Aug 10 2015
Yesterday, I held a stamp-a-stack (or stamp-n-snack as one of my dear friends called it) at the warehouse yesterday. I design 5 simpler cards where ladies make sets of them. Some are good at sending their cards out… others like to hold on to one. So, this way, they can keep one and still send the other sets out.
I wanted to stamp with the girls yesterday, so I cut myself some of the kits… but of course, once everyone came, I did more socializing than stamping. lol So, I ended up crafting last night, and a little this morning.
This is one of the cards designed for our stamp-a-stack (SAS). The girls loved the Latte Card we had made at the last SAS… they requested another coffee card. Good thing there are 2 different types of coffee cups you can make with the Tim Holtz Fresh Brewed Sizzix Die. I just love love love this die. I also loooove the new Plaid Background from Tim Holtz/Stampers Anonymous. I felt it would go perfect with this die.
I ran out of my Peeled Paint Core-dinations paper and decided to use what few sheets I had left for the coffee label. But, I don’t think I can create a card without matting it. LOL So, I cut white cardstock and ran Peeled Paint Stain on the outer edges to give us that green matting for the card. I do this often with the stains so that the paper matches perfectly with the inks on the card.
My obsession for Perfect Pearls has not stopped. I just love the shimmer it gives when the light hits it just right.
I was able to score “a few” straws from a certain coffee shop 😉 so, I had the girls cut the straw into short pieces and then cut them in half. It have the perfect pop. I also gave them the choice of using the Tim Holtz Mirrored Stars or the Gum Drops. Most of them did some of each. That’s the nice thing of making multiples of cards. I added a touch of white distress paint to the star to distress it a bit. We also added white distress paint to the transparency lid.
Although that last pic makes it look super shimmery, it really is a subtle shimmer… the light just hit it really strong… and since I was crafting at 5 am, there was no natural light in my craft room. LOL!
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