Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Always Coffee... Card

Hi everyone :-D 

Today I am joining in the super fun event Fall Coffee Lovers Blog Hop, hosted by very talented and friendly Lady, Amy Tsuruta of Tsuruta Designs.

Once again, Amy organized super fun blog hop with a lot of super sponsors. For more information hop over to Fall Coffee Lovers Blog hop.


I thought I won't join in this season because I'm in the middle of moving. So many things done and still a lot of to do, but I had to sit down and relax. Result is this Always Coffee... Card. :-D


I used 'But First Coffee' Digital Cut File from 17 Turtles by Juliana Michaels. Juliana is generously sharing this one for free on blog (links provided). Thank you Juliana! :-D

I printed .png files she shared on two different Kraft papers, cut them out and glued pieces together. I stamped acorns and leaves on cup, glued a piece of thread on it and Coffee bean. I added 3-D foam behind cup to pop it up on card.

Stamps I used are from Jane's Doodles 'Autumn Blessings' stamp set. Looove this one! I was so happy when I received it from Jane. :-D

For stamping I used Dye Ink and Distress Inks (see full list below).

'Always' was a perfect sentiment for this card. I got this wooden chip as a blog hop prize from Simon Says Stamp. :-D

Card dimensions are 107 mm x 139 mm (4 1/4" x 5 1/2"). 

List of supplies: 
  • 17 Turtles by Juliana Michaels 'But First Coffee' Digital Cut File
  • Jane's Doodles 'Autumn Blessings' stamp set
  • Crafter's Companion Neenah Desert Storm Kraft Coloring Card
  • Kraft paper (packing paper)
  • Corrugated Cardboard
  • wooden chip 'Always'
  • brown thread
  • Coffee bean
  • Tim Holtz's Distress Inks
    • Vintage Photo 
    • Brushed Corduroy
    • Tea Dye
  • Docrafts Dye Ink Pad (brown)
  • UHU universal glue
  • double sided strong adhesive tape
  • double sided strong adhesive 3-D foam tape 
  • printer
  • scoring board
  • trimmer
  • scissors
  • polymer stamp handle (38 mm x 38 mm) 
  • Marabu fine paint brush no. #1
  • water

I am linking my card to the Fall Coffee Lovers Bloghop.
http://coffeelovingcardmakers.com/

I am also linking my card to following challenges:
Note: bold text is a direct link to the current challenge and blog badge is a direct link to blog or challenge home page. 


1) Papertake Weekly Challenge, Take your pick challenge
Color theme: Autumn in browns
Product theme: Distress Inks

2) Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenges, No Designer Paper


Thank you for stopping by and your kind feedback. Happy hopping! Enjoy and smile! :-D 


Crafty Milka

51 comments:

  1. Very pretty card! I love the warm earth tones!
    Take care!
    Michele

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  2. Lovely fall coffee card, love your background and your cup! Happy coffee day!

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  3. Lovely card! Really like the corrugated strips you used.

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  4. Happy you took the time out of your day to share this awesome card, Milka! :-)

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  5. Love the coffee cup and your own backing paper, lovely in earthy colors with corrugated panels!

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  6. Gorgeous card! Love the monochromatic tones and that beautiful wood embellishment!

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  7. This is GORGEOUS! Love all the kraft!

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  8. Beautiful monochromatic coffee card.
    The card even gives a warm feeling. Well done.

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  9. Lovely card. Those leaves and acorns fit perfectly with the Fall theme. Love the design. Sweet card. Bev

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  10. Gosh this card is so pretty... it really feels like Sunday morning coffee... and I know 'cause I'm right there right now...

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  11. Couple posts down I realized... it's not Sunday (Thank the Coffee Gods!)...lol!... it's Saturday (I was up late last night...)

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  12. What a pretty neutral colored card. Very pretty.

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  13. Love your card!! Thanks for sharing this inspiration! ~Annie

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  14. This card is just great! I love the patterns you printed and the tone on tone look!

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