Well, it had to happen eventually - a post about coffee! It has finally snowed here for the first time since October (yes, you did read that correctly...don't ask) which means my favorite caffeinated beverage now needs to warm my hands while it keeps me going.
This summer I came across some awesome coffee fabric. I was drawn to it because 1) its coffee and 2) the pattern is rectangular. Usually for fabric crafts this is a deterrent (I really cannot see a skirt out of this) but for paper crafting it's perfect!
- fabric cut with pinking shears
- white card base, final size 4.25"x5.5" when folded
- patterned paper cut to fit card front, 4.25"x5.5" (found at Joann's)
- chocolate grosgrain ribbon, 1/2" wide x 4.25" long
- blue cardstock (from stash)
- sentiment stamp, "how've you bean?" (Fiskars)
- StazOn Timber Brown ink pad
- 1.5" square paper punch
- Xyron machine
- paper cutter
|Stamp, stamp, stamp...|
|Punch, punch, punch!|
|Nice and sticky!|
|In they go...|
Have you ever combined paper with fabric? What was the result? Post your creations here, I'd love to see them!