I Love Brew Cuppa Friendship Card // 2018 Fall & Winter Coffee Lovers Blog Hop

Hey, caffeine-loving friends!

I am super excited today because I’m participating in another Coffee Lovers Blog Hop hosted by Amy Tsuruta! This is one of my favorite events to take part in because coffee is my everything. In fact, I’m already thinking about tomorrow’s cup. I try to limit myself to one per day otherwise I get a little too jittery, LOL.

Let’s get started…

I Love Brew Cuppa Friendship Card for the 2018 Fall | Winter Coffee Lovers Blog Hop on www.rightathomeshop.com/blog

To start my card I stamped one of the girl images from Cuppa Friendship onto her coordinating die-cut in an alcohol marker-friendly ink. Then I started coloring her in! This is the most time-consuming part of this card, but is best enjoyed with some music playing and (you guessed it) a fresh brew sitting nearby.

I Love Brew Cuppa Friendship Card for the 2018 Fall | Winter Coffee Lovers Blog Hop on www.rightathomeshop.com/blog

After my coffee cutie was all colored I started assembling my focal panel. I cut a piece of A2 white cardstock with my Scallop Stitches Die Set. Along the bottom of the panel I spelled out the word “brew” with my Folk Alphabet Solid stamp set. I didn’t stamp them quite yet as I wanted to be sure I spaced them evenly. Once I had it just perfect, I stamped each letter using my Mini MISTI and a variety of ink colors that matched my girl.

I Love Brew Cuppa Friendship Card for the 2018 Fall | Winter Coffee Lovers Blog Hop on www.rightathomeshop.com/blog

After I stamped “brew” I also stamped the letter “I” above it, but off to the left. My thought was the phrase would read “I (love) brew”, but instead of putting “love” I would put the girl holding a mug! Pretty cute, huh?!

I Love Brew Cuppa Friendship Card for the 2018 Fall | Winter Coffee Lovers Blog Hop on www.rightathomeshop.com/blog

Once I was finished stamping the solid letters I moved on to the detail layers using Folk Alphabet Detail. I adhered this panel onto a kraft cardbase and popped the girl up using foam tape. Around her I popped up three hearts that are also included in the stamp set.

Watch me assemble this caffeine-tastic card in my process video below…it may even be set to coffeehouse-inspired music

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Ready for another cup? Then head on over to the Coffee Lovers Blog here to continue on the hop!

There’s a variety of prizes up for grabs including a $20 gift certificate to the Right at Home shop so don’t miss out!

Hugs,

Nicole

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Find the Beauty Card Trio by Deepti Stephens

Hello there everyone!

This is Deepti Stephens and I am so happy that I am guest designing for one of my favourite stamp companies, Right at Home. Today, I have three cards to share with you all.

So let's get started! :)

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For my first card, I stamped floral images from the Find the Beauty stamp set and layered the colors with the variety of Catherine Pooler inks - It's a Girl, Party Dress, Rockin' Red, Mint to be, Lime Rickey and Midnight.

Find the Beauty Card Trio by Deepti Stephens // rightathomeshop.com/blog

I took a navy blue cardstock and white embossed the sentiment. I adhered all the floral images in the form of the wreath, a kind of semi-wreath. 

Find the Beauty Card Trio by Deepti Stephens // rightathomeshop.com/blog

And finally embellished the card with a few clear sequins.

Here's my video tutorial for this card...

Here comes the second card!

Find the Beauty Card Trio by Deepti Stephens // rightathomeshop.com/blog

On a light grey card stock, I stamped the Grid Background Stamp set in Midnight ink.

Find the Beauty Card Trio by Deepti Stephens // rightathomeshop.com/blog

I stamped the leaves on a green card stock from Find the Beauty with the Grass Skirt ink, fussy cut it and adhered over the second smaller panel.

