Sunday, January 8, 2017

Sunday Sip and Share...Cuppa LOVE!

Hello there Coffee Loving Cardmakers!  I'm back with another Sunday Sip and Share and I'm featuring some yummy Fun Stampers Journey Products!  You know I LOVE me some mixed media so I decided to jump in and get my fingers messy this week!   I created a sweet little Valentine treat that is ready for special delivery!  

To create my mixed media card, I pulled some Whip Cream cardstock from my stash.  I used the large Polka Dot Wall stencil and Sweet Berry and Butter Cream Acrylic paint.  I used a wash and a brush to apply the Sweet Berry ink and then applied the Butter Cream with my finger.  
After the paint was dry, I splattered Gold, Silver and Cosmic Grape Silk onto this panel to create more dimension.  I also added some stamping by using one of my favorite background stamps Postage Stamp.   

Notice just an itty bitty bit of machine stitching up there?  Yeah, I added that to give the card some added texture and more "finishing touches".  To create the "banners", I used a bit of Vellum and Oatmeal Cookie Cardstock stamped with the same Postage Stamp image.  I also incorporated a bit of Black Licorice twine, Bubble Gum Satin Ribbon and some Sparkle Drops to make the panel complete.

I mounted the inky panel onto some Silver Pearled cardstock (retired) and applied it to a Hazelnut Blend card base.  YUMMY chocolatey bliss!
I hope you have enjoyed this creation today.  All of the products featured in this card creation can be purchased in my FSJ shop.  Just click any of the products featured and you'll be directed to the shop!If you're interested in joining the fun with my sketch challenge over at Coffee Loving Cardmakers, please make sure to post your creation before the end of the month.  I'll be giving one lucky participant a sweet treat!


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    1. Thanks so much. I tend to grab pink a lot. Pinks, blues and kraft...yum!


Thank you for taking the time to comment about my creations! I appreciate the feedback and LOVE. A stamp in the hand is a song in the heart. Kerry