Nov 02 2019

A Cup of Java – by Deb Saaranen

(Find our original Coffee Lovers Blog Hop post here)

We are so happy to have Deb Saaranen back with us. She has been living in various places around the globe for the past nine years and is finally home for good — YAY!!! The card she made has been entered into the Coffee Lovers Blog Hop and I wanted to share it here, too. It uses our A Cup of Java die set and some pretty fabulous papers from Craft Consortium. Take a look:

Deb’s card is square and a fairly simple make using just dies – no stamping at all!

The beautiful papers are from a pad called Eastern Influences by Craft Consortium.

Can’t tell you how much I love that large mug and die cut JAVA from those papers.

To create this “thick” JAVA, Deb cut it three times using watercolor paper (which is substantially thicker than a standard card stock) and then cut once more from the designer paper, gluing them all together using a Quickie Glue Pen.

{{{ LOVE }}} this look! So stunning and rich!

You can find Deb’s post on her blog here.

Deb used:

Dies: A Cup of Java (Coffee) by Stamp Simply Clear Stamps

Fishtail Sentiment Banners by Stamp Simply Clear Stamps

Spellbinders Hemstitch Rectangle by Becca Feeken, Amazing Paper Grace

Paper: Eastern Influences by Craft Consortium

Ranger Watercolor PaperON SALE!

Adhesives: Quickie Glue Pen3D Foam Squares, Scor Tape

Eastern Influences by Craft Consortium (check them all out – lovely papers!)

This pad features lovely, lovely prints in a bit darker tones.

This will coordinate beautifully with either of the Grunge collections – light or dark.

A Cup of Java (Coffee) by Stamp Simply Clear Stamps

Deb used the die set today, but we do have a coordinating stamp set as well.

Available individually or bundled.

These sets coordinate beautifully with our previous coffee sets called Coffee or Tea?

You will be able to mix and match both sets of stamps and dies for truly endless possibilities!

Find all coffee themed products in stock here.

Fishtail Sentiment Banners steel dies by Stamp Simply Clear Stamps

This is a set of 10 nested fishtail sentiment banners designed to fit a large variety of sentiments.

These dies are perfect for sentiments but also make great add-on embellishments for all your projects, too.

Find ALL Stamp Simply Clear Stamps/Dies here.

Spellbinders Hemstitch Rectangle by Becca Feeken, Amazing Paper Grace

Find the series of all 4 basic Hemstitch shapes here – ALL DISCOUNTED!

 All Spellbinders Products always reducedfind all Spellbinders dies here.

All items available at The Stamp Simply Ribbon Store, as linked.

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WHAT ELSE IS GOING ON?

Check out our NEWEST release, Fruit of Spirit.

3 stamp sets, available individually or bundled, allow you to create projects with beautiful fruit images, punny sentiments for a bit of fun, or scripture verses to convey a more heart-warming message.

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We have embellishments galore, ink, glitter, stamps, dies and so much more!

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I think you’ll be AMAZED at what $1, $3 or $5 can get you!!!

(In stock items only, while supplies last.)

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Have a wonderful day and enjoy that cup of JAVA!

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3 responses so far

3 Responses to “A Cup of Java – by Deb Saaranen”

  1. Sue D says:

    Wonderful card with beautiful papers.

  2. Celeste Herrin says:

    Oh my goodness, so adorable, yet sophisticated!! Thank you so much for the inspiration.

  3. Amy Tsuruta says:

    beautiful! I’m going to share with the Coffee Loving Papercrafters FB group!

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