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A Brew-tiful Coffee Slimline Card

Coffee. It makes the world go round. Ok, maybe that’s a bit extreme, but a coffee-inspired card is sure to bring a smile to your friend’s face.

We are always on the hunt for the perfect caffeinated Coffee Card for our besties! Today’s card creation from Meghan is giving us a caffeine buzz full of encouragement! Check out this perfectly brew-tiful coffee slimline card and start thinking of who you will send it to!

A Brew-tiful Coffee Slimline Card

Step #1: I used Brass & Bliss Honey Comb Stencil and Brass & Bliss Stencil Brushes to ink blend the Color Fuse inks in the shades of Pecan, Autumn and Citrus on kraft paper.

Honeycomb stencil by Brass and Bliss Craft Co

Step #2: I put together a bee, honey pot, and bee house using the Brass & Bliss Bee with Honey Pot Die

Bee w/ Honey Pot Die from Brass and Bliss Craft Co.

Step #3: I die cut the Slimline Squares die out of brown cardstock and mounted it on the honeycomb stenciled paper then mounted that on a cool blue cardstock base

Step #4: I used different papers from the Brass & Bliss Bee Mine 6×6 Paper Pad and made 3 different coffee mugs from the “Mix and Match Coffee Cups Die Set” and inked the edges with brown Color Fuse Ink.

Mix and Match Coffee Cups Die from Brass and Bliss Craft Co.

Step #5: I mounted one mug in each square of the slimline die and added the cute little bee icons to each mug square.

Step #6: I finished the card with the sentiment from the Brass & Bliss Let’s Meet for Coffee Stamp Set.

We love the way Meghans card turned out today! Its brings a new meaning to coffee-buzz lol. These Mix and Match Coffee Cups are a staple for any caffeine enthusiast and we hope you snag some for your crafty stash. Pin this post for future inspiration and be sure to follow us on Instagram for more card ideas! Happy Crafting!


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