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Coffee Cup Tutorial and Template

        



Coffee Cup Card
addINKtive designs
Created by: Bronwyn Eastley

Stamp Set: Patterned Occasions (SAB)
Ink: Stampin’ Write Markers – Tangerine Tango, Pool Party (PP), Island Indigo
Card Stock: Sahara Sand (SS), Whisper White (WW), Tangerine Tango (TT), Island Indigo (II)
Accessories: Coffee Cup Template, Sycamore Street Designer Series Paper (DSP) and Tangerine Tango Ribbon, 1 ¼” and 1 3/8” Circle Punches, 1 ¾” Scallop Circle Punch, Dimensionals, Sticky Strip, Bone Folder

Instructions for Making the Coffee Cup Card (RHS) –
1. Print out the template onto an A4 sheet of SS and WW. Alternatively, you could trace the images onto a piece of plastic sheeting using a permanent fine line marker and trace around them. Cut out one card base in SS a lid from WW and a cozy from DSP.
2. Using your bone folder, make a crease in the lid across the middle section and glue to the top of the card front.
3. Attach the DSP coffee cozy onto the middle section of the cup and adhere two rows of TT ribbon to the top and bottom of the cozy.
4. Colour in the coffee cup stamp but not the sentiment, with TT and PP Stampin’ Write Markers and stamp onto WW card stock. Punch out the image with a 1 ¼” Circle Punch.
5. Punch out a TT circle using the 1 3/8” Circle Punch and an II Scallop Circle (1 ¾”). Glue the layers together but do not attach to the card until you have stamped the sentiment.
6. Clean your stamp well before inking up the sentiment with an II marker and use your Stamp-a-ma-jig to stamp it in the centre below the cozy.
7. Attach your coffee cup image to the middle of the cozy with Dimensionals (foam dots).
8. The card can stand upright quite well without support.
This is quite an easy card for a Make ‘n’ Take and it demonstrates the following techniques – Colouring on stamps, using the Stamp-a-ma-jig, using punches to layer, making a shaped card without a die.

(If you would like the template just hop over to my new blog at addinktivedesigns.com and download one for free from my Tutorial Shop).

That’s all there is to it. Enjoy!


Comments

Laraine R said…
I would love a template! Thank you so much! My email is spinners at myclearwave dot net
GAZ said…
I really like your coffee cups and the way you designed them. Please send me the template when you get time. You have a great blog. Thanks for all you share!
GlendaJ
Bronwyn Eastley said…
Hi Glenda, you never gave me an email address :(
Unknown said…
I love your coffee cups and would love a template. My email is rbenn2000@cs.com
Thank you so much!
Rhossa said…
Cute!!!! Please send me the template ! My email is aracasdigital@gmail.com
Thanks!!!
Silvia said…
You have such great ideas!! If it's still available I would like the template sashouse2010@gmail.com
Thanks for all you do and share!
Silvia
Unknown said…
Please send me your template. I am giving a coffee grinder for a shower gift and would like to make a card. thanks a lot

nana2313105@gmail.com
I would love a template! Thank you so much! My email is sakortan@gmail.com
anditoo72 said…
I would love the template for this card its so cute...thank you so much!
Andrea Ramos
rdrs937@gmail.com
angelsofjoy said…
Your coffee cup is adorable. I am a demo in Graham, NC, and I would enjoy, so very much, having the template.

Thank you so much for sharing, you're fantastic,

Linda Fisher, email: angelsofjoy@gmail.com
Teaching by Mom said…
Thank you so much! Would you email me the template? hoffmeyers@yahoo.com
Unknown said…
I would love the template of this coffee cup, do you still send it ? my email address is c.coert@hotmail.com
thank you in advance ^^
Hi
Just found you via pinterest. I would love the template, please.
Thank you in advance!
ortap1@windstream.net
Hi
I found you via pinterest. I would love the coffee cup template, please.
Thank you in advance.
Libby
elizabeth said…
I'd like to have you coffee cup template also. Thanks elizabeth@crazystitcher.net
Unknown said…
Hi there would love the coffee cup template to make for daughter put gift card in for cups of coffee for part of her christmas present . :)
Bronwyn Eastley said…
Dear 'Unknown', I'd love to but I need an email address.
aphillips5 said…
I love your coffee cup and can not wait to try and make one. I would love a template I am new and this has me excited!! thank you so much. my email is Cajunswife5@gmail.com
Lisa said…
Just found your coffee cup on Pinterest. I would love the template. I'm a Starbucks fanatic. LOL

Thanks!
Lisa Flynn
Lisa@TheStampCampCounselor.com
Unknown said…
You are very talented! I love your coffee cup. Can you please send me the template? My email is martinfamily1969@yahoo.com
Thank you!!
Unknown said…
I would love to have a template. My coffee lover friends would love to get a card like this. Thank You Cujojonesverdugo@gmail.com
Unknown said…
avaneedalmia19@gmail.com Please can I get the template:)

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