Monday, November 14, 2011

Another reason to drink LOTS of coffee!

Yep...I looooove coffee.

If you've ever opened a can...then you've seen these:
 And of COURSE I have a nice big stash of 'em...JUST for paper crafting!
Which brings me to this weeks A Muse Studio Monday Challenge: Metal Embossing. Anything you have on hand works.  Heck...even a gum wrapper that looks like metal will do!  Just use your'll figure something out.  Embossing can be done all sorts of ways.  Embossing folders, impression plates, templates or stencils and a stylus, score boards etc. etc. etc.  You get the idea.  All the challenge details and prize info can be found HERE.

I ran the coffee can seal through my Big Shot with the A Muse Studio Swirls Impression Plate.  Next I inked up the raised swirls with VersaMark and then heat embossed with White Embossing Powder.  I love how shabby this turned out!  The sentiment on the tag is also embossed and embellished with a single red twinkle sticker. 
Seriously...this was so easy to make and would be an awesome design for mass producing. Yep...pattin' myself on the back with this one!

All supplies used for this card available from A Muse Studio.

Stamps - Holiday Tags
Papers - Cranberry & Fern
Inks - Versamark
Misc. - Web & Swirls Impression Plate, Big Shot & Embossing Pat; Cherry Satin Ribbon; Red Twinkle Stickers; Silver Cording; White Embossing Powder, Heat Gun, Static Magic, 3D Foam Adhesive; Silver Cording; Sanding Block; 1/16" hold punch


Devon said...

Too cool!! I love it!

Frozenstamper said...

Girl! Are you in my head!?? I'm playing with metal tonight, too!

Chrissy said...

Beautifully effective...that looks fabulous...


Pamela Fredrickson said...

Love it!

Lorie said...

That is really fantastic Lori!

Princess Judy Palmer said...

That's just crazy talk right there, like I don't save enough stuff already. I love your card though, mucho mucho awesomeness!

Karolyn at Paper Therapy said...

This really is SOOOO cool!! I would NEVER know that it was a coffee lid. Love how you ran it through with the impression plate and then heat embossed with white EP. Super cute, girlie!!

Cindi said...

can't wait to try this!

Sonja said...

you're so clever Lori-this is super cute!!