Coffee Always Helps

 

Hello everyone! Justin here and today I am sharing some caffeinated inspiration by combining an oldie with a goodie! I am using the new Latte Love stencil with the Boo Sheet stamp set because y'all know I just can't resist crafting with these ghosts!

Miss Ink Stamps Products Used:
Boo Sheet Stamp Set
Latte Love Stencil

This card was simple to put together. I stamped out my ghost and mug images from the Boo Sheet stamp set and colored them up with Copic Markers. I fussy cut them out and set them aside for later.

Taking an A2-sized piece of blending cardstock, I blended the following Distress Oxide Ink colors from top to bottom: Kitsch Flamingo, Spiced Marmalade, Squeezed Lemonade, Twisted Citron, Salvaged Patina & Shaded Lilac. I spritzed the panel with water to get a couple bleach spots. I then placed the Latte Love stencil over top, and then blended, from top to bottom, the following Distress Ink Colors: Picked Raspberry, Crackling Campfire, Mustard Seed, Mowed Lawn, Peacock Feathers, and Wilted Violet. I splattered the panel with some Sparkle Silk, and used a stitch rectangle die to cut it out, giving it that clean stitched edge and making it slightly smaller than A2-sized.

I die cut an A2-sized stitched rectangle from black cardstock, and adhered my rainbow Latte Love panel directly onto it.

I heat embossed the sentiment "Sheet happens, coffee helps" in white powder onto black cardstock, and die cut it off onto a sentiment strip. I adhered the strip to the back of my ghost, and adhered my ghost and sentiment unit with foam tape to my card front.

I finished off this card by adhering some iridescent bubble embellishments and adhering the entire unit to a card base!

Below I have a few more photos of the final project!

Thank you so very much for stopping by the Miss Ink Stamps blog today! I'm hoping this rainbow latte inspiration helps fuel your next coffee-themed project using some of the fantastic caffeinated products by Miss Ink Stamps!

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Happy Crafting!

Justin