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Coffee Blend

>> Friday, February 2, 2018

by Julie Warner - The Write Stuff

Happy Friday!
I hope your week has gone well! I hope you're staying warm, but just in case, here's a hot cuppa Joe to warm you up! I had a lot of fun making this one. I used the greeting as background & stamped it over & over in white then heat embossed it in white powder. I know a lot of people will use clear ink/white or black powder or else white or black ink & clear powder, but in my experience, I get a much better, clearer result (especially when using black) if I use the same color ink & powder. Just my 2 cents...well, w/ inflation it's probably a dollar now. 

So after it was all embossed, I sponged on inks from a Kaleidacolor rainbow ink pad called Cappuccino over most of it. Then I stamped the coffee cup on a separate piece of white & sponged it w/ the same colors. The band was done again, masking it & using the Argyle pattern then cut & attached on top. Since the greeting was all over the bg, I made a little flag w/ just the die cut letters Coffee on it.

Here's a look at the inside.
Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a great weekend!

Supplies:
paper: Staples 110# white
ink: Colorbox frost white pigment, Memtento rich cocoa, Kaleidacolor cappuccino 
accessories: Spellbinders A2 matting basics B, Font One alphabet dies, white embossing powder, MFT fishtail flag die


6 comments:

nwilliams6 said...

Julie, I am in love with this card! Such an aswesome bg - my fave card with this set! Beautiful work!!!!!!

Donna Whitten said...

Love your pretty card, I feel warmer just looking at it!

Sue said...

I LOVE this card Julie!! What an incredible background - I especially love how you shaded it out to nothing along the edges! The argyle makes a perfect cup wrapper too!

Robin Clendenning said...

This cup design is so cute! I love the sepia colors...You did a beautiful job with that embossed bg! Love it all!

Shelia said...

Wow Julie, this is awesome! Love the background you created for your coffee cup, especially how you did the blending. Is it bad that I am always wanting to case your cards? Wish you lived next door so I could take some lessons from you. Of course if you did, I'd bug you so much you'd move! 😜

Karin said...

Oh, the background is just beyond words....Love the embossing and the super caramel color you chose for this card! That argyle sleeve is simply the best too!

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