Welcome to Club Scrap's stop on the Spring/Summer Coffee Lover's Blog Hop! As a special treat, we have a trio of Coffeehouse projects to share. Most of the supplies used are from our December 2019 Coffeehouse collection.
Visit the Coffee Loving Card Makers blog for more caffeine-inspired projects!
Coffeehouse Projects Trio
The first project is a greeting card featuring Coffeehouse stamps. To create the background panel, apply Distress Oxide ink to watercolor paper and spritz with water. Stamp the cup "ring" and sentiment with Ground Espresso Oxide ink.
Ink the coffee cup image with Watermark ink and stamp onto dark brown paper. Sprinkle with white embossing powder, tap away the excess, and heat to melt.
The next project is a set of four "explosion" cards. Follow Club Scrap's Deluxe Card Making Formula #8 to trim six plain papers. Sort and assemble the cut pieces to build the card structures.
Use Earth and Red hybrid ink to stamp the interior panels. The card creates an "explosion" when opened . Fun, right?
My final project is an adorable mini squash book. This sweet little book measures 3.25" square. Decorate inside and outside with artwork printed from the Brewed Awakenings hybrid kit.
Untie the ribbon closure to open the book.
Construct the inside pages by origami folding three 6 x 6" Latte plains. Connect them using Bookbinding Glue in a needle-tipped applicator. Trim 2.75" square inside panels from coordinating paper. Cut select panels on the diagonal to fit the folded sections.
Glue a length of red satin ribbon between a decorative panel and the cover to create the closure.
Wrap 3.25" mat board squares to create the front and back covers. (Mine is wrapped in custom-tinted handmade paper made with Arnold Grummer's PaperMill kit.)
There's never been a better time to gather supplies from Club Scrap's December 2019 collection to make your own Coffeehouse projects. Create cards, pages or gifts perfect for your favorite caffeine-lover! See all the projects at the Coffee Loving Card Makers blog .