Card #4 – “How’ve you bean?” Card – {31 Days of Cards}

Cards for 2015 InstagramBefore we get to Card #4, the winner of yesterdays daily giveaway is:  Cathy who said, “Very nice”.

Thank you for those kind words and Congratulations Cathy!

I hope you enjoy your card.

 

Don’t forget to leave a comment on this post for today’s card. Remember each day you leave a comment, you are entered into the drawing for the Grand Giveaway for all 31 cards. Easy, peasy.

Card #4 – How’ve you bean?

I started by assembling all my supplies.

Card 4 Supply Layout

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

StampsI was given this stamp set by a dear friend for my birthday.  I happen to love tea, coffee, stamps and puns so this was an AWESOME gift!

I used stone cardstock (5 1/2″ X 8 1/2″) for my base, rust cardstock (4″ X 5 1/2″), white card stock (1″ X 4″) and patterned paper for the coffee cups.

Inking with Distress InkI started by using the border punch on the white cardstock (1″ X 4″).  I then inked the piece with Distress Ink and a piece of foam to remove the bright white and inked the edges with a darker shade of Distress Ink.  I used my adhesive to attach the border piece to the rust cardstock about a third of the way down from the top of the card.  I inked the edges of the rust cardstock and I set that aside while I worked on the coffee cups.

Stamping on back of pattern paperInking the cup detailsFor each coffee cup, I stamped the cup image onto the back of each piece of patterned paper.  I then cut out the cup making sure to also cut the piece from inside the handle.  Then I used my Pitt pen to draw the border lines and details of the cup.  I did this 5 times.  Additionally using my hearts punch, I punched 3 large hearts out of scrap rust cardstock for the front of the cups.

Card 4 closeup 2I wanted to stack the cups on top of each other, so I used my Exacto knife to make a small slit in the top of 4 of the cups and then slipped the cups together.  I then used my tape adhesive to glue the cups to the rust cardstock on top of the border piece.

I stamped the sentiment with Momento black ink just underneath the border piece.

Rounding the cornersTo finish off the card, I used my Wink of Stella Glitter Pen on the hearts and rounded the corners with my We Are Memory Keepers Corner Chomper.

 

Here is the finished card.

Card 4 - 3Card 4 - 2Card 4 closeup

 

 

 

 

 

 

I love making cards that have a bit of whimsy and ‘punny’ humor.   It’s great to make cards for people, but to get them to laugh or at least smile really big is a complete bonus.

Remember to leave a comment below and be entered to win this card today and possibly the Grand Giveaway of all 31 cards on February 1, 2015.

Until tomorrow,

Grace

 

 

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I love watching my mom work.  I also love watching my mom eat ’cause sometimes she gives me treats.

 

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14 Responses to Card #4 – “How’ve you bean?” Card – {31 Days of Cards}

  1. Mary Jane Lawson says:

    Darling

  2. Tammy says:

    How cute, and what a great idea for a card. You have inspired me to buy some just because cards! You didn’t think I was going to say make one did you? Haha!

  3. Tammy Edwards-Moreno says:

    Now that card reminds me of a cup of coffee. You know I like coffee. I am going to get my card making kit out and start looking over what I have. Thank you for sharing you talent. :

  4. Pam says:

    I aspire to be you!

  5. Marjorie C says:

    What a cute card! Love the design!

  6. Cathy Powell says:

    I like that card! Are you making some to sell?

  7. Neil says:

    Great card. I love a good cup of coffee.

  8. Emilie says:

    I love the coffee cups stacked

  9. trimitup says:

    What a cute card! I Love it 💗

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