Hello, Crafty Peeps!
Getting back into cardmaking is definitely challenging. I am just going to put that out there!💖
For my second toe-dip into the creative cardmaking waters, I decided to create a card for our challenge at 613 Avenue Create. As always, we have the Anything Goes part of our challenge. Our Optional Twist is a favorite of mine!
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Whether it is "But First" coffee, tea, cocoa, or some variation of "pumpkin spice," we want you to share it with us!
Our Sponsor this month is:
whether it is "But First" coffee, tea, cocoa, or some variation of "pumpkin spice," we want you to share it with us! Create a project based on your favorite Budget
The winner will receive:
Choice of 2 Digital Images.
Possibility to be a Special Guest Designer at Mirtillamente
An "Ampolix Card" for a 10% discount on all digital products in the shop throughout the year.
I did a deep dive into my stamps to find my favorite "coffee" themed set. The blister card is long gone so I can't say who manufactured it. It comes with a female image, five fun sentiments, and a coffee ring stamp. In one of my other sets, I found a coffee bean stamp (didn't even know I had that one.)
I thought a little gingham would give the card that warm, cozy kitchen feel, so I used one of my favorite Mirtillamente digital mini-paper paks.
I had to play around with the construction of my layers, The gingham print is visually strong and when used as a full layer tends to overwhelm the rest of the design. In the end, I decided that a slight strip peeking through at the top and bottom would render the best graphic impact. To pull more of the paper into the design, I cut a small heart and secured it with some twine and a little bling.
I stamped the image onto a piece of designer paper and paper pieced the robe onto my image. My coloring is still a little rough, but most of that is due to the condition of my Copics. I really need to get some new markers!
THANKS FOR STOPPING BY!
Stuff I used:
Unbranded Coffee Stamp Set (Image, Sentiment, Coffee Rings)
Mirtillamente digital mini-paper pak: Country Home