Coffee Break Designer Series Paper
Coffee Café stamp set
Coffee Cups framelits dies
Crumb Cake Classic Weave Ribbon 3/8″
Soft Sky Classic Weave Ribbon 3/8″
Crumb Cake Card Stock
Soft Sky Card Stock
Sahara Sand ink
Crumb Cake ink
Garden Green ink
Stampin’ Up Tag Topper Punch
Stampin’ Up Starburst Punch
Precision Base Plate
Fast Fuse or other Rolling Adhesive
Dimensionals or Foam Adhesives
Starbucks Via Instant Coffee
Cut a 9” by 2” piece of Coffee Break DSP, keeping in mind which way the pattern goes. You want the pattern to be displayed vertically, not horizontally. Score at 3” and 3.5” and while it is still flat, lay the oval die from the Coffee Cups set onto paper. The Big Shot sandwich is: Cutting Platform, Precision Base Plate, Designer Series Paper, Die (face down), Cutting Plate. Use the Painter’s Tape to hold the die in place as you run it through the Big Shot. Then, fold along the score line and adhere the paper together using Fast Fuse.
Use the Tag Topper punch on the longer side. Cut 6: of ribbon. Fold the ribbon and loop it through the front. Stamp the sentiments in Soft Suede or Garden Green onto Crumb Cake or Soft Sky card stock. Cut out the sentiments using the coordinating Coffee Cups dies, the Stitched Framelits or punch out with the Starburst Punch. Use a sponge to ink around the edges of the sentiment in Crumb Cake. Attach them to the treat using foam adhesives. Note: In this example, the Garden Green sentiment was embossed using clear embossing powder.
For many other examples of what you can do with the Coffee Break Suite, please view:
Coffee Break Suite by Stampin’ Up
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What an adorable project. Love these! Thank you for the directions.
So cute! Great idea!
Love this idea, what a great gift. When cutting the oval, is that cutting it all the way out?
Cathie, I cut the oval out of the dsp as shown in the picture above. I flattened out the dsp and used Painter’s Tape to hold the die in place while I cut it.
What cute stocking stuffers those would make. How far from the edge did you place the oval die?
Hi Debbie, sorry for taking so long to reply. The email notification about your comment went into my Spam folder. You should go at least a half inch down with the oval die to leave room for your rolling adhesive.
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