I Brew It For You
Hello everyone! Justin here, and today I'm feeling the urge for a VERY strong cup of coffee to get me through the end of this week, and right into the weekend (1 sleep until Friday)!
Sometimes, you've got a stamp set in your stash where you can make an entire card out of it, and that's exactly what I did today! I've got details below about how I did that!
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Miss Ink Stamps Product Used:
Jitters Background Stamp Set
I started this card by coloring my images from the Jitters Background Stamp Set with Copic Markers and fussy cutting them out. I set them aside for later!
Next, I took a piece of Sandy Beach colored cardstock and distressed the edges with Vintage Photo Distress Ink.
Next, I placed the background in my MISTI and stamped the large background stamp from the Jitters Background Stamp Set over my panel with Ground Espresso Distress Ink. You will definitely need to ink up and re-stamp your image a few times since it is covering such a large area, and I highly recommend using a Stamping Pressure Tool if you have one as well!
Once my background was set, I die cut a zig zag circle from vellum. I also heat embossed the sentiment "Everything I brew, I brew it for you" in white powder onto brown cardstock, and trimmed it into a strip. Using foam tape, I adhered my images and sentiment strip to my vellum. Then, using liquid adhesive, I applied it on the underside of the vellum but only in areas that were covered up by my images, as vellum changes appearance in the areas where it is glued down to a surface.
I finished this card off by adhering it to an A2-sized card base and applying a handful of white enamel dots!
Thank you so much for stopping by the Miss Ink Stamps Blog today! I hope this card leaves you with some caffeinated inspiration for your next project!
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Happy Crafting!
Justin