Coffee die cuts spill onto the barista’s apron for a card sure to perk up a friend. The Coffee Break Suite on page 31 of the current catalog are go-to favorites on my shelf. The suite includes the 16-piece Coffee Café stamp set, coordinating Coffee Cups Framelits and the Coffee Break designer paper. Here’s a Coffee Café card using the Center Step Fancy Fold.
Now I find that the new Apron of Love and coordinating Apron Builder Framelits are the perfect blend for the coffee suite. In fact, I’m discovering that the Apron of Love set will be another favorite go-to since the apron is the uniform for loads of trades and crafts. The baker. The grill master. The gardener. The seamstress. The DIY handyman. The artist. The hairdresser. The barista. The stamper. All my favorite peeps that I love to craft for don an apron.
Here’s What I Did to Make an Apron Card with Coffee Die Cuts
I prepared a Crumb Cake card base by cutting and scoring 11″ x 4 1/4″. Next, using Fast Fuse adhesive I adhered a 5 1/4″ x 4″ patterned paper from the Coffee Break DSP.
For the banner, I snipped tails on a 2 1/2″ x 5″ patterned paper and wrapped Linen Thread around the banner several times. With Fast Fuse, I adhered it to the card.
To create the apron, I die cut the apron, neck and ties from patterned paper. I stamped the sentiment on Whisper White card stock and die cut it with the pocket die cut. The spoon and whisk in the pocket were die cut from Crumb Cake cardstock.
The petite coffee cup was die cut directly from patterned paper while the spilled coffee beans were stamped using Early Espresso ink on Whisper White cardstock. I die cut and added a small green heart to the cup sleeve.
The apron and embellishments were adhered to the largest circle of the Layering Circle Framelits. The entire circle with the focal image was adhered using Stampin’ Dimensionals.
Here’s What I Used to Make An Apron Card with Coffee Die Cuts
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