If you have coffee or Starbucks loving people in your life the retiring Coffee Cafe stamp set might be perfect to add to your stash. I added a punched panel to the inside of the card that turns this fun Birthday card into a gift card holder.
Start with a Crumb Cake cs card base. Cut the Rich Razzleberry cs and Very Vanilla cs panels. Dry emboss the Very Vanilla cs with the Corrugated embossing folder, wrap it with Linen thread, tie a bow and then glue it to the Rich Razzleberry cs panel. Glue the panels to the card base.
Cut the cup from the Share What You Love Specialty DSP with the Coffee Cup framelit dies. Cut out lids from Very Vanilla cs and Vellum cs scrap with the Coffee Cup dies.
Cut the wrapper from Crumb Cake cs scrap from the Coffee Cup dies. Stamp the whip image on Watercolor paper in Rich Razzleberry ink, use an Aqua Painter to pull the color from the stamped image to color the whip, and then cut out with the Coffee Cup dies. Stamp the sentiment from Itty Bitty Birthday Cling stamp set on Very Vanilla cs scrap (about 7/8″ x 1 5/8″),cut it to fit the wrapper with the Coffee Cup dies and then glue it centered on the Crumb Cake cs wrapper.
Cut straws from Very Vanilla cs and Vellum cs scrap with the Coffee Cup dies. Stamp the striped straw image from the Coffee Cafe stamp set on Very Vanilla cs straw in 2nd generation Rich Razzleberry ink (stamped off) then glue the Vellum cs straw over the stamped Very Vanilla cs straw. Use paper snips to cut the straw down to 1 1/2″.
Build the cup – for the lid glue the watercolor whip to the Very Vanilla cs lid, glue the straw to the whip, and then glue Vellum cs lid on top. Then glue the lid layers and wrapper layers to the DSP cup. Use Stampin’ Dimensionals to adhere the full cup to the card front on the left side overlapping the thread.
Stamp the sentiment from the Happy Birthday Gorgeous stamp set in Rich Razzleberry ink on Very Vanilla cs scrap. Use the Tailored Tag punch to punch out the stamped Very Vanilla cs sentiment tag layer, a Rich Razzleberry cs sentiment tag layer, and a Crumb Cake cs sentiment tag layer. Use paper snips to cut the Rich Razzleberry cs and Crumb Cake cs tags in half and glue them to the back of the stamped Very Vanilla cs sentiment tag layer. Use Stampin’ Dimensionals to adhere the sentiment tag layers to the card front. Add large Clear Epoxy Droplets to the card front.
Cut a DSP panel for theinside gift card holder and then use the Pretty Label punch to punch out a large notch for the gift card to slip into. Attach the panel with Tear & Tape to the inside of the card base. Add a Very Vanilla cs panel to the other side to write your message. I added a strip of the DSP to the inside panel and back of the card to pull the theme through.
You can purchase everything to make this fun card in my Online Store now – including the retiring Coffee Cafe stamp set, the retiring Happy Birthday Gorgeous stamp set, and the retiring Share What You Love Specialty DSP. You can order from the 2019 Occasions Catalog and 2018-2019 Annual Catalog until June 3rd but the retired product will sell out fast so don’t wait to order your favorites before they’re gone.
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Crumb Cake cs card base – 11″ x 4 1/4″ scored at 5 1/2″
Rich Razzleberry cs panel – 5 3/8″ x 4 1/8″
Embossed Very Vanilla cs panel – 3 7/8″ x 5 1/4
Share What You Love Specialty DSP scrap for cup
Very Vanilla cs scrap for tags,lid, and straw,
Vellum cs scrap for lid and straw
Crumb Cake cs scrap for tag layer and cup wrap
Rich Razzleberry cs scrap for tag layer
Watercolor paper scrap for stamped whip image
Share What You Love Specialty DSP inside card holder layer – 3″ x 5 1/8″
Very Vanilla cs inside panel – 3 7/8″ x 5 1/8″
*DSP = Designer Series Paper
**cs = cardstock