Rustic Fall Coffee

Hi friends!  Happy October! I'm back again today with another card for the Fall Coffee Lover's Bloghop.  The layout is a Mojo sketch from a couple weeks ago that I didn't get a chance to make a card for.

I started by stamping the cup from Get Together on patterned paper and fussy cutting.  Next I stamped the steam from the Coffee set on vellum and hand cut, making a slit in the coffee to tuck the steam into.  The tag is cut with the Flourished Tag Die Set and I cut a vellum one as well to mute the papers just a bit and make the coffee cup take center stage.  I added some seam binding from the Autumn Elements Collection to the top, then distressed my designer paper layers with vintage photo ink and added to a cream card base.  The sentiment is from the Harvest Blessings set and I added a little leaf I had previously stamped, glazed and glittered.

I hope you've been enjoying my coffee kick lately.  I'm also linking this up to the Autumn Lovelies Diva Inspiration Challenge. There are still a few more days to enter... the challenge ends on October 5. I'll be back tomorrow with the kick-off to a new month of Viva la Verve sketches! Hope to see you again tomorrow! :)

Mojo Monday 415 Sketch
Enabler's List
Stamps: Harvest Blessings, Coffee, Get Together (Verve Stamps)
Paper: Night and Fall (Recollections), cream, vellum
Ink: black, vintage photo, Cajun Craze
Accessories: Autumn Elements Ribbon Collection (Verve), Flourished Tag Die Set (A Cut Above by VERVE), corner rounder, glossy glaze, glitter

27 comments

  1. So pretty. Love the colors in the pretty papers, and the design.

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  2. Wow! Your coffee cards just keep getting more fabulous every day! LOVE this one! So pretty!
    Take care!
    Michele

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  3. This one turned out great, love how you've added the steam on the vellum. Great idea!

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  4. Fabulous Card! I always love all your details & distressing :)

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  5. Another beauty of your gorgeous work! Love the papers and frame! Lovely vellum steam and great layering, Adorable!!!

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  6. really pretty, love the colors and the ribbon!

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  7. Gorgeous card, Julee! Love the papers and pretty layout!

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  8. Such yummy Fall colours...happy sigh. Lovely card.

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  9. Beautiful card! Love the mix of pretty Fall papers and glittery leaf :)

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  10. Gorgeous color combo and I love the vellum steam!

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  11. Love the warm vintage feel to this card. You do beautiful work.

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  12. This is super cool, Julee! I love the vellum steam rising out of the coffee cup and the glitter on the leaf is just incredible. Your card really brings home everything that fall is - warm rich colors and cozy feelings.

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  13. Wow Julee, this is gorgeous! Love the colors and those ribbons!

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  14. Absolutely gorgeous card, Julee, love all the beautiful layers! Happy hopping!

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  15. I love the colors used in your card, and I love the vintage look. A lot of work went into your card...great job.

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  16. Julee, love your rustic card...so beautiful!

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  17. So gorgeous -- I adore the rich fall colors you used!

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  18. This card is really lovely. I love how you've created the steam on the vellum, and then used it to mute the striped paper. The ribbons are just beautiful too. This is a gorgeous card. Love it! Bev

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  19. GOR-GEOUS! Love the colors and the papers and the stamping and the effects on the leaves... beautiful!

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  20. Love your card!! Thanks for sharing this inspiration! ~Annie

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  21. Wow it's beautiful, there's so many pretty details to look at, the glossy cup, the vellum steam, the pretty papers, and I love the shimmer that's here and there!! Thanks for sharing!!

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  22. lovely card - great papers - great design!

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