Believe it or not, the coffee mug stamp is more than 3 years old and it was BRAND NEW in my stash!
To create this card, I started by stamping the coffee mug from the Pumpkin Spice stamp set three times, colored them with copic markers and fussy cut them. I also stamped, colored and fussy cut the two cupcakes from the Baked with Love stamp set. Next I found a sheet of smiling coffee beans pattern paper, from who knows when and trimmed it down to an A2 size.
I die cut the Giant Happy Birthday from Kraft card stock to coordinate with the background and added it adhered it to the pattern paper. Next I arranged and adhered the colored images to the bottom of the card panel using foam tape. I finished off the card with jewels as usual!
Hope you enjoyed this coffee theme card today! Make sure you head over to the Coffee Lovers Blog to find out how you can link up your card to play along! There are a TON of prizes, including one from Newton’s Nook Designs.
Happy Wednesday y’all! I don’t think I have shared this before, but Lawn Fawn stamps were some of my first “real stamps” in my collection! This is waayyy before I started shopping for stamps online and stumbled upon them at my local craft store! And in all honestly I haven’t use them as much, mostly cause I wasn’t the best at coloring! But now that I am super confident with my copic marker coloring skills, bring on all the stamps! I’ve also been slowly adding coordinating dies as I didn’t have those cause I didn’t even have a die cutting machine back then!
Enough chit chat! Let’s get to today’s card! It was inspired by a party goodie bag my daughter got and I matched the current challenge over at Lawn Fawn, so of course I had to finally finish making it and share!
It’s been a while since I’ve made a card in one seating and woah … the copics that I used on this! Any guesses? Scroll down to count them as I have them listed!
Like all my card, I started by creating this card by stamping all the images from the Out of This World stamp set. I colored them with copics, trying to be as realistic as possible! Then I die cut them using the coordinating dies.
For the sentiment I die cut the Giant Happy Birthday from silver and grey cardstock. I layered them a little off set to create a shadow. I adhered it to the middle of the card front and added the colored images to create the universe! I covered the I with the spaceship image.
Thanks for stopping by today, hope y’all have a great rest of the week!
Happy Saturday! I have a million things to catch up from after 2 weeks of solo parenting, and I’m baking for events this weekend! Like woah, do I even remember how to bake?!? But while I was waiting on the oven, I decided to make a card instead of cleaning up! I didn’t have much time to think it out, so decided to use the current Lawn Fawnatics Sketch!
After using my Finstatic Friends stamp set multiple times, I decided to get the dies! So of course I decided to use the stamp set again! It’s one of my first ever stamp sets, and it’s been fun to use it again!
To create this card, I started by stamping all the fish images from the Finstatic Friends stamp set and coloring them with Copic Markers (listed below) to create a rainbow. Then I die cut them using the coordinating dies.
Next I created the background using a waves stencil and distress oxide ink in Salvage Patina, adhering it to the card front at an angle and making off parts of the stencil for a diagonal look.
To finish off the card, I stamped a sentiment from the same Finstatic Friends stamp set with black ink on to the stenciled area, and adhered the colored fish images using foam tape, and added some jewels, cause all cards need a little bling!
Thanks for stopping by today, hope y’all have a great weekend!
Happy Friday and start of the long weekend! I don’t think I’m going to have much crafty time, but I plan on finishing an interesting book that I started a few days ago, along with one that I’ve been making really slow progress on! In other news, y’all I made my first card for the Lawn Fawnatics Challenge!
To create this card, I started by stamping all the fish images from the fintastic friends stamp set, and colored them with copic markers. I don’t have the coordinating dies, so I fussy cut them out. Next I die cut the giant happy birthday twice, once from a teal-blue card stock and once from black to create a shadow.
Next to create the “scene” I inked up some Bristol Smooth Cardstock with blue and brown ink. I added splatters of water, and black and brown paint to add some dimension. I die cut the brown inked card stock with the Stitched Waves Dies and adhered it to the blue inked background with foam tape to add dimension. Next I offset the two word die cuts and adhered them using a bit of foam tape and some glue so that it was the same height as the ‘sand’. Lastly I scattered the fish images all over the card, along with some jewels to match.
Thanks for stopping by today, hope y’all have a great weekend and happy 4th!