September 20, 2019

Divinity Designs & Coffee Loving Cardmakers Collaboration Blog Hop

Hello!

Welcome!!! Today I'm happy to be part of a Collaboration Blog Hop between Coffee Loving Cardmakers and Divinity Designs!!  If you came here from the fabulous Kathy, you are in the right place!! Or you can start at the beginning at the Coffee Loving Cardmakers blog!



Divinity Designs has some awesome coffee themed crafty projects!! You can find all of them here! I have two cards, each featuring the But First Coffee stamp set!
Dana Warren - Kraft Paper Stamps - Divinity Designs

To start my first card I used my Mom's Brother Scan and Cut to cut out a coffee mug. I placed it on a white card panel and used a little bit of washi tape to hold it in place. Then I placed a stencil on top and used pink, orange and yellow Distress Inks to ink up the panel.

Dana Warren - Kraft Paper Stamps - Divinity Designs

Next, I stamped and heat embossed the Coffee Everything Possible with black embossing powder. That gives it a nice shine and raised look. Last I free handed an outline for the the coffee mug, I though it need a little more defining then the stencil gave.

Dana Warren - Kraft Paper Stamps - Divinity Designs

Dana Warren - Kraft Paper Stamps - Divinity Designs
For my second card I stamped All You Need is Coffee sentiment all over a white panel and white heat embossed it. Then I used a purple, green and blue Distress Oxide inks to ink up the panel. With a barely damp baby wipe I cleaned up the embossed sentiments of ink.  I also used a little water and made some splatters all over the panel.

Dana Warren - Kraft Paper Stamps - Divinity Designs

Next, I used a circle die to cut a few different sized circles from vellum, with some double sided adhesive on the back.  On one of the circles I stamped and gold embossing the sentiment again.

Dana Warren - Kraft Paper Stamps - Divinity Designs

I arranged the vellum circles and when I liked them I peeled of the adhesive backing and adhered them to the card over the stamping and inking. From my stash I found some glitter dots that matched the ink colors I used!

Dana Warren - Kraft Paper Stamps - Divinity Designs

Thanks so much for stopping by! Make sure you leave comments along the hop for your chance to win a Divinity Designs $25 Gift Code. Commenting will be open until Friday, September 27th at 11:59 pm pacific. A winner will be announced on the Coffee Loving Cardmaker's blog the following week. Winners will be picked from across all participating blogs, the more you comment, the more chances to win!

Your next stop in the hop is the amazing Erin!!! Have a great day!!

Dana

24 comments:

  1. Love your cards Dana, especially the first one!

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  2. Two great cards -- I especially like the way you did the sentiments on the second card!

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  3. I love this stamp set. Great cards!

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  4. Fabulous masking and stencil work! Love your cards!

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  5. Your cards are amazing! Love them both!!

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  6. Dana these are great! Love that stencil work

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  7. Super fun card ideas here. Love these.

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  8. Dana, they are super fun fun fun cards!

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  9. Great cards! I especially love how you have the sentiment done in black embossing for the first card! Really very pretty looking!

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  10. I love them both! Fabulous masking.

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  11. SUPER CARDS, Dana! LOOOVE all the stenciling & the parchment & Oxide Inks! A MODERN TOUCH, which I LOVE! ;)<3

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  12. Awesome cards! Love your free handed mug with the embossed sentiment! Pretty background! Love the colors on your 2nd card with the embossed sentiments!

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  13. Great background! I love those colors and the coffee sentiment!

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  14. Pretty cards. I like the colors you used on your second card, but I especially love your first one. I like how the stenciling looks with that coffee cup. I like how you carried the stenciling onto the inside of the cup. The embossing and embellishments are perfect. Blessings

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  15. Cute stenciling on
    the first card and
    love the stamping
    and colors on your
    second one.
    Carla from Utah

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  16. Fun backgrounds on both of your cards.

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  17. Thanks for sharing the technique on the second card.

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  18. Great cards. The backgrounds
    are fun and colorful. thanks
    for sharing. txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

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