Woo Hoo! It's National Coffee Day and if you know me at all, you know I'm celebrating! And Rubbernecker Stamps is celebrating too with a hop that starts at the Rubbernecker Blog here! We're sharing projects made with some pretty awesome Rubbernecker Coffee related products (and then some)! It's a short hop with just a few stops so it won't take you long!
And there are prizes!! Hop and leave us some comment love along the way for your chances to win a $10 or $25 gift code to the Rubbernecker shop!
You may have arrived here from the Rubbernecker Blog! And when you're done here you'll head on over to my oh so talented teamie, Marilyn's place! Should you get lost along the way just head on back to the Rubbernecker Blog for the complete hop listing!
So here's what I've made for you today:
I love the two clear Coffee stamp sets that Rubbernecker has! The Coffee and Coffee Blanket stamps and dies are SO fun with SO many great images! They were perfect to fill up a box card. I picked up some very cool, quick and easy pre-cut box cards in the Rubbernecker booth at the Scrapbook Expo a couple weeks ago! There are 5 in a set (including envelopes!) and they're made by The Paper Cut. Pretty cool! If you're not familiar with box cards, they fold flat for shipping and then you just pop them open and stand them up.
After I added my layer papers to the inside and outside of my box (sizing for those is included) I assembled the it. I stamped, colored and diecut all of the images from the Coffee Stamp Set and a few from Coffee Blanket (including that adorable kitty cat) and began adding them to the box card either directly to the box or by using some upcycled clear plastic packaging cut into strips when I wanted the images to float. I decided some autumn leaves floating around would be fun too, so I die cut some out of design paper using the Tiny Leaves die and attached those with the plastic also.
To the front flap I added the Ending With Y sentiment to a banner and some more coffee images and leaves.
And to the side flaps I added a larger leaf that I cut using the 3 Maple Leaves die and more coffee of course (I need enough for ALL the days after all). Love the veins these dies add to the leaves!
You know I love my dimension and box cards are the ultimate!
And that's me for today! I'm playing along over at Simon Says Stamp's Wednesday Challenge which is Anything Goes this week!
Now it's time to head on over to Marilyn's blog and see what she's created for your viewing pleasure today! Be sure to leave some love here and there and everywhere for your chances to win a $10 or $25 gift code to the Rubbernecker shop! And don't forget if you get lost just head on over to the Rubbernecker Blog for the full hop list.