Triple Tier Coffee Love!

June 26, 2017 0 Comments

Hello to all of you coffee loving card makers!  It’s Melody from Handmade Card Happiness and Instagram!
I am excited that Dare 2B Artzy is once again a super sponsor of the Coffee Lovers Blog Hop!

Since July is almost upon us, I decided to create a patriotic coffee card using two Dare 2B Artzy stamp sets, Perfect Blend and Cup of Cheer!

Don’t let the front of this card fool you!  Pull on the blue tab and…voila!

The cups were stamped with Totally Black Ink so I could color the images with Copic Markers!  I used the following Copics: (R14, R37, R59), (B23, B26, B99), and (C00, C3).

The stars were all created using paper punches.

The paper sizes can be found in the pdf below:
Triple Tier Slider Card

You can see a great video on how to assemble this card HERE!

Wishing you a fabulous Monday!  I hope it’s filled with great coffee!
Happy stamping…can’t wait to see what you create on the blog hop!  There are some fabulous prizes for the participants!
Melody





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