Spring & Summer Coffee Lovers Blog Hop Day 1 – Coffee Cards In 2 Ways With Cutting Files

The Cut Shoppe

Hello everyone… Welcome to the Spring/Summer Coffee Lovers Blog Hop!!! It is a 1-week long link up party where you can participate and find inspirations from other coffee/tea/cocoa loving cardmakers and papercrafters. And… LOTS of prizes to win from amazing Super Sponsors!

Where: Coffee Loving Cardmakers Blog

When: Friday, May 25th – Friday, June 1st, 2018

Time: 6 am pacific

Theme: Spring / Summer

Any projects use: coffee, tea and/or cocoa images

Today I have 2 cards that I created using the Espresso Yourself Cutting File, one of the new cutting files from The Cut Shoppe that just released last week. I am sharing this project over The Cut Shoppe blog.

On these cards, I am using both positive and negative cuts. This way, you can use to make 2 cards with just 1 cutting file. I modified the Espresso Yourself cutting file a little bit to create these cut outs. Instead of the steamy heart image, I replaced it with one of the mugs from the Cuppa Joe cutting file.

On this first card, I added the words on dark brown/white polkadots paper with dries-clear adhesive glue. After that I fussy cut the extra paper off the words.

I added some shadow on the words using Vintage Photo Distress Ink and foam applicator. After that I added on the card with 3D foam tape for extra dimension to them. I love how those words turned out, they look like chipboard words. On the background, I added a softer look patterned paper.

On this second card, I added the cut out panel on a light brown/white polkadots patterned paper with dries clear adhesive glue and then I added the whole panel on a white card.

Using digital cutting files, it quick and easy way to create handmade cards. Here are The Cut Shoppe cutting files that I use on my cards today:

Thank you so much for stopping by today. Hope you all have a fabulous caffeinated day!








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