COFFEE PLANNER WITH QUICK QUOTES
Coffee Planner with Quick Quotes, why not? Hello crafty friends, Martha Lucia here to share with you a coffee bag that I made using the amazing papers and inks of Quick Quotes and taking advantage of the Summer Coffee Lovers Blog Hope 2017 event. Take a look at my bag:
To make this I used brilliant colored papers. For the basic bag I used the Whistlin Dixie 104 and I cut the design using the Mini Thread Bag Thinlits die cuts and my big shot. Then I cut a postage stitched die cut using the Whistlin Dixie 105, it is a green/yellow color, I can’t describe the exact shade, but I can tell you that I love this color!!! Over this piece I stamped an image planner using the PowderPuff Chalk Ink Midnight Confessions.
I tied some loops of gold and natural bakers twine around the bag before pasting the stamped postage die cut. I pasted it with dimensionals and decorated with some cooper sequins. Also I secured the decorated layer with a gold transparent mini clip.
To finalize the decoration I cut a coffee cup using a die cut twice. The first using a piece of the striped side of Honeycomb 101 and the second, a piece of very vanilla card stock. I took the negative part of the very vanilla cut and inked the borders with Powderpuff Chalk Ink Milk Chocolate. Then using the die cut as stencil I inked the free space of the die cut over the piece of Honeycomb 101. with the same color of ink and sponge.
Using the inlaid technique I combined the pieces and pasted over the decorated layer using dimensionals. Then I put the gift content inside of the bag. This is a perfect bag for goodies and gift cards.
Quick Quotes Products Used:
- Whistlin Dixie 104
- Whistlin Dixie 105
- Honeycomb 101
- PowderPuff Chalk Ink Midnight Confessions
- Powderpuff Chalk Ink Milk Chocolate
Other Products Used:
- Mini Thread Bag Thinlits die cuts by Stampin Up
- Rectangle Stitched Postage and Coffee Cup Die Cut
- Big Shot
- Snail Adhesive and Dimensionals
- Gold and natural Bakers Twine
- Cooper Sequins
Thank you for stopping by and I hope my project inspired you to combine the colors and designs of our wonderful papers!
See you soon!