Monday, March 22, 2021

{Sticker Monday} Helen's Coffee Feel Good Mixed Media Tags

Happy Monday, STAMPlorations friends! It's time for another Sticker Monday post and we have STAMPgirl 
Helen Gullett sharing some fun coffee-themed tags featuring our clear stickers. With the Spring|Summer Coffee Lovers Hop well underway, she'll hopefully inspire many of us coffee lovers to create our own coffee-themed projects. Her mixed media tags showcase our brand new coffee-themed stickers, Coffee Feel Good, which is part of our super-fun Coffee Spring|Summer Kit that's available in the store. (Psst, it's currently 51% off and comes with free domestic shipping!)

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Hello hello hello crafty friends! I'm so excited to share some Sticker Monday projects featuring STAMPlorations Clear Stickers for the next 3 months. Thanks to Shery for giving me this opportunity!

Today, I would like to share with you these Coffee Feel Good mixed media tags featuring the Coffee Feel Good Clear Stickers

I also used the Stitched Tags Nesting DiesBlossoming Mini ARTplorations Stencil, and Coffee Background ATC Ephemera. If you are a coffee lover like me, you might want to grab this Coffee Spring/Summer Kit now! Beside the tags, you can get the rest products included in this kit, and more for great deal!

Now...more about these coffee mixed media tags, here's how I created them.

First, I cut out a piece of 140lb watercolor paper using one of the Stitched Tags Nesting Dies to make these three base tags. And, I applied thin layer of white gesso on those tag surfaces and let it dry. 

I taped the Blossoming Mini ARTplorations Stencil on top of the tag. I mixed some gesso with acrylic paints and added on the tag with pallet knife. I removed the tag under the stencil, and then add the other tag on it. I used different colors of acrylic paints for each tag. I set them aside to dry.

When the gesso and paint dried, I added some colors on the edges of each tags using Gelatos. I used my finger to blended the gelatos on the tag and then I added some splatters of paints on the tags. I dried the tags with craft heater.

I used three stickers from the Coffee Feel Good Clear Stickers. I added each sticker on a white cardstock and trimmed it around the sticker, and then using 3D foam tape I added each of them on top of three patterns from the Coffee Background ATC Ephemera. I added each cards on top of each tag with strong permanent adhesive tape.

I had fun making these coffee mixed media tags and I hope these tags give you an idea what to create with STAMPlorations Clear Stickers

Thanks for stopping by today! Have a fabulous and caffeinated day!


  1. Very nice tags. I actually have some of the smaller coffee stickers. Do you think I could find them? Nowhere to be found. Ugh! [Bunny]

  2. Fun tags! Thanks for the inspiration. :D

  3. The coffee themed tags are really great. I would like to make some tags with coffee shop cards attached...

  4. Oh, Helen, these are perfect!! Great to place on a gift or just on their own! Love those sentiments!

  5. I love the coffee stickers! I made one for the coffee hop and someone said they thought it was a stamp! ;-) Your tags are lovely.

  6. Sweet tags-I love the pretty stenciling underneath!

  7. Pretty tags. The coffee themed papers are great. Hugz

  8. Cute tags! The stickers make projects go so fast.

  9. I love anything coffee and these are no exception

  10. These are so cool! Love the backgrounds on the tags.


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