamped the “Sending you” and “a cup of joy” – both sentiments from the stamp set – with Memento Tuxedo Black ink. I also stamped the 2 heart stamps from the set around the sentiment.