Friday, June 5, 2015

Sending A Whole Latte Love Your Way




Stenciling is not my go to stamp supply, but I have decided to work more with my stencils. Using Worn Lipstick DI and a stencil, I sponged a darker center and faded to the outside of the card. A black strip of paper, a Tim Holtz Scribbles die cut, steam and sentiment were added. This follows the STAMPlorations Monthly sketch #35 design so I stamped their Latte Love and sentiment, cut out the cup and popped up.





Sending A Whole Latte Love Your Way is linked to:
STAMPlorations Monthly Challenge #35 http://stamplorations.blogspot.com/2015/06/sketch-challenge-35.html
Stamplorationshttp://stamplorations.blogspot.com/p/stamplorations-anything-goes-challenge.html

45 comments:

  1. loving all the pink and great background.. cute card..

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  2. Oooh what a pretty card! Nice work :)

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  3. Great color combination! Fun design!

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  4. I love all the pink and this background is fantastic! Such a great card! XX

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  5. Love your pretty in pink card, Jerrie, also the way your background turned out! Happy hopping!

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  6. so pretty, fab background !

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  7. Awesome use of the stencil....looks awesome!
    Thanks for linking up to the Summer Coffee Lovers Blog Hop♡

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  8. Love the background. Well done.

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  9. WOW!! Love how soft this turned out. And by adding the black it just pulls everything together. TFS

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  10. Love the background like that~turned out amazing:)

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  11. Oh my gosh!! Now I have the Led Zepplin song "Whole Lotta Love" running thru my brain!! That's okay, I like that song! Love the background you created and the cheerful color of your coffee cup and background!

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  12. After seeing your stencil, I'm tempted to do more myself! Love this color too. Such a fun card! Great take on the sketch. Bev

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  13. Love the scribble die behind you carton of coffee and the pink inked background.
    Thanks for sharing with us at STAMPlorations.:)

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  14. Well it's going to be a go-to stamping supply if you keep making stunning creations like this!!! Perfect use of the STAMPlorations sketch challenge, too!

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  15. Love love love the scribble die cut behind this coffee cup and the fact that you made your card PINK!! So adorable!

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  16. Awesome background...I would've never guessed stenciling isn't your thing! You totally worked it!

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  17. Love that background, cool card x

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  18. Love the colors on this...great background!

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  19. Lovely in pink, beautiful stenciling!

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  20. Oh I love the colors and how you did the background to match the coffee cup. Beautiful !

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  21. Beautiful! I love the soft, pretty colors and fun sentiment!

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  22. Beautiful! I like the colors and design. :-D

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  23. Nice! I love your little swirls of steam; they add just the right touch to your card.

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  24. What a little beauty! Loving the pink!

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  25. Such a beautiful card. Such a great background.

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  26. Beautiful card, love that background! Thanks for sharing! ~Annie

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  27. Wonderful card! The background looks fabulous!

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  28. very pretty, love the background

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  29. This card turned out so awesome!!! Love that cool stencil you used and how fun it made this card look!! Way to go on the stenciling - AWESOME!!!

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  30. Very pretty card. Love that background ♥

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  31. Beautiful colors and design, I love it

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  32. Love your CAS card, and the stenciled background looks fab!

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  33. So sweet and cute card!!! TFS!!

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  34. Love the combination of stamp and stencil hear Jerrie.
    Thanks for sharing with us at STAMPlorations. :)

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  35. VERY nice background and collage elements! Thanks for playing at STAMPlorations!

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  36. Jerrie, I have a question for you about this card. Can you send me your email address?

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