Newton’s Nook – Kit-tea Cat

Hello again! I’m over on the Newton’s Nook blog today with a super fun caffeinated creation to get your juices flowing today! I’ll be entering it into the Coffee Loving Cardmakers Spring|Summer Hop. I really hope you’re playing along with us. It’s so fun and there is so much inspiration to be had and prizes to be won!

I am honestly, SUPER EXCITED to share this card with you today! I had the fun idea to mask off the mug from Newton’s Mug and stamp one of the Monarchs images inside it for a decorated coffee cup! I love it! I colored the image with my copics and used the coordinating dies to cut it out.

Then for my background I cut a white panel to A2 size and inked up the Mugs stencil with light yellow ink. I took the Framework dies and cut the largest rectangle, then cut the rounded rectangle from the Frames & Flags set out of the center to create a frame.

For my sentiment, I chose the first one from Newton’s Mug and stamped it on a stitched circle from the Frames Squared set. Then I added a sentiment from Heartfelt Essentials to a banner from the Banner Trio set. I inked up the edges of the circle with a light green ink as close to the mug color as I could get, then I inked up the bottom of the banner with the same yellow as the mugs stenciling.

Moving on to assembling my card, I added the stenciled panel to a white card base, then popped the frame up with foam strips. I added foam squares to Newton’s Mug and popped it in place. I used liquid glue to adhere the circle to the banner and added foam squares to the back of that before placing it at the top of the design.

For finishing touches, I added a little glossy accents to Newton’s nose and Wink of Stella glitter brush pen to the butterfly on the mug and the circle sentiment.

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

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