Stamping Handmade Hugs

When you can't hug in person, send a Handmade Hug you created, with Stamps, Paper & Ink!

Exactly what a Monday morning needs, coffee! And a Tuesday morning, and a Wednesday…well, you know…for us caffeine addicted individuals. Even if I didn’t drink coffee I would want this fun stamp set and framelit bundle. It’s just too cute!

The lid is Vellum paper, the Stitched Circle and card base is Early Espresso…an appropriate name for this card. The fun DSP is the new Coffee Break DSP, the straw is Garden Green. The ribbon is the very beautiful 1/4″ Copper Trim. The hearts are Copper Embossing Powder, heat set.

I have several friends I meet for coffee from time to time, no doubt one of them will recieve this card. I’m sure I’ll make more too!


coffee4plus framelits

What a fun stamp set! I used the ice cubes to make some lemonade cards with the Everyday Jars framelits and stamp set and Lemon Zest stamp set.

coffee2plus stamp set

Helpful Hint: Die cut as many dies as will fit on your Big Shot. It saves a ton of time. Sometimes I cut Stitched Shapes Framelits or other dies that I frequently use, just to have some on hand.


Thanks for looking at my blog, I hope it inspires you to create something today!


2 Responses to “Coffee Break Suite”

    • luv2stampwithdebgmailcom

      Thank you for commenting, Patti! You could also use the window sheets for the lid, which I haven’t tried yet. Anything that saves time is a good thing! You have to be a little planned ahead to do this but that’s not too hard to do.
      Your name has been entered into the stamp set drawing, winner will be drawn on October 30th!



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