Coffee Lovers Fall Blog Hop

We are happy to be participating again in the Coffee Lovers Blog Hop and cheers to the Fall season! Welcome if this is your first time visiting our site. We love coffee and the Fall season and couldn't wait to share with you a card
using a couple of our Texture Sets.
We love to create different backgrounds and thought it would be fun to show you the steps we take when stamping a background like this and how you really can't go wrong. It will turn out regardless of the combination of stamps that you put together.
Here is the order that I stamped all of the different backgrounds and the ink colors below.
Step 1:  using our new Texture 3 set and stamping this lovely dashed cluster type stamp in Fresh Ink turquoise ink.
Step 2: This stamp is from our Texture 1 set and I stamped in Fresh Ink succulent
Step 3: Back to using the Texture 3 set and Fresh Ink teal
Step 4: Texture 3 with Fresh Ink lime
Step 5: Texture 3 with Fresh Ink aloe
Step 6: Texture 1 with Fresh Ink island - use this bigger size to fill in the rest of the spaces that you feel like need to be filled in. Remember you can't go wrong.
And it's fun to stamp over the different shapes creating more depth and various shades. This is 5 different shapes with 5 different colors. Fresh Ink is an ink line by Impress Cards and Crafts - it's a pigment ink so it lends itself to create the paint type look.
Thanks for stopping by! Contest ends on September 22nd, check back to see who the lucky winner is. You can also visit the Coffee Loving Cardmakers site for a list of everyone that is particpating in the hop and the details to win!

55 comments

  • I love these colors. Finding true colors is so hard, these are clear and vibrant.

    Dawn Jones
  • That’s lovely card.thank you for being super sponzor for Coffee lovers blog hop!

    Shylaashree
  • sweet! reminds me of Arizona!

    Dawn E
  • Love the background that you created for your lovely card!! Thank you for being a Super Sponsor!!

    Lori Kobular
  • Love your background. Thanks for tutorial and being a sponsor on this wonderful blog hop.

    Tracie C.

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