Hi! I’m very happy to be back with you today with a post as the January Guest Designer for Coffee Loving Cardmakers!
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I have 2 cards to share with you today.
For this 1srt card, I stamped the ‘cup with steam’ image (see here for how I made this stamp)
in my favorite Hero Hues blue dye ink onto white linen cardstock.
Then, I sponged teal ink onto the entire linen panel, over the stamped image. Next, I die cut the ‘thanks’, matted the panel in blue and attached the teal card base.For this next card, I repeatedly stamped the image onto watercolor paper.
Then, I sponged the same teal ink onto the entire watercolor panel, over the stamped images. Next, I die cut the ‘thanks’, from blue cardstock twice, stacked the ‘thanks’ and attached a blue card base.
As I mentioned last week, I needed to increase the number of masculine cards in my stash, so I took this opportunity to make 2 more. To make both of these cards, first, I created a homemade foam stamp, using a die, and stamped the cup with steam.
I used the CUTplorations die to make my stamp.
I have a fun discount code for you! Shery, of STAMPlorations, has generously given me a code to share with you.
Use COUPON code STAMPGIRLMELISSA and receive 20% OFF at STAMPlorations!
This technique was inspired by Jennifer McGuire in one of her recent videos on how to stretch your supplies.
I’d like to play this multi-cup card at WAW Anything Goes – Challenge Weeks #264-265.
I am also offering this card up for CASEing at Chasing Mojo with Sweet Kobylkin:
I had a lot of fun using this technique. I loved how the homemade stamp printed the images. I hope you enjoyed your visit and look forward to seeing you next week.
Thanks for stopping by!
Grace & Peace,
P.S. Here’s the coupon code again. There’s no expiration, as long as I’m a STAMPlorations Girl, this code will be valid.
P.P.S. Here’s a fun video for your encouragement.
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