Coffee Loving Cardmakers – Mugs and Kisses

Happy Tuesday everyone! It’s Tuesday Tea with Twiddler’s Nook over on the Coffee Loving Cardmakers blog today and I have a gorgeous, sparkly fun card to share with you! I recently got the amazing Brewtiful stamp set from Miss Ink Stamps and couldn’t wait to ink it up! This set has so many fun images that can be paired in so many combos and will be great to combine with other sets as well.

I create this card, I started by laying my stamps out on an A2 card base to decide if the idea in my head would work. After I figured it out, I stamped and colored my images, then cut it all out with my scan-n-cut. Next, I found a yellow cardstock that matched my mug and used the scallop stencil with some white glitz gel. I left this overnight to dry and came back to assemble everything the next day.

Whenever I stencil a large panel, I always use a piece bigger than what I need so I can trim it down. So, that’s what I did with the yellow panel first – trimmed it down to 4×5.25 and popped it up with foam tape on a white card base. Then I die cut a scalloped frame from Lawn Fawn and adhered it with liquid glue. Because of the glitz gel, I put a few acrylic blocks on top and left it for a little bit to dry before moving on.

I attached most of my images with foam squares, with the exception of the small flowers behind the X and the sentiment strip on the upper right. Those were adhered with liquid glue like the frame.

Finally, I moved on to finishing touches. I started with some white gel pen accents to the images and moved on to glossy accents on the mug dots and stamen of the flowers.

I am in love with this card and can’t wait to share it with someone. It’s so bright and cheery and is certain to make someone smile!

I appreciate you sharing your time with me. Have a fabulous day!

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