Saturday, November 4, 2017

MFT November Release Countdown--Day 3




We're halfway to My Favorite Things November Release! Ready for another peek?


Today I'm sharing a card using Coffee Date, with whimsical images of coffee cups,
mugs, and accessories--a caffeine lover's delight!



I stamped some of the images in the set on watercolor card stock and used Copic
markers to color them in. I was inspired by my coloring guru friend Alice Wertz
and her Copic coloring that resembles "loose" watercoloring.


The panel was cut with an A2 rectangle die and adhered to a Latté card base.
The sentiment was stamped on a stitched fishtail banner and popped up on
 the card. Brown hearts were stamped to fill in the spaces between the images.

Be sure to stop by today's countdown post at My Favorite Things for more
inspiration from the Creative Team and leave a comment for a chance to win
a $75 prize! Thanks for stoppin' by today!


16 comments:

  1. Absolutely gorgeous! Love the colors and the beautiful coloring.

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  2. Great composition that makes me thirsty!

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  3. Great composition that makes me thirsty!

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  4. wonderful card but next time maybe it could be tea instead of coffee.
    stamping sue
    http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

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  5. Wow, never thought about using copic's on water color paper it turned out really great

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  6. Beautiful happy card!Perfect way to invite someone for tea/coffee! :)

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  7. ... in my fondest dreams, Donna! What a darling card, beautifully colored, perfectly stamped!
    =]

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  8. Delightful card, Donna. The perfect background for this sentiment. Can't wait to see what else will be coming! tfs

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  9. I love this - and I did think, at first, it was watercoloured!

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  10. Love this Donna! I might have to try and case this one!

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  11. I love the layout! It also makes me want coffee.

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  12. Wow, your copic coloring does look like loose watercoloring! Great spacing and orientation of the stamped images! Hideko

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