So Much COFFEE!!!!

I have had the sassiest coffee stamp set from Ink Road Stamps for about two years and never played with it until now. I like that it comes with sentiments and an option to swap out what each mug says. In addition there are quite a few options for coffee drinks. There is a mug, paper hot coffee cup and once for iced. These are the cards I created with this fun set!

The above cards were created with die cuts from Stamps of Life. Though I am not affiliated with them, they have some of my favorite die cuts for card making in the industry.

These two cards were created with one die cut set from Ink Road stamps on Rinea Foiled Paper that I used alcohol ink to create the background.

Please check out the video I created demonstrating how to color these sassy coffee drinks in here.

What’s your favorite coffee based drink? Tell me in the comments! I like straight up iced coffee with nothing in it. I am hardcore like that!

Until next time ~ Happy Crafting

Alcohol Markers for Novice

Stamping images is fun. Coloring them in is not. At least that is the case in my craft room. Coloring is one of my least favorite things about crafting. There I said it. I don’t like to color. It is a necessary evil in my world. With that being said I have learned a few tips over the years to help get me through it and from time to time I do enjoy it.

I created this tutorial for the Rise and Shine Facebook group on how to color skin and black hair. You can watch it here.

I created a few tags with this process. Here are the pictures:

The tags were created from backgrounds I made.

For each image on the tags I added glitter glue to the hair and a little liquid glass to the eyess

These are some of my favorite images to color. They are Rita Barakat stamps from Technique Junkies. They are deep etched and give a nice sharp image. Make sure you check out her website for more inspiration!

Until next time ~ Happy Crafting!