Coffee Break K-Cup Holder


Stampin’ Up Coffee Break designer series paper
Stampin’ Up Coffee Café stamp set
Clear Tiny Treat Boxes
Early Espresso ink
Wood slices
Crumb Cake 3/8″ Classic Weave Ribbon
Linen Thread
Brother Scan N’Cut
Clothes pins
Foam Adhesives
Starbucks Keurig K-cups
Coffee Beans

Coffee Break K-Cup Holder


Cut a piece of Coffee Break dsp 6” by 2” and then score at 2” and 4”. Place the piece into the box, leaving the front clear. You may want to slice just a smidgen from each edge so that the paper fits into the box without popping out. Cut one more piece of dsp 2” by 2” for the back of the box. The coffee bean or another small pattern is recommended for the back. Place it inside and then add a K-Cup to hold the paper in place. Add about 30 coffee beans to the box, making sure to spread them out by shaking the box. Use Early Espresso to stamp Thanks a Latte and coffee beans onto the wood slices. Be sure to hold the stamping block onto the wood for several seconds, waiting for the ink to absorb before lifting it up. Place the wood into the box. You could adhere the wood to the K-Cup. I decided not to because I stamped the wood piece on both sides and didn’t want any glue or foam residue on the cup or the wood. Close the box and tie a 24” piece of linen thread around it a couple of times and tie a bow. Add a loop of Crumb Cake ribbon. Cut out coffee cup and coffee pot embellishments with the Brother Scan N’ Cut. Attach the coffee pots to the back of each box using foam adhesives, slipping it under the thread. Attach the latte cups to mini clothespins using glue. Attach a pin to the linen thread on the front of the box.

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Coffee Break DSP
Item Number: 144155


Coffee Café Photopolymer Stamp Set
Item Number: 143677



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  1. Thanks for your comment Maria. The boxes are from Stampin’ Up and they are a really great quality and hold the K-cups perfectly. I will try to edit this post when I get home so that a direct link to them is included. In the meantime, please click on the link within this post if you would like to purchase them from my store. For each $50 you spend on anything in the store, you get a FREE item from the Sale-A-Bration brochure.

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