Friday, July 20, 2018

Fun Stampers Journey + Coffee Loving Papercrafters Blog Hop

Today the Coffee Loving Cardmakers team is pairing up with Fun Stampers Journey for a super fun and inspirational blog hop. You should have come here from Lori Turner's blog.


I absolutely love, love, love the quality of FSJ products. Their stamps are sooooo fleepin' cute and I can't wait to show you what I made with thier die cuts, too!



I inked up the Coffee Helps stamp set using some Walnut Stain Distress Inks. 

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I painted in the plate using some gold Distress Paint to give it a pop o' elegance and then I splashed the same gold paint on a Hello Word Bubble wooden embellishment. 


A little stamping in the background with the coffee stain stamp, and then some more gold paint and viola! I a clean and simple mixed media card with a whole lotta personality. 


Since clean and simple cards are the complete opposite of my normal style, I had to go back to layering it up and my next card is a shabby chic creation. 


Layers and layers and burlap and twine and lace and die cuts - oh my!!! 

I used the Coffee Helps die set and some pretty paper from Bo Bunny to create my coffee mug.

Fun Stampers Journey is giving away a $25 gift card to a lucky hopper! So hop along, comment on all the blogs, and get some inspiration! Comments close on July 27.

Next up is Dana Gong's blog

Happy Hopping!

63 comments:

  1. Loving your backgrounds and all those layers!

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  2. Wonderful cards showcasing such talent. From clean and simple to gorgeous and layers. Just love them!

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  3. I feel ya on the Clean and Simple. I just can't seem to go there either ha ha ha! Love the chocolate color on the Hello veneer bubble. Can we just have a whole box of those Hello and Smile bubbles???

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  4. Thank you for sharing your inspiration pieces, your cards are so beautiful!

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  5. Becca, your projects are fabulous!

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  6. I love your strong styles and colors! You have given me a new approach to card making!

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  7. I love the layering and the soft colors.

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  8. Wow, I am loving these cards!

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  9. Anything red and black and I'm going to fall in love with it! So many really cool ideas. Such inspiration!

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  10. Your shabby chic card reminds me of the Pioneer Woman's line of housewares. I LOVE it. Thank you for the inspiration and showing of the FSJ products. Great ideas! ~ Carrie from CarrieStamps

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  11. The shabby chic card with the doily speaks to me!! I love that!
    -Alissa from Paisley Papyrus

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  12. Great cards. I love the red printed paper.

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  13. Wonderful cards. They are so different from each other but I like both of them. LOVE the hello die cut.

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  14. I usually don’t like shabby chic, but I love that card!

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  15. Oh I LOVE these cards!! The layers and the fun coffee stamps are fabulous!

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  16. CAS is not easy! lol Love the gold. But your shabby chic card ... LOVE!
    Love all the textures.

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  17. First card--simple and wonderful...second card, wonderful mix, just perfectly done! Wow!

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  18. I am in awed by the lovely cards you creates.

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  19. Love the dimension of the sentiment on your first amazing card Becca! But holy smokes, the colors and design on your second card are spectacular ~ swoon!!

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  20. Love these! Love the gold ... and that cool background... and you know my heart is with the layers too...lol! Beautiful!

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  21. Love your use of printed papers - so pretty!

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  22. Fabulous both, Becca!! CAS aren't your "normal" style, but this one looks so classy! Love the shabby card, too and that burlap background is amazing!

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  23. Awesome. Love the colors Thanks for sharing.

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  24. The layering on your card is PHENOMENAL! I love it! Shabby Chic!

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  25. AWESOME SAUCE CARDS! I am especially loving the second card with such a BEAUTIFUL floral background paper!

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  26. Awesome cards!! Very unique designs!!

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  27. Fantastic cards! Love your eclectic style, so beautifully executed.

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  28. Oh my goodness super fun cards. The burlap and twine YEeeees

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  29. Love your pretty cards! Those papers on your second card are gorgeous! Great designs!

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  30. Distress Ink love it!! I use it all the time on my mini albums. Can't say it enough-love the Shabby Chic- one of my favorite styles! Awesome cards!

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  31. Gorgeous cards. All are so well designed.

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  32. Love both of your cards, Becca!! The second on is my favorite!! :)

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  33. Love the title of your blog! I checked out the rest of your blog, your cards are super.

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  34. those cards are so nice!
    hugs

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  35. Great cards. I like the coffee stains background and touch of gold on the first and the layers on the second.

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  36. Oh, I love all of the texture you created on these cards!

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  37. background. Cards, different ideas.

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  38. These cards look great! I really like the cute coffee rings and drips! Too cute!

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  39. Such fabulous and beautiful coffee cards Becca!!!

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  40. In love with your grungy style! Thank you for the inspiration.

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  41. The style! very different. love them.

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  42. Amazing cards, love your layering!

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  43. Becca, both cards are fantastic!!!

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  44. Oh my goodness!! I loved the graphics of the first but the mix of patterns on the second is fabulous!!! Amazing!

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  45. Not everything has to be clean and simple. Love mixed media and distress inks. Love your shabby chic layers. Your blog name cracks me up !

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  46. The flowered papers are wonderful!!!!!! Nice idea.

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  47. Great cards with lots of super cool details.

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  48. So in love with the shabby chic card!

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