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Mixed Media Happiness Card by Connie Mercer
Hi, Connie here with a Coffee Card using a cool coffee stamp set and some pretty impressive 3D Foam Adhesives. It makes putting this card together so easy!!!
I started with a coffee themed embossing folder and a coffee stamp. After the mixed media paper was embossed, color was added using Distress Oxide ink. The Coffee Stamp was then stamped on a mixed media background, created using Distress Oxide inks. We are ready to start assembling the card.
- Crafty Foam Tape 108′ worked perfectly to add dimension to the card front.
- Apply the Crafty Foam Tape 108′ to the backs of the stamped and embossed pieces.
- Using the E-Z Runner Grand Refillable Dispenser adhere the two sections to the card base. Adhere the embossed section to the card base first and then the stamped image.
- Using the E-Z Runner Grand Refillable Dispenser adhere the sticker to the back of the small ruler embellishment.
Apply the sentiment sticker with 3D Foam Circle White Mix to the small ruler embellishment.
Use the 3D Foam Circle White Mix to adhere the milk cap to the travel coffee cup image.
I hope you are enjoying a cup of coffee or tea!
Thanks for stopping by.
Creative Time: 40 minutes
Skill Level: Beginner
Mixed Media Cardstock, Sizzix Embossing Folder, Label Sticker, Small Ruler Embellishment and Milk Caps, Ranger Ink’s Distress Oxide Ink and Archival Ink, Coffee Stamp
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