It's the beverage that starts our mornings, chases our mid day slumps away, and in the evenings has us gather around the table to enjoy and partake in laughter and light hearted banter, to share treasured memories and deepest dreams and to encourage one another in meaningful friendships...and now we invite you to our table to warm your hands, hearts and souls with the fresh brewed designs of the Coffee Talk Collection by Heartfelt Creations! Capture and relive those precious moments spent around the kitchen table, or favorite cafe with family and friends shared over the simple pleasure of a cup of coffee, latte, or cappuccino. The charming and delightful illustrations of coffee mugs, barista style chalkboard sentiments and gorgeous patterns in variations of blues, creams and mochas are the perfect blend to get your creative senses percolating, and will allow you to espresso your style perfectly! The delectable card fronts and dreamy patterned scrapbook pages are splendid for sending well wishes or for displaying those fun and silly selfies taken in the back corner of your favorite coffee shop with your inner circle of friends! Whether you enjoy your cuppa java black, with cream, milk or sugar, instant or made from freshly ground coffee beans, the Coffee Talk Collection will provide you with the perfect fusion of flavors for all of your paper crafting concoctions.
Coffee Talk Step Card
HCPC-3709 Coffee Talk Cling Stamps
HCPC-3710 All Stacked Up Cling Stamps
HCD1-781 Coffee Mugs Die
HCD1-782 Coffee Talk Die
HCDP1-261 Coffee Talk Paper Collection
Neenah Papers Solar White Cardstock, Brown Cardstock, Spellbinders Decorated Birthday Step Card Die Set, Memento Tuxedo Black Ink Pad, Ranger Distress Ink pads and markers (Brushed Corduroy, Faded Jeans, Spun Sugar, Peeled Paint), Spellbinders Grand Calibur, foam squares.
Die cut card base using Spellbinders Decorated Birthday step card die. Cover panels with paper from the Coffee Talk paper collection.
Stamp images from All Stacked Up stamp set with black ink onto white cardstock. Die cut with coordinating dies from Coffee Mugs die set. Color images with distress inks and markers and adhere to card side panels and lower front panel.
Stamp cups and spoons images from Coffee Talk stamp set with black ink onto white cardstock. Die cut with coordinating dies from Coffee Talk die set. Color images with distress inks and markers and adhere to card front with foam squares.
Stamp Enjoy sentiment with black ink onto white cardstock, die cut with coordinating die and adhere to card front.
Stamp a couple of the smaller flowers and leaf from Botanical Rose stamp set, die cut with Botanical Wings die and adhere to card. Embellish center of flower with pink prills.
Be sure to visit Heartfelt Creations Blog for more Inspiration.
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What a great way to use this wonderful new collection! A fantastic card!!ReplyDelete
hi, love this step card...as much as I love coffee! hugsReplyDelete
Such a beautiful card! Love how you used the collection!ReplyDelete
Ummmmm, addicted to Gingerbread Lattes at the moment lol!
Marisa, this is such a fun card! I love the little coffee cup border and the wonderful dimension. I knew it was your beautiful creation the moment I saw it! You just do such gorgeous work! Merry Christmas, my friend!ReplyDelete
Love this card, Marisa! Your coloring is amazing and you've showcased the stamps and dies perfectly!ReplyDelete
This is just lovely! My very favorite cards are the center step fold and side step fold. These images were just perfect for this card fold!ReplyDelete
Love this card!!! The cups are so pretty. I'm a big tea drinker so I would like to replicate your fabulous card.ReplyDelete
Marisa, your card is beautiful...there is a bloghop that would have been perfect for your card and they have sponsors galore with lots of prizes; but it didn't start until the 11th; but you may be interested in this bloghop if you do other coffee cards. I am just an entrant on this bloghop but thought you might be interested in this site http://coffeelovingcardmakers.com/2015/12/2015-winterholiday-coffee-lovers-blog-hop/ReplyDelete
It goes until the 15th.
This is really superb Marisa.ReplyDelete
This is unbelievable and gorgeous! Such an inspiration! Looks like it was so much fun to make.ReplyDelete
Hi Marisa, beautiful card and lovely design. I like the wonderful colours.ReplyDelete
Best regards Petra
OMGosh this card totally rocks. I love coffee cards and by far this is the best one I've seen. Your colouring is awesome and so are the colours. Love you used the step card technique.ReplyDelete
What a wonderful creation! So loved the elements that you brought all together to make this card a special work of art. TFSReplyDelete