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Your the cream to my coffee

Hello everyone, this is Michelle here with Kennedy Grace Creations with this adorable coffee inspired card to share with you today. One of my dearest friends Donna loves her coffee and when I saw the new Got Coffee stamp sets I just new I had to have it. 
 

First thing I did was cut the largest scalloped frame from a pink cardstock, then cut the rectangle frame and the next size scallop all from the newest dies Fancy Franes released over at Craftin Desert Divas.  I just love these new dies they are amazing!!!
 
For that piece the I stamped the coffee stains with some espresso ink some full in and them some were second generation stamping changing the direction of the stamp for a random pattern of coffee stains.  I then stamped the sentiment from the same stamp set in the espresso ink as well.



 
I stamped the little mouse with the coffee cup on water color paper with versamark ink and heat embossed her in clear embossing powder.  I colored her with the Zig real brush watercolor markers then added some wink of Stella on the coffee cup, and the mouse's ears and nose and popped her up with foam tape.   To finish the whole thing off I added a sprinkling of pastel enamel dots.
 
 
Here are the stamps and dies I used and you can find these and so much more at the Craftin Desert Diva's Shop
 

 


  



Love and Laughter,
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  1. I love this card Michelle. The image is incredibly cute and the colours you've used look so pretty. What a great stamp set that is. Barbxx

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