Monday, October 5, 2015
It's Pumpkin-everything season! I must admit it was hard to say goodbye to summer, until I started thinking of pumpkin flavored treats, sweater weather, wearing cozy scarves and wearing boots again. With the changing of the guard, season's wise, comes the changing of Starbucks flavors and their fun cups.
Lisa decided to make a fun project of the decorated cup she got at Starbucks. I love what she did with the project and how she interpreted the art into a card form using DeNami. This would be a fun challenge to do.
Read about her project here:
Hey there! It’s Lisa P. My husband and I recently stopped in our local Starbucks on a chilly morning to pick up a tea and coffee. When I saw their new Autumn-themed cups, I squealed with delight. They are so festive and fun, and they are the inspiration behind my card for today.
Here’s the cup:
And here’s my card:
I stamped the images from the PF21 Autumn Stamp Set on the bottom portion of a blank white card. I masked off the images with some stamping mask paper and then stamped the J16 Small Splatter over top. I removed the masks and added bits of yellow, orange, red, and brown color to the images with markers. I also added some small dots to the images with a fine-tip black pen---a fun little detail that I noted about the images on the cup. To finish, I stamped the E144 Thankful For You sentiment and rounded all four corners of my card base.
Here’s a look at the card and cup together:
I had so much fun creating this card and absolutely LOVE how we are surrounded by inspiration in our everyday lives! I hope you like what I’ve shared today. Thanks so much for visiting!
DeNami Design Supplies:
Stamps: PF21 Autumn Stamp Set, E144 Thankful For You, J16 Small Splatter
Ink: TK-VF082 Onyx Black Versafine (Tsukineko)
Cardstock: PC21 White Cards
Black Dye Ink, Markers, Pen, Corner Rounder, Stamping Mask Paper
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