I would, imagine even for just one day, it would be fabulous! Sorry, my friends, you just get the Chef on the card and this jovial guy is only available till June 30, as he is on the Retiring Stamps List.
Lots of paper piecing with this card but I do love the end result. I have used papers from the Sweet Pea Stack from the Winter Mini and everyone knows, stripes are slimming!. Inside,
I carried the Top Note die through and yes, the reason for the cake.
is cold. Having to scrape the windows in the morning, no fun but I guess it is better than rain and at least the Bad "S" word has left the forecast. What's better when you are cold but a cup of hot cocoa. I saw this card on the SU demo website designed by Kari Eytcheson. Well, I changed it a bit and this is what I came up with
I only changed the DSP on the front but inside is where I made most of the changes. I made a trapdoor for the marshmallows.
And I changed the cocoa pouch on the other side, I added a small pleat to the sides and a paper "U" to the bottom to allow the cocoa package to fit in easier
Now this is a card that will be welcomed on a chilly day.
Recipe: Cardstock: Real Red, Basic Black,Whisper White, Merry Moments DSP, Night & Day Specialty DSP Ink: Basic Black, Close to Cocoa, Real Red, Blush Blossom Accessories: Dimensionals, Ticket Corner Punch, 1 3/4" punch, White Brad, Tag Punch, Library Clip
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Well hope you had a good Monday, I had to work all day (it sure gonna help to pay for my order that is going in on Wednesday!) so did not stamp at all. This project is one I worked on Sunday. My father heads a group called Lunch and Learn and he asked me to make him 12 invitations. He was very specific on what he wanted on them, a coffee cup, a plate of food and and mortar board. So on went my thinking cap and this is what I came up with.
Now I only have completed six and most of the pieces are cut for the rest, just have four more of the chefs to cut out and then I can finish. Let me tell you that was alot of cutting, twelve of everything but I am very pleased with the result. And look, it's the new colors, Rich Razzleberry and Crushed Curry. I will be using the Basic Grey and Going Gray with the Razzleberry in the future as it goes together so well.
Well, have a great Tuesday and get those fingers inky!
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