I Love You a Latte

I love bright colors – I started out playing along with The Play Date Cafe’s challenge this week to use the colors black and white with a “splash” of pink – I missed the word splash so I won’t be entering this card in their challenge.  But that’s okay as I found Die  Cutting Divas color challenge to use 2 of the 4 colors; pink, red, black and white.  I really love how the bright, fushia pink contrasts with the black and white.

I’m using this week’s sketch from Pixie Dust Studio.  I’m using up some bits of PTI paper that I have leftover from a previous card.

This cutey-patootie is  a digi stamp from Pollycraft.  I colored the image with copics and paper-pieced the dress.

I embossed the two white panels using a Stampin’ Up embossing plate.  The black panel is embossed using Cuttlebug’s Mosaic Texture embossing folder.  The sentiment was computer generated, printed and die cut using the smallest of the long rectangles from Spellbinder.

I added a narrow ribbon to string on the tag from MFT.  The die is MFT’s notched die tag and it comes with 8 different dies to cut out the center of the die, I chose this die set using a Simon Says gift certificate.  I die cut the tag twice, once with the polka dot DP and the second time with black cardstock.  On the black tag I die cut the heart – such a cute look.  An added bonus with the small dies is they can be used indepentantly of the the tag – I can’t wait to use the duckie!  I added a bow to top off the die.

I’m so glad you stopped by – hopefully this weekend I’ll get a chance to play a bit more!  Dee


Our Daily Bread – HEART; E-Embossing, R-Ribbon, T-Tag     Simon Says – Tag It

Totally Stampalicious – Texture       Digital Tuesday – Use your Stash

Inky Impressions – Use Punches or Dies     Crafty Sentiments – Love

The House that Stamps Built – Use Leftovers      Delightful Sketches – Use your Scraps


12 thoughts on “I Love You a Latte

  1. What a fun card! Love that adorable image and your design is terrific. I especially love the texture you added with the embossing. Thanks so much for sharing this with us at Inky Impressions.
    Sharon, II-DT


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