Coffee Makes Everything Better

HI Crafty friends, It is time for a new release from Your Next Stamp. For Day 1 of preview week I am sharing a card I made with the brand new adorable Coffee Characters set. Each preview day, we will be giving away the stamp sets being showcased. Each individual set will go to a winner based on randomly selected comments left on the YNS blog, Designer’s blogs or YNS IG. Leave all your comments by June 10th at midnight EDT . The winners will be announced on June 11th.

I stamped this adorable image with SSS Intense Black ink onto Neenah 110lb card stock. Colored it using my copics. I have listed the colors I used on the image. For the cup I used BG49, BG45, BG23 and BG11. I used my white gelly roll pen to add some highlights. I cut the image out using the coordinating die.

I needed 2 more pieces of cardstock. First one I cut out using the MFT Wonky rectangle die and die cut a circle with the desired size. I went with 3 1/4 inch and for added dimension I also cut out the same size circle and using the circle die one size up I cut out a frame. With the 2nd panel I used Distress ink oxide and the Splatter stencil, really love the look the stencil creates.

To create the shaker portion I used clear acetate and doubled up foam tape around the circle. I filled up the area with brown and gold sequins and beads.

I embossed the sentiment on black cardstock using Brutus Monroe Alabaster Embossing powder. For the finishing touches my favorite YNS gumdrops. I had so much fun creating this shaker card.

Supplies Used:

Thank you so much for taking the time to stop by today. Hope you will subscribe to my blog for future posts. See you again soon with another card. Please stay safe and stay healthy.

Kulbir

53 thoughts

  1. Amazing shaker card! I love the background and the shaker elements are perfect. Thanks for sharing all the details and colors that you used.

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  2. Wow! What an amazing shaker card! Your coloring is fantastic but it is that “coffee ring stain” background that really caught my eye! I even have that stencil – can’t wat to try something similar!! Thanks for sharing well done!

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