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National Coffee Day with So Suzy Stamps

Hi Everyone,

it's National Coffee Day  - the perfect day to use So Suzy Stamps! 
I love this coffee cup and I made a messy background for it.


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My So Suzy stamps supplies:




I used photo paper and smooshed distress oxide ink and regular distress ink on it. This becomes almost dimensional on photo paper. You have to buff it after its dry, to get the oxide film off the paper. Added the heat embossed sentiment and a strip of patterned paper.


Yummy! Ready for some coffee?



Comments

Karen Sanville said…
Great card. Thank you for sharing.
Karen Sanville said…
great card thanks for sharing your talent
Debbie Rumpza said…
Great card! I love the background and that sentiment is always a good one.
thanks for explaining how you made the background on your wonderful coffee card. Happy National Coffee Day!
Cornelia, this is an amazing "soft" mixed media card. Coffee in the cup looks so realistic. - Sweet Kobylkin
conil said…
My, my, you made this look so delicious. Love the way those foamy bubbles look around the cup rim and warm background. Awesome.
Mac Mable said…
Sure does look like real coffee on your background. Thank you for the tip about the oxide and the photo paper x. Creative and wonderful card x.
Macimbalo said…
Cornelia, that background is amazing! I love your card so much!
2amscrapper said…
Cool technique for your background
MadeByMeghanK said…
Your background is sooooo cool! Great coffee card!
Scrapper69 said…
Fantastic Coffee Card! Love it!

Theresa
Mary Holshouser said…
Love the coffee stain around the cup.
The detail on the top of the coffee
is great. thanks for sharing
txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com
Viki Banaszak said…
What a great card! I love the way you did the background.
Jean said…
A stunning card!
Cynthia Cole said…
Loving your wonderful coffee card!
A lovely card. Great stamps, coloring, patterns, and design. Thanks for the inspiration!!!
I LOVE this awesome card! The perspective of the cup, combined with that coffee spill looks SO COOL! One of my very favorites from the entire hop!
Cindy Holmes said…
Fantastic card! I especially love the smooshing effect with the distressed inks that you did for your background! Very cool effect!
Lisa said…
Quite delicious! Gorgeous card!
I absolutely LOVE your "messy spilled coffee" background. It's fun and fabulous. Thanks for the inspiration with these great stamps.
Blessings,
Karen Letchworth
~amy~ said…
What a fun card, love the background and mix of stamps!
Arianna Barbara said…
Wow! Awesome card!!! Love your background!!!
Penny S said…
Great card - cute sentiment
Lisa Moline said…
I absolutely love the background you created - it looks just like coffee! Thanks for the great inspiration!
Beverly S. said…
Such a pretty coffee card....you did an amazing job with your background!!! Happy National Coffee Day!
Karenladd said…
This is such a beautiful card with that artsy background and coffee cup image, wow!
Nice card. I really like how you colored the coffee in the cup.

Have a wonderful day,
Jessica
Polka Dot Orchard
JessicaK said…
Fantastic background, perfect for the coffee
Christi said…
awesome card! I love the background! Thank you for sharing! New follower!
Sue D said…
Perfect background for this cute cup of coffee.
Anita in France said…
The coffee in the cup with the creamy top is delicious enough, Cornelia ... against that amazing background it's scrumptious! Hugs, Anita :)
Denise Bryant said…
Awesome card! Love the sentiment and the colors! The coffee design is fabulous!
Lucy E. said…
Wow-that ink smoosh looks like
real coffee! Awesome card!
SandiB said…
I love this card and the sentiment. Thanks for sharing with us.

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