Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Heartfelt Creations new release for December!...."Coffee Talk"....

Most of us love coffee....
I gets me going in the morning and gets me through the day...
this collection is so filled with  'Latte love' has to be shared....a double helping today! 
Starting the ball rolling, first up,  a mini book, second scroll down and you will see a card.

Coffee Mug Book

Heartfelt Creations Products and Products carried By Heartfelt Creations:

Other Products:
Ranger: Gold embossing powder, Heat gun, Foam inking tool, Water color brush, Water mister, Stardust stickles, Faded jeans, Forest moss, Ground espresso distress inks. Other: Versa-mark, Centura Pearl Snow-white-hint of gold 300gm card stock. White card stock.

Watch this video to help you  make the Botanical rose

The finished project measurements are 13.0 cm x10.5 cm.
Find in the paper pad, the image of the coffee mug. Stamp this with the coffee mug stamp and the gold embossing powder. Die cut this with the matching die. 

Taking the white card stock, cut x 4, 13.5 cm x 21.0 cm. Fold in half. Taking the coffee mug die and placing it so the fold remains in the paper. This will be your book page’s. From the same card stock, make your book hinges. 3 cm x 4 cm. adhere the pages together by applying double side tape to the hinges and placing them between the die cuts to form the book.
If you don't like the look of the hinges, you can cover with design paper or stamp over them. Once you have added photos or recipes, this will hide a lot of the nasties.

With the foam-inking tool bring on the ink to the edges of all the pages. 

Adhere the die cut design paper coffee mug to the front of the book. This print is found in the design paper. use the stamp to emboss with the gold embossing rich!

Stamp the roses and leaves with the gold embossing powder onto the 300gm card stock. Color with the inks.(The pearl sheen will show through the ink) Die cut with the matching die set. Shape with the Flower Shaping kit. Adhere to the front of the book.

Add stickles to pop the roses. You can decorate this book any way you please. You might want to use it as a recipe book or, stamp it with all the Coffee Talk collection stamp sentiments to keep it as a record of them all in one place or you could give it as a gift as is, so it can be filled in as pleased.
Have fun making this book, it is quick to make and fun to give as a gift to some one dear.

'Love You a Latte'

Product list:
Heartfelt Creations Products and products carried by Heartfelt Creations
Other products used: Ranger: Fired brick, Walnut stain, Ground espresso, Faded jeans Distress inks.  Coffee Archival ink. Gold embossing powder, Heat gun, Watercolor brush, Foam ink tool, Stardust stickles. Card stock: Brown Bazzill. Centra pearl- snow white-hint of gold.(300gm) Other: Versa-mark, Organza ribbon, Needle and gold thread, Glue dots, Double sided tape.
Video:  Tips on using dies

This finished tent fold card measures 15.1 cm x 16.3 cm
Taking the 300gm card stock, make a card base measuring 15.1 cm x 16.3 cm,
a card front matting 12.9 cm x 14.9 cm, a card front 12.4 cm x 14.5 cm.
Taking the brown card stock cut, 14.9 cm x 15.9 cm (the boarder is cut along the 15.9 cm edge, this will bring it down to 14.6cm x 15.9 cm)
To make the card front: Taking the background stamp and coffee ink, stamp the image on the card front. Using the ground espresso distress ink and foam tool, bring color to the edges of the front. 

Add color to the bean flower and a little blue to the steam print.

Stamp with gold embossing powder and die cut the images to make the embellishments. 

For the steam sentiment, use the coffee ink. Cutting extra layers to make them into chipboards. 
Bring color to the embellishments then adhere to their place. 

Adhere the organza ribbon across the front of the card front, make a triple bow and adhere this on the spoon with a glue dot.
Stack and adhere all the layers to the card base.  Stamp a sentiment on the inside of the card. Add stickles to the steam and cake on the front to finish.

Above,a close up of the inside card.

Are you loving coffee even more?Now we can share our love of the brown stuff with others. Have fun doing it...till next week-time,
Scrappy inky hugs.
sussipoppins xox


  1. Sussi, that mini album is delightful! It looks for all the world like a chunky ceramic mug. I love your coloring and the gorgeous rose! Just beautiful, my friend!

  2. beautiful flowers on the coffee mini album, and the second card is perfect with the gold embossing.

  3. Wonderful creations, Susan! I love the mini book cute! Lovely flowers as well!