Thursday, June 8, 2017

Coffee Cafe bundle card- Life Happens...instructions

So as you all know....I Love Coffee and so my first posts probably isn't surprising that I am using the New Coffee Cafe bundle.  Yes, It is one of my FAVORITES...I think I have almost every Coffee stamps set out there BUT this NEW one is GREAT.  I posted yesterday on my FB page-so if you didn't know I post there you may want to "like" my page so you get notified when  I post on there also.  I do post some different things on that.  Here is the FaceBook info:
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The measurements for the card I posted yesterday on Facebook are below.

I absolutely LOVE my New "Coffee Café" bundle. Here is the first card I made with this set. 
Here is a list for items I used to make this card:
Coffee Café Bundle pg 30-31 AC (stamp set & framelits dies) #145331 photopolymer $45.75
Coffee Break DSP 12"x12" 12 sheets #144155 $11.00
Coffee Break CS. #144156 8 1/2" x 11" 24 sheets of crumb cake, early espresso & pear pizzazz
Whisper White CS #100730 pg 185 AC
Crumb Cake ink #126975 pg AC 185
Pear Pizzazz #131180 pg 186 AC
Sponge dauber #133773 $5.00 pg 200 AC
Embossing paste #141979 pg 201 AC $8.00
Embossing knifes #142808 pg 201 $5.00
Pattern Party Decorative Masks. #144103. $6.00
Multipurpose liquid glue pg 202 AC #110755. $4.00
Crystal effects N/A at Stampin' Up


1-Whisper White c/s  cut at 5 1/2 x 11  scored at 4 1/4"
1- Early Espresso c/s cut at 5 1/4 x 4"  I used the Crumb cake ink & dauber to shadow the sides of the cup, lids, coffee sleeve & sentiment
Embossing past colored with sky blue in refill and used with the Patterned Party Decorative Masks
Embossing paste colored with Pear Pizzazz used with the PP Decorative Masks. (Let dry about 5 minutes)
I used a piece of  WW CS for the cup, small cup, & sentiment
1 piece of scrap paper for the DSP on side and I cut out some of the little coffee pots & cup to put on top of the DSP paper.  Then used Crystal Effects & dimensionals to make them shiny and stand out.
Very easy card to make and I love the way it turned out.

I also post on:
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