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Avery Elle Cool Beans


Hi everyone!  Amanda here today with a winter coffee card to show you!  I started by cutting the plaid patterned paper in A2 size from the Jen Hadfield Warm & Cozy 6x6 paper pad. (check out all the CUTE patterns in this paper pad!). I then used the new Fa La La stencil by Neat & Tangled and used Ground Espresso distress ink over Kraft cardstock and layered that over red cardstock onto my base.

I die cut and Copic colored the coffee cups from Avery Elle Cool Beans with coordinating dies. I die cut a deer from MFT Dienamics Delightful Deer in bright gold cardstock. I tucked the deer behind some natural twine I tied around the red layer.

I embossed some of the kraft cardstock using Sunny Studio Cable Knit EF and then die cut the wrap that goes around the cup. I love how it gives the wrap dimension! Lastly I stamped, diecut and colored the holly from MFT Tweet Holidays and added to my cups for decoration and a pop of color! The little sentiment "Cool Beans" fit on there perfectly I thought!

I'm entering this card in the 2018 Fall/Winter Coffee Lovers Blog Hop, which Butterfly Reflections Ink. is sponsoring!  I hope you'll be inspired to create a coffee card of your own to link up!


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  1. I LOVE the texture you created, all the patterns, and design. Just a beautiful card. Happy Holidays!

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  2. Awesome card! Great colors and textures, and I love the layering! So pretty!

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  3. So very awesome, all the details are AMAZING.

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