Wednesday, January 8, 2020

thanks a latte...

Hello!  Hope your new year is going well.  Rosemary here with a wintry little card featuring the Hug in a Mug stamp set and the Instant Frame 2.0 die set.

When I originally started to make this card I was going to do some simple watercoloring.  Then I got messing around doing a couple of other things and ended up starting to run out of time to get my card ready for today's post.  (Just keeping it real, lol!)  So I shifted gears and decided to use patterned paper.   I didn't have to dig far into my stash of papers to find a few sheets of paper that came in a card kit I purchased a few years ago that had a wintry theme.  I die cut the large instant frame from one piece that had snowflakes all over it and then stamped the sentiment from Hug in a Mug using a dark gray ink.  The mug was stamped on a piece that had an ombre look to it with the same gray ink and then trimmed out.  I had one more piece that I used to die cut two snowflakes from the Delicate Snowflake Trio die set.  I used the Diagonal Stripes coverplate die to die cut light blue cardstock and then die cut a rectangle from teal cardstock.  I layered the Diagonal Stripes on the teal rectangle and then adhered both to a white cardstock base.  The instant frame was adhered with foam tape and then I adhered the mug and snowflakes.

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Andre M. said...

Fab layering of elements on this card!

Lisa Elton said...

I like the plum colors on your mug! I'll take mine with hot chocolate please. This is charming Rosemary!

Greta said...

Love the layers & the papers you used, Rosemary! Such a great winter thank you card!

~amy~ said...

I'm going to share in the coffee loving papercrafters fb group!

karen lewis said...

awesome work, congrats