5 November 2017

MFT NOVEMBER RELEASE - COUNTDOWN DAY 3

Anyone for coffee?


I had fun with this particular card, teaming up the older Coffee Cup die with our soon to be released Coffee Break and Coffee Date stamps.

The die cut pieces were initially cut from Sweet Tooth, Primitive Cream and Kraft card.  Then, to add a little depth to the die cuts I used my trusty Copic markers to colour some shading on to the cardstock pieces.  The wording on the cup was stamped in Premium Natural ink, only after I had added all the Copic shading.  However, I used Hybrid Cement Grey to stamp the little coffee cup from Coffee Date, colouring it with a combination of Copics and Caran D'Ache Pablo coloured pencils.

The background was created using Antique Linen and Frayed Burlap Distress Oxide inks on Sweet Tooth cardstock which I then cut with a die from the  A2 Stitched Rectangle Stax 1 and mounted on to a Kraft card base.  I stamped a sentiment from Coffee Date with Versamark ink and heat embossed it with White Embossing Powder.

To create more dimension, I adhered the cup to the background with foam pads.

(please note some of the links for the new products above will not work until release day)

I'll be back on Launch day with another creation from this month's new release.
Until then, happy colouring

SUPPLIES:
Copics used -
B0000, C0, C1, YR30, E40, E41, E42, E43, E11



8 comments:

Nandini said...

Awesome card!

~amy~ said...

Your coloring is always magical. Fabulous card!

Dee Ann Matthews said...

What a fun, creative coffee cup in beautiful coffee colors!

Lagene said...

Super COOL coffee card!

Colleen Howell said...

Sweet card and coffee cup inside a coffee cup great idea

Kleri F said...

I love how you created depth!It always amazes me how you can make simple designs look sooo interesting!Thank you for the inspiration!

Basiljen said...

Wonderful. Looks like you could just pick it up and take a sip, right off the card!

Marjorie DUMONTlER said...

Oh my ! This is a stunning card !!

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