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Thank you cards with Fiskars Latte Love stamp set

A tutorial on three thank you card using the Fiskars Latte Love stamp set!

Hello eveyone!

Today I want to share with you three cards that I made using the Fiskars Latte Love stamp set! I was requested to make a bunch of thank you cards and I thought that this was the perfect opportunity to use these stamps that I had in my stash for a while! It’s a very cute stamp set with a lot of pictures to colour and lovely sentiments!

Design #1

For the first design I used craft card base and a couple of pattern papers to create an interesting background. Than I stamped at the bottom right corner the “thanks a latte” sentiment using my VersaMark Ink and my Wow Embossing Powder (in opaque bright white). Then I stamped three times on watercolour paper the mug with the heart and I coloured them with my watercolour pencils. I fussy cut them with my scissors and I popped them onto some foam adhesive to give my card extra dimension. To finish the card up I rounded the top right with my corner chomper and my card was ready! I also made a second one with the same design using different colours.


Design #2

For the second design I made my own pattern paper on craft cardstock using the stamp with the paper cup. Then I stamped the cup again and paper pieced it from white and coloured paper. I popped it onto some foam tape on my pattern paper. I loved how it creates an illusion of jumping out of the paper. Then I used the same colour of paper to heat emboss the sentiment with my WoW embossing powder again and I also put it on soke foam adhesive. To finish the card, I’ve put my panel on a slightly bigger panel from the same coloured paper. And my card was ready!


Design #3

For the last card I decided to use the little coffee beans stamp to make my own customized pattern paper. So I created on watercolour paper with my Archival Ink in Jet Black. then I coloured it with my Inktense Pencils. Because the result was too busy I decided not to cover the entire card front with it. Instead I combined it with a more quiet one to create my background. For the focal point I just stamped the coffee mug on some watercolour paper and coloured it with my watercolour pencils. Then I die-cut it using my circle dies from Sizzix and I put it on some foam adhesive. Finally I stamped the sentiment with a dark brown ink on the right bottom corner and I rounded the top to bring some balance to the card.




What do you think? Which one do you like better? The second design is my favorite! Overall I loved this stamped set! There is a variety of big and small images that give you the opportunity to create loads of designs! I will see you all in my next post! Until then…happy crafting!

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