Find the Beauty Card Trio by Deepti Stephens // rightathomeshop.com/blog

Finally. stamped the sentiment with Midnight Ink and embellished with pink sequins. Those pink sequins look like pretty flowers, right!

And for my third card...

Find the Beauty Card Trio by Deepti Stephens // rightathomeshop.com/blog

I applied strokes of blue water color on a white card base. Later, I added splatters of black ink.

Find the Beauty Card Trio by Deepti Stephens // rightathomeshop.com/blog

I stamped the sentiment and other images on a white card stock with Midnight ink, fussy cut it and popped over the main card base.

Find the Beauty Card Trio by Deepti Stephens // rightathomeshop.com/blog

I colored the envelopes with Sizzix Permanent Red Marker. The stamp set I used is from Happy Mail Year 2.

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And that's all for today. Thank you so much Nicole for giving me this wonderful opportunity. I hope you all liked my projects and got inspired.

Thanks once again for visiting! :)

Deepti

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Freshly Picked Seasonal Wreath Card // Right at Home Stamps + Catherine Pooler Ink Blog Hop

Edit: The winner of the giveaway is Denise Bryant! Thanks for hopping along and commenting if you did so!

Hello, hello, HELLO!

I'm super excited to be posting today as I am hosting a collaboration blog hop with the Catherine Pooler Creative Team! Today, myself along with a ton of CP designers are sharing projects featuring Right at Home stamps and Catherine Pooler Designs Premium Dye Inks which are now available in the Right at Home shop!

I can not wait to see what everyone created, but before I hop along myself let me show you what I created!

Let's get started...

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I started off by stamping the smallest butterfly from my Fluttering By stamp set in different shades of blue from Catherine's ink collection. I used Black Jack for the body, Mint to Be for the base of the wings, and Aquatini over top to add some life to the butterfly. I also added a detail layer to the body of the butterfly with a crisp black ink like Midnight. 

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Next came a ton of floral and leaf stamping with images from my Freshly Picked stamp set. For all the leaves, stems, etc. I used Green Tea (my favoritest green shade ever) and Eucalyptus for those images that had a second layer. The single floral image used Sauna, the berries used both It's a Girl and Polished, the largest flower used Polished and Sauna, and the teeny tiny purple flower used Sweet Sixteen, Pixie Dust, and Flirty Fuchsia. 

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For the banner I decided to bring in some more shades of yellow so I grabbed Shea Butter for the base and tail ends (double stamped) and Sauna, again, for the shadow. Over top I stamped a greeting from my Thanks a Bunch set and curved it to match the curve of the banner. 

I wanted to create a base for all my stamped images so I pulled out the wreath die from my Seasonal Wreath Die Set and die-cut from some cardstock that I had inked with Green Tea ink. I did a direct ink pad to paper technique to really transfer the color. I also die-cut two additional wreaths from white cardstock to layer underneath so it would pop off the card. 

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I assembled all of my elements onto a piece of textured white cardstock that I die-cut with a stitched rectangle die from my Find the Beauty Die Set. I used both liquid glue and foam tape to adhere everything. Once I had finally achieved an arrangement I liked, I glued the panel onto a yellow cardbase and my card was finished!

Watch me build this sweet spring wreath card in my process video below...

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Now it's time to get hopping! Make sure to click over to each of Catherine Pooler's Creative Team member's blogs to see how they used both Right at Home stamps and CP inks to create their gorgeous projects!

For those that hop along and comment will be entered to win an item of their choice from the newest Right at Home release! Which includes a lot of the items used on my card today BTW!

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I truly hope you enjoy today's hop. We all worked so hard on bringing you a day of fun and inspiration using some amazing products. I feel so lucky to get to collaborate with such talented designers like the CP team and Catherine herself so today is definitely a pinch me moment. 

Let me know what you think of my card in the comments below!

Nicole

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P.S. If you want to see a ton of other cards I've created using CP inks, I created an entire category for them that you can view here.