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Sunday, May 26, 2019

{Stencil Sunday} Super Fab Coffee-Themed Projects by Vicki


Happy Sunday, STAMPlorations friends! We are back with another helping of Stencil Sunday goodness! On the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Sunday of the month, the STAMPgirls are sharing their projects that show off how to creatively use ARTplorations stencils. And each month, we'll pick one winner of a $15 gift code -- the winner will be drawn from all comments left on the Stencil Sunday posts for the month, as well as from the designers' blogs.

In today's post, STAMPgirl Vicki is back with two beautiful coffee-themed projects!

  

Here's Vicki with her projects:


Hi all. It's Vicki here today from All I Do Is Stamp. Welcome to another STAMPlorations Stencil Sunday Day!

For my first project, I made a gift card holder. (Yep - they work so perfectly for gifts)


For the gift envelope cover, I inked up a card panel with Distress Inks Pickled Raspberry, and Festive Berries. Once blended, I laid the Peeking Dahlias Stencil over the panel, and sponged on Wilted Violet. [It is rather a nice color combo, right?]


I cut out 2 of the Coffee Word Die, using the black one for a shadow.

    

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For my 2nd project, I made a basic card.


I started by ombre sponging different shades of green, using the Dots All Over Stencil, and then cut the panel at an angle, and added some glitter tape.


Using Cup of Blooms #1, I colored it with Copics, and cut it out using my Scan & Cut. My sentiment is from Bloom Happy. I do adore the background dots, along with the brightly colored flower arrangement in the fun cup.

    

That's it for me today. Be sure and leave a comment for the prize!

And remember, if you use my code STAMPGIRLVICKID, you can save 20% off when you place an order at the store.


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That gift card is brilliant and that card is downright gorgeous, right? For a chance to win a $15 gift code to the STAMPlorations store, leave a comment here and on Vicki's blog by June 5. We'll announce the winner in the May winners post on June 10.

Did you enjoy today's featured post? Check back in a couple of weeks because it'll be STAMPgirl Tenia's turn to share some fab stencil projects!

20 comments:

  1. Beautiful bright and vibrant projects!
    Love the coffee card!

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  2. Vicki - you did great here - I love love that Coffee word die - I actually own 2 of them!! I like the stencil used on the gift card holder and the die to cut the holder - on your flower card the coloring is amazing - wonderful layout as well - TFS - I think I will play with stencils today - you gave me inspiration!

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  3. Vibrant and wonderful projections and what a fun gift card holder. Fabulous inspiration, thank you x

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  4. Love the bouquet of flowers.
    Great cards. thanks for
    sharing. txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  5. Thanks for the stencil inspiration! I need to use them more often!

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  6. What a brilliant gift card holder! I love both cards! Great colors! Great Stenciling!

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  7. These coffee themed
    cards look lovely!
    Carla from Utah

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  8. Great use of stencils and all are so well designed and in such vibrant colors.

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  9. Great looking gift card holder, love the color oxide that you used.
    Bright and color card but the dotted background is perfect.
    Well done and thanks for sharing your technique.

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  10. These are absolutely grand. I love the bold gift card colors and the beautiful colors of the cup of flowers. 

[Bunny]

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  11. What a lovely gift card holder and card! I love the bright colors you used on the teacup!

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  12. The gift card holder is awesome! Would never have guessed that you used the Dahlia stencil. I thought it looked like a bloodshot eye....LOL! Love those colors! And the card is pretty too!

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  13. Two great projects, Vicki...especially like the gift card holder--those vibrantly stenciled colors are stunning. tfs

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  14. Perfect for a coffee gift card--love the colors. Beautiful card design too.

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  15. The coffee gift card cover is yummy & fun. But those flowers - WOW! So glorious!!

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  16. I am always forgetting to use my stencils, but love the effect when I do. Your DT projects are just wonderful

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