Coffee Loving Cardmakers – Thanks a Latte

Happy Tuesday everyone! Grab a cuppa because it’s Tuesday Tea over on the Coffee Loving Cardmakers blog today. I’m still having a blast with the latest Trinity Stamps release. Today I took a stab at creating a shadow sentiment in my slimline image. It was really fun to create and the end result is pretty cool too.

To create this card, I stamped the Fa-BREW-lous image in black on white cardstock. I die cut the panel with a Slimline Modern Embossed Panel die so it would fit inside the dainty scallop panel. Then I took the Marshmallow alphabet die set and cut “thanks” from the center of it. To do this I lined the letters up on my craft mat and picked them up with post-it tape, then positioned them where I wanted them a cut. It helped that the letters in thanks are all different. Next, I cut the same letters from white cardstock 3 more times and adhered all the layers together with liquid adhesive.

I used my copic markers to color the images on the letters only. Next, I stamped a sentiment on white cardstock, cut it into a strip and colored it to match some of the cups in the letters.

I die cut a peachy-orange dainty scallop panel and adhered my stamped panel to that. Then I inlaid my letters and used foam strips to pop up my sentiment. Next, I added foam tape to the back of the scalloped panel and adhered it to a slimline card base.

I had a lot of fun taking this card from an idea to reality and think it turned out pretty cool. I hope you enjoyed it too.

Products used on today’s card:
Trinity Stamps Fa-BREW-lous stamps
Trinity Stamps Marshmallow alphabet dies
Trinity Stamps Slimline Modern Embossed Panel dies
Trinity Stamps Slimline Dainty Scallop Edge dies

I appreciate you sharing your time with me. Have a fa-BREW-lous day!

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