This week I decided to make a card for Valentine's Day using one of the older sets from the Coffee Talk Collection.
The cup and spoon are stamped with black ink and embossed with clear powder. The "I Love You a Latte" sentiment in the swirl is heat embossed with Red powder. All three pieces have matching dies so you can place them wherever you want and "pop" them for dimension.
I colored the flowers on the cup using Stampin Up markers and a Blender Pen.
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I'm submitting this to the following challenges:
Word Art Wednesday #268-269 - Anything Goes
Really Reasonable Ribbon #156 - Red and/or Pink and Ribbon or Trim
Crafty Carmakers #181 - Love, Love, Love
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I Love You A Latte
Heartfelt Creations Products and Products Carried by HC:
HCPC 3709 - Coffee Talk Stamp Set
HCPC 3354 - Classic Message Stamp Set
HCD1 782 - Coffee Talk Die
368770 - Scor-Pal
159723 - Designer Dries Clear
Instructions: Card measures 4 1/4" x 5 1/2". Cut black cardstock 8 1/2" x 5 1/2", score at 4 1/4" and fold to make card base. Cut Real Red 4 1/16" x 5 5/16" and add to base with Scotch Mounting Tape. Cut Solar White 3 7/8" x 5 1/8", emboss all except the bottom 1 1/4" and stamp sentiment on bottom with Onyx Black Ink. Add Black Twill as shown and adhere to back, then glue to Real Red mat.
Stamp cup and spoon with Onyx Black on Solar White and heat emboss with Detail Clear Powder. Stamp "I Love You a Latte" sentiment on Solar White with VersaMark and heat emboss with Red Powder. Cut each with their matching dies. Color the flowers on the cup with markers using the Blender Pen and a clear acrylic block. Add cup and sentiment as pictured using glue and Scotch Mounting Tape. Add spoon using glue dots and Scotch Mounting Tape.
Make 3-loop bow with Red Gingham Ribbon and Bow-Easy Tool. Add over spoon with glue dots. Thread button with red pearl thread and add over knot on bow with glue dots. Add rhinestones to flower centers on cup and top right corner of card using Aleene's Paper Glaze.