Followers

Friday, September 15, 2017

Fall Coffee Lovers Bloghop with Nesting Tea Cup

Welcome to my stop of the 2017 Fall Coffee Lovers Bloghop!

I am sharing a "faux shaker" card created using the inlaid die cutting technique using Hero Arts Nesting Tea Cup Infinity Dies.  How is it a "faux shaker" you ask?  Well in place of sequins and/or beads, I put a stamped panel.  So when the card is moved around the panel shifts and you see slight different part of the image.




I put together a small photo tutorial to show how I did my card.  It takes a little patience since you must tape and secure the inlaid die each time; but I think the result is worth it.  You have the layering effect without the bulkiness.  I masked and stamped the leaves on top of cup before gluing the shaker panel onto my card base.  







I had lots of fun using the Tea Cup dies, besides making nesting die cuts, you could use it for many other projects, such as mini book, shape card, I've even used the smallest die to make charms.  Get yours today at a2z Scrapbooking Etsy store.  Use my code Cindy15 to save 15% for all purchases $25 or over before shipping.  Don't miss it.  And did I mention it's great for all your coffee/tea/cocoa projects?!  Right?  :D

Hop over to a2z Scrapbooking and see what my team mates created for you.

Supplies:

Hero Arts Nesting Tea Cup Infinity Dies
Hero Arts Clear Stamp - Stamp Your Own Plants
Ranger Distress Ink - Wild Honey, Barn Door, Vintage Photo

Thanks for visiting.  Have fun hopping!


28 comments:

~amy~ said...

Cindy, I LOVE this...the use of the nesting cups and the pretty pattern paper is perfect!

Dotty Jo x said...

Wow, Cindy! I love how you've used the staking dies - what a fab card! Jo x

Lori Turner said...

Cindy, this is so cool! I love that these cups nest in each other and you've made a faux shaker! LOVE that idea!!!

Hetty said...

Oh this is so clever and the outcome is a beautiful card.

Karen Letchworth said...

This is very cute. I enjoyed it earlier when I stopped by as well. I think it's linked twice.
Thanks for sharing,

Karen Letchworth
www.karen-mycuprunnethover.blogspot.com

Rebecca Yahrling said...

This is such a creative design, love it.

Shanna Slater said...

Just like putting together a puzzle, super cute!! Thanks for sharing!!

Shanna
www.caffeinatedcraftiness.wordpress.com

wienerhoneymooners said...

Sweet!!! Inspiration for me to use my DIES!
Yahoo to the HOP and HOPPERS!! My entry is #82, hope that you pop over and make a comment and follow my blog for your chance to win (8) sweet Catherine Pooler Inks!

VanessaB said...

that's a fun design! i love it

Billie A said...

Cute design and papers. Thanks for sharing

stampfoldandrepeat (Jeanie) said...

Oohhh, I loved this card the first time I saw it earlier in the hop list. Thanks for the photo instructions! Gotta try this out one day!!

Julia Aston said...

Lovely layering of pretty die cut cups!

Tink said...

Great card!

Debra Rumpza said...

very cute!

vinita jain said...

Already in love this pretty and creative design!

Lisa said...

Very cool and so beautiful!

Fiki said...

so beautiful card!

CarlavdM said...

Again a wonderfull card and thank you for the tutorial.

Celeste Goff said...

Cindy, this card is gorgeous and the papers you used are absolutely perfect!

Verna Angerhofer said...

Gorgeous card using those dies.

Scrapandome said...

I love this card
wonderfully used dies

Ceal said...

Fabulous card, love those dies

Traci Cooley said...

I love this card.

Arianna Barbara said...

Wow! Beautiful details!!! Love your card!!!

Cynthia Cole said...

Love your card Cindy and I need to get those infinity dies!

Anne Sasko said...

Love this! Great use of patterned paper!

Helen F. said...

Oh I just adore your card and those nesting cups!

Linda Caler said...

OMG - love the dies! This card is amazing with all the different layers of cups.....thanks so much for sharing this!! I have blog candy up today (Thursday) be sure to check it out. www.lindacreates.com/blog. Hugs ~ Linda