Monday, March 15, 2021

It's Sticker Monday at STAMPlorations!


Good morning crafty friends!

Guess what? I'm doing my first Sticker Monday post over at STAMPlorations! 

Each month we randomly draw a lucky commenter's name to win a $15 prize code

when they leave a comment on both the Sticker Monday posts and also 

on the designer's blog. 

(This post contains affiliate links. When you click on any of the STAMPlorations 

store links below and place an order, I will receive a small commission at

no additional cost to you.)

 I'm showcasing the Coffee Feel Good stickers for my projects.

I decided to use the same color combo for all my projects.

First up is a shaker card:

The great thing about using these stickers, is that you can cut them apart when

needed, as I've done on my shaker card. Along with the stickers, I've also used

the Dots 'n Beans stencil, Zen Coffee Cup Layering dies, and the

Mocha Swirl ShakerBlends.


Here's my second card:

I created a frame around the sticker using the coffee cup-to-go image

from the Gone Postal stamp set. (You can also get this image in

digital format here.) On the card base, I stamped around the edges with one

of the images from the Mixed Media Grunge set.


My third card:

Along with the same stencil and cup image already used, the background panel is

cut using a Crazy Double Running Stitch Rectangle Nesting die. The green

strip was cut with one of the Art Edges dies.

 These are just a few ways to incorporate stickers into your projects. So, what do you think? 

I'd love to hear, and look forward to reading your comments!

Thanks so much for visiting!

Other supplies used:

Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black, Rich Cocoa

CS: Thunderbolt; Nicole; Spectrum Noir

DP: Recollections(?) - gold mirror

Accessories: GC; PFS - blending brush; Grafix - acetate; Spectrum Noir markers; Prismacolor pencils; MISTI; Tim Holtz - distressing tool; Hero Art - wood frame die

Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, thin 3D foam squares: DecoArt Media - liquid glass; Scotch foam tape

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