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Make a coffee lover’s day with your bonus Time For Tea Iced Coffee digi stamps and Kitty Day’s gorgeous projects
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YOU WILL NEED:
Time For Tea Iced Coffee digi stamps
Dies: My Favorite Things Stitched Scallop, Plain Circle
Stencil, Lawn Fawn Starry Sky
Ink pads: Ranger Distress Oxide Picked Raspberry, Mermaid Lagoon, Twisted Citron, Wilted Violet; white
Paint, Pink Fresh Studio Liquid Watercolours
Punch, corner rounder
Cardstock, various colours, kraft
Pens: Alcohol Markers; fineliner, black
Embellishments: ribbon, hessian, paper doily, enamel dots, gems, raindrop stickers, glitter, button
Tools: ink blending, paint brush, heat gun
This girl runs on coffee
Layer orange patterned paper onto red card. Run ribbon and hessian along the bottom of the panel, then mount onto a white blank. Print and die cut the girl digi stamp into a stitched circle. Matt onto a red scallop-edged circle and secure to the left-hand side of the greeting with 3D foam pads. Mount the sentiment onto red card and attach. Add a ribbon bow with a large gem in the centre and gems to complete.
Blend purple distress oxide inks onto white card, fading out towards the bottom. Apply white ink through a star stencil and heat to dry. Matt onto a white blank and attach a strip of patterned paper along the bottom. Enlarge and print the girl digi stamp, colour in and trim. Fix to the blank and add a strip of black card to conceal the join. Print out the sentiment and round off each corner with a punch, then glue to the greeting. Decorate with gems to finish.
Blend pink distress oxide ink onto white card using an ink blending tool. Draw a frame around the edge of the panel with a black fineliner, then matt onto a pink blank. Print out ten of the small shake digi stamps. Colour in with alcohol markers and trim. Print and cut out the sentiment, then attach to the middle of the card. Arrange the cups around the sentiment and glue in place.
Blue watercolour wash
Brush blue watercolour paint onto a white blank to create a background, leaving a white border all around. Layer thin strips of grey and white card onto striped patterned paper, trim to size, then adhere to the bottom. Print out the girl and heart digi stamps, colour in and cut out. Layer the sentiment onto grey card and attach all three digi stamps to the greeting with 3D foam pads. Add two clear raindrop stickers to finish.
Apply blue distress oxide ink through a cloud stencil onto a panel of white card using an ink blending tool to create a cloudy sky. Blend green distress oxide inks onto white and die cut using a stitched hill die. Die cut a fence from white, layer together and glue onto the blue sky panel. Colour and trim the girl digi stamp and adhere with 3D foam pads. Layer the sentiment onto green card, fix a small length of yellow ribbon behind, then secure. Mount the panel onto a white blank and embellish with enamel dot stickers to finish.
Layer dark pink patterned paper onto kraft card, then onto a white blank. Matt a smaller panel of light pink patterned paper onto white, then fix on top. Print the large sentiment, mount onto kraft card and attach to the greeting with 3D foam pads. Colour and cut out the shake and heart digi stamps. Secure to the card and add two large gems.
Take a square panel of kraft card. Layer pink patterned paper to the top half and shake paper to the bottom. Attach ribbons across the middle to conceal the join. Mount onto a white square blank. Add a white paper doily to the centre of the card. Die cut a stitched circle from white and a scallop-edged circle from kraft card. Layer together and attach to the greeting with 3D foam pads. Print three shaker cups and colour in. Apply glitter to the lids and secure to the circle. Add a ribbon bow and button.
YOU WILL NEED:
Cardstock, various colours
Adhesives: glue, double-sided tape, 3D foam pads
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