Coffee or hot chocolate? The Fa-Brew-Lous stamp is full of mugs, cups and takeaway cups. Don’t let the coffee beans in the background stamp limit you to just using this set for coffee themed cards. They could be mocha drinks, or you could cover the coffee beans with embellishments and make a card for tea drinkers.
In today’s video, I use Catherine Pooler inks for no-line colouring and limit myself to just two ink colours (not counting the ink colour for the sentiment and coffee bean border). The Gold Eclipse rhinestone embellishments perfectly match the colouring – gold with a hint of brown.
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Slimline into A2 Card Tutorial
- Stamp the Fa-Brew-Lous stamp with Sand Castle ink onto Bristol smooth card.
- Colour all the images with Sand Castle ink, Catching Rays ink and a blender pen. (Jump to the colouring here in the video).
- Stamp the coffee bean border stamp and sentiment with Icing on the Cake ink.
- Use direct to paper method for Catching Rays coloured card.
- Smoosh Catching Rays ink onto an acrylic block and splatter onto an A2 card base.
- Glue the yellow card and coffee bean border to the card panel.
- Adhere to card base.
- Trim off the excess card and border.
- With liquid glue adhere several Gold Eclipse rhinestone embellishments.
Sand Castle ink and Catching Rays ink is not a combination I would normally use. I hope you will try this colour combo of inks with Trinity Stamps clear stamps for fun coffee themed cards.
Find more inspiration by Jeni here at the Tutorial blog