Fall is my absolute favorite time of the year so I seem to own lots (and lots) of fall themed stamps. I really can't resist. Let's not even talk about Simon Says Stamp and Stamptember! Oy! My checkbook is crying! On to my card.
Since this fall hop is also coinciding with The Daily Marker 30 day challenge, I happened to have this lovely little coffee cup from Unity Stamps already stamped and colored. I originally stamped it on Bristol smooth cardstock with a dark brown ink. I then colored it using my Zig Clean Color Real Brush markers and a waterbrush. I cut it out using a die from Lawn Fawn's Stitched Rectangles and adhered it to a piece of Cajun Craze paper from Stampin Up!
The white layer is a piece of Canson XL watercolor paper. I put several leaves from the Autumn Flowers set by Clearly Besotted onto a block. I carefully inked them up with several different colors of Distress Oxide inks. I used Peeled Paint, Vintage Photo, Fired Brick, Seedless Preserves and Fossilized Amber. Before I stamped them on the paper I very lightly misted them with water. Stamped down in place and held it there for a moment or two. I repeated that step until I had it how I wanted. For added interest, I ran it through my Cuttlebug with a coffee bean embossing folder. I then used the Lawn Fawn Stiched Rectangle die to cut it out. I did go around the edge with the lightest of touch with the Vintage Photo. This layer was adhered onto a piece of Crumb Cake from Stampin Up which I also sponged with Vintage photo.
The bottom layer was also cut out using the Lawn Fawn Stitched Rectangle die out of Rich Razzleberry from Stampin up! This was adhered to the Crumb Cake card base which you don't see.
I dug through my many coffee sets and came up with this sentiment from Altenew. It comes from the Coffee Love set. One of my very favorites! I reached for several of the Distress Oxides to ink it up and stamp it onto watercolor paper. I wanted my browns to match so for the layer under the sentiment I sponged Vintage Photo onto watercolor paper. I added some gold drops before adhering it to the sentiment. Before I put the sentiment on the leaf layer, I added some flicks of gold. Can never have too much sparkle!
I added foam tape to most of the coffee cup layer and adhered it in place. Ta-da!! I had intended for this to be a quick card but it didn't work out that way. I do really love how it turned out though! And here's another photo from the side so you can see the embossed coffee beans.
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