20 April 2018

Brew-tiful Day! - Perfect Pearls embossing


It's a Brew-tiful day when it starts with a nice hot cup of coffee. My card features the Kraftin' Kimmie Stamps set, Brew-tiful Day!, and Just For Fun Rubber Stamps, Coffee Background, stamped with Versamark and then brushed with Cappuccino Perfect Pearls.

Putting It Together

Mmmmm, coffee. I'm actually caffeine neutral. I can drink my usual 4+ shot latte (with coconut milk) and either be up and alert or go take a nap. I drink it for the flavour, but I didn't like coffee until I tried extra strong, very dark coffee (with "milk" and sweetener). Now, I like to start most days with the warm (or iced in summer) brew.


I stamped the Coffee Background stamp with Versamark on the darkest of the Neenah Naturals set.


I then brushed the sticky ink with the dark brown Perfect Pearls. It's perfect that the colour name is Cappuccino.


I stamped the coffee pot and cup from the Brew-tiful Day on the lightest of the set with Versamark and also brushed it with Perfect Pearls.


I love the slightly shimmery, very vibrant colour of the Cappucino on the natural cardstocks.


I pawed through my stash to find the doilies I have gotten in various kits. I was happy to see I still had one of the bright yellow small doilies.


I sprayed the doily with Vintage Photo Distress stain, blended the edges and back with Ground Espresso and Vintage Photo Distress ink, and used a Mini Mister with water and gold Perfect Pearls to add a light touch of sparkle.


I die cut the pot and cup with a Spellbinders die and used Versamark and Perfect Pearls to stamp a sentiment which I die cut with a CC Designs die. I did a dry fit of the elements.


I made a cardbase from dark brown cardstock and started adhering the elements. I attached the sentiment tag with foam mounting tape and used tape runner on just the bottom of the doily, leaving the top to be loose.


I added the pot and cup with foam mounting tape over the doily and added some brown rhinestones.


Inside, since I used a dark card base, I wanted to have a lighter coloured panel to make it easier to add a personal sentiment. I stamped with Versamark and brushed with Perfect Pearls from the Brew-tiful Day set. I also used a decorative punch on the corners as a finishing touch.



Supplies


Challenges

Kraftin' Kimmie Stamps Saturday: Anything Goes
Crazy 4 Challenges: Perfect Blend
Feeling Sketchy: Sketch #191
Tuesday Throwdown: Glimmer and Shine
Simon Says Stamp Monday: Sparkle and Shine
Incy Wincy: Dots and Spots
Penny's Paper-Crafty: Anything Goes
Pearly Sparkles: Anything Goes


6 comments:

  1. Thanks for joining us at Tuesday Throwdown Challenge blog. Very nice and Good luck!
    Bye, Groetjes van Ine (DT)
    http://creaine-cards.blogspot.nl/

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  2. I can smell the coffee from your card. I use this Italian coffee pot called "moka" for making coffee.
    I love your interpretation of our sketch! Thanks for sharing your work with Feeling Sketchy. I hope you'll be inspired by our next sketch too!
    Regards,
    Maja DT at Feeling Sketchy You can visit my blog: Rilcek in Kljuncek

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  3. Beautiful card and you made such a fantastic background. I like the way have you used our sketch :-))
    Thanks for playing with us at Feeling Sketchy.

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  4. Lovely card. Great work with the background. Thanks for playing along with us at Feeling Sketchy.

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  5. Lovely work. Thank you for joining the challenge at Feeling Sketchy. Hope to see you again next time.

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  6. lovely card! Thank you for joining us at Incy Winct Design - Francesca Card & Scrap

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