Coffee Cup Card

I have to be honest, I really didn’t have a plan when I started to create these cards but I think they turned out pretty well. I have been in a bit of a creative slump so I started by just stamping the cute moose image on to some Neehna desert storm card stock and coloring him in with Spectrum Noir pencils. 

 I also used the blending solution and stups from Spectrum Noir, the cute moose was from an older My Favorite Things stamp set called Merry Christmoose. I stamped him using versa fine black onxy ink and then went to town coloring.  At this stage I really didn’t know if I was going to make a card or not, then I pulled out the Honey Bee Stamp Coffee card die and thought it would work great.  

I die cut the coffee cups out of Lawn Fawn Chilli pepper red cardstock and then decided I wanted to add some more texture and intreste so I took the Snowfall stencil form Newtons Nook and mixed up my own glitter texture paste. I mixed ranger tansparent texture paste with some different glitters my mom had in her stash. One card I did in red glitter and the other I used a chunky sugar like glitter. 

Next I die cut the java jacket/ coffee sleeve out from the desert storm card stock and the lid out of solar white card stock.  I stamped the sentiment on to the java jacket using the Altenew Coffee love stamp set. Once that was done I took some walnut stane and went around the java jacket to give it a little extra dimension I did the same technique with the lid excpet I used hickory smoke distress ink instead.  I assembled the java jacket, as it slides right on to the card, from there I fussy cut the moose as I wanted to make sure I got right up to the lines, to finish off the little moose I added some black marker to the edges.  The last touches to the card were to add the little moose friend, which was popped up with foam tape and add the lid, which was also added with foam tape.

 

I was extremely happy with the finished results and a little bit obsessed with this die set that I am working on a few valentine cards using the die so please stay tuned for more projects. 

Thank you so much for stopping by, I would love to hear from you so please leave a comment and tell me what you thought, if you would like to see something different etc. 

All the products I used have been linked below. 

 

Have a wonderful weekend. 

 

 

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