Sending Love and Coffee

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For this project I used my favourite Neenah 80lb solar white cardstock. I cut out the panel using SSS rectangle stitched die and on the top right corner YNS Talk Bubble die, than covered the opening with a piece of acetate.

I wanted to put a fun sentiment on the acetate so I went with the Ranger archival ink. I still managed to smudge a tiny corner but only because I was impatient which is usually how I end up smudging my

Using my distress ink oxides I colored the bottom left corner. I used my blender brushes so that I got a softer look., and to add a little something something I threw on some ink splatters.

I covered the back panel with double sided foam tape. Using my embossing buddy I did brush along the inside edges of the tape to get rid of any stickiness before putting in my sequins. The owl from this set is probably my favorite. It is so adorabe. I did some simple coloring using my copics. I have listed all the colors on the supply list below.

For the final touches I used BV000 and YG13 to shade the bottom where the Owl was going to be standing. I put on 3 pieces of the frame from the Talking Bubble die for added dimension. Popped up the Owl on foam tape and added some tiny hearts which I colored using copics. Same color that I had used around they eyes.

Supplies Used:

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