Coffee Time Rubber Stamp Set Ideas

Darkroom Door - Monday, July 27, 2015
Hi there! Today we are taking time to smell the coffee with lots of stunning projects using the Coffee Time Rubber Stamp Set

Susie Campbell has used rich colours to create this card:

Create a background on white cardstock using the hearts and cross stitch borders from Stitched Border stamp set, along with the coffee cup, coffee stain and coffee beans.  Swipe edges with beige and dark brown inks. Stamp the take away coffee cups twice and colour with water colour pencils and a water brush. When dry, trim to size. Stamp the coffee bean border stamp a few times and fussy cut around the borders. Stamp the sentiment, 'Take time to smell the coffee' onto a separate panel and swipe edges with beige and dark brown ink. Affix the sentiment, take away cups and coffee beans to the background panel and layer onto fabric. Mount onto dark red card and embellish a take away cup with dark red heart. 

Susie has created a tag, perfect for adding to wrapped gifts! 

Create a background on a shipping tag using the coffee beans stamps along with the word stamp, 'Spill the beans!'. Swipe the edges of the tag with beige ink. Stamp the coffee cup onto patterned paper and trim around the image. Layer this onto tag along with a small paper doily. Choose an image from Sweet Treats montage, trim it and affix it to a small tag that has been coloured with ink. Add this to the tag. Embellish with ribbon, lace and a few scattered dark brown coffee beans. 

Connie Mercer has created two fun cards to share:

Stamp travel coffee mug on Kraft cardstock. Cut out. Stamp sentiment and cut out. Stamp coffee beans on cardstock mat. Stamp stitched border down all sides of mat. Create card. Add corners and small ink splats. Girl image is from Graphic 45 paper.

Stamp  Gazette Background on white cardstock.  Trim out.  Stamp two coffee cups on white cardstock and cut them out.  Cut out the centre part of the coffee cup and use it as a mask, while stamping the Flourish Texture stamp over the cup.  Use a Stamp Marker pen and color in the flower and stem. Stamp on white cardstock and cut out. Stamp sentiment.  Create card.  Add Coffee Stain Eclectis stamp.  

Next we have some fabulous cards by Anneke De Clerck:

Apply pink, orange, magenta, titanium buff and white paint to a card base with a key card/plastic card. Create squares by sponging through the 'Mini Mosaic Squares' stencil with white paint. Add numbers with StazOn Ink 'Cherry Pink' and the 'Schoolhouse' stencil. Paint a scrap of paper with white paint and stamp the coffee cup on top with Archival Ink 'Jet Black'. Cut out and adhere to the bottom of the card. Outline the squares with a black fineliner and stamp the text in the right upper corner.

Apply pink, orange, titanium buff and white paint to the background with a key card/plastic card. Overstamp randomly with white coffee stains. Paint three scraps of paper: one with pink, one with orange and one with magenta paint. Use a nearly dry brush and don't clean the brush in between for a shabby look. Stamp the coffee cups on top. Cut out a pink saucer and an orange and magenta cup. Use an exacto knife to cut out 'the coffee' from the lower cup, in order to pile the cups. Arrange/layer saucer and cups to the card. Glue down and use foam tape to adhere the upper cup. Stamp the text to the bottom of the card with Archival Ink 'Jet Black'. Draw dashes with a fineliner. Add a Tim Holtz Sculpture Flower to finish off.

Supplies Used:
Darkroom Door Coffee Time Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Stitched Borders Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Brushed Daisies Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Gazette Background Stamp
Darkroom Door Flourish Texture Stamp
Darkroom Door Coffee Stain Eclectic Stamp
Aquash brush
Black Fude Ball pen
Archival Ink: Jet Black
Staz On Ink: Cherry Pink
Watercolour Pencils
Paper: Graphic 45
Tim Holtz Layering Stencil: Schoolhouse
The Crafters Workshop Stencil: Mini Mosaic Squares
Royal Talens Amsterdam Acrylics: Pink, Orange, Titanium White, Titanium Buff
Golden Acrylics: Fluorescent Magenta

So... after seeing all of these wonderful projects, I think it's now... coffee time! 

Thanks for stopping by today!


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