Monday, June 20, 2016

Coffee Lovers BlogHop - Day 4

Thanks to Amy Tsuruta and her Design Team for hosting the 2016 Summer Coffee Lovers BlogHop (June 17-24). Click on here to see the many creative cards, tags and paper crafting. Join us in a week of fun and prizes...create cards related to coffee, tea, or hot cocoa with a Summer theme. Link up to the hop and you may be a lucky winner from one or more of the super sponsors...and watch for other blog candy along the way. 

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 and hope you stop by again. 

Day 4:  A Little Coffee Makes Everything Better



On this card I used the wax paper technique wherein you use an Embossing Folder of your choice and run the wax paper through the Cuttlebug and then follow the rest of the wax paper technique...so simple and elegant.  For the Embossing Folder Technique my source was Cuttlebugged Wax Paper technique Gina K Designs video from 2009.  





Sentiment Panel was stamped with Sapphire Ink, and then the Coffee was stamped and layered with 3D Thin Foam Tape on the sentiment panel.  I initially had stamped it on the sentiment panel but stamped word coffee upside-down, thus the layered panel was born...and I liked it better. Printed and colored another cup from Verve freebie digital stamp, and adhered and layered on card for dimension.   

Also submitted to the following:

Linked to Verve "Three Cheers" (For Gallery Only)
The Paper Players 





Products used

Background
     Embossing Folder Sizzix 660248 "On The Go" 
     Wax Paper Technique 
Digital Image 
     Verve "Three Cheers" 
Inks
     CTMH Sapphire and Pomegranate 
Cardstock 
     CTMH White Daisy, Pomegranate and Sapphire 
Other 
     3D Thin Foam Tape 
     




36 comments:

  1. WOW! Stunning BG and interesting technique, will have to check that out. Awesome card. Hugs Bev (Uniko) x

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  2. Fabulous card, love the background

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  3. Glad to see this card, it means I'm closer to the end of commenting, for this afternoon anyway...see what tonight brings.

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  4. What a fun embossing folder technique. I've never heard of that! Looks awesome too! :)

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  5. Super creative design. Love the "coffee" popped up. I, too, will have to look into the wax paper technique ...

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  6. Wonderful card...love all that red white and blue.

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  7. You finally used that set!! Great card! Love the background!

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  8. How beautiful! Love that fabulous background and the amazing sentiment.

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  9. Yes it does, love the background with your image

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  10. Love the embossed BG, great card!

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  12. A fab card - love these digitals - nice job on the technique!

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  13. Sue, lovely background for your red white and blue card! Happy hopping!

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  14. Great sentiment and wonderful patriotic colours!

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  15. I am so glad you showed a section of the background in detail - I never would have seen the pattern otherwise. Will definitely have to try this technique. Very cool card.
    Alyson

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  16. Oh my goodness, so true. Fun festive card.

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  17. A lot of coffee makes things a lot better, wonderful design I love the red white and blue
    Thank you for your inspiration!!. Have a blessed day
    DIANA L.

    DL.ART
    DL.ART DESIGN TEAM MEMBER
    http://dianamlarson.blogspot.com
    http://dianamlarson.ctmh.com

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  18. Great combo of images for a fun card!

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  19. LOL, I just bought this stamp set myself and haven't even inked it up yet! Lovely, fun take on the challenge and we're really happy that you played with the Players' 300th this week!

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  20. Love that sentiment! Fun colors! Glad you joined us at the Paper Players

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  21. Beautiful background! Love the colors

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  22. Perfect 4th celebration card!! So fun and festive!

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  23. What a fun background and such a creative idea! Thanks for celebrating our 300th challenge at The paper Players!

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