I had so much fun printing out coffee mugs from the new released Doodle Pantry set, I made two more cards. The sketch for both cards is House that Stamps Built
I finally learned to print the digital image on regular paper first to see if that is the size I need for the card. (Don't know why I didn't do that before.) After printing them onto a white cardstock, I cover those images with designer paper. You can use a removeable tape runner or permanent if you tape it above the image. Print the image on the designer paper. One extra step I did for these was to print the image on white cardstock, color the coffee on the white cardstock, use a craft knife to cut out the opening on the designer paper, then glue the cup over a piece of the white cardstock that had the coffee. This way the coffee looks like it is inside. More of a 3-d effect.
Miscellaneous designer paper was used for strip and mug. The BG designer paper comes with the Doodle Pantary digital set.
I love the sentiment on the card above. I used a variety of designer papers and the numbered tape is washi tape.
In my post yesterday, I forgot to mention a sale at Doodle Pantry November 1 - 7. 25% OFF all new release sets. You can find the details here.
Also, don't forget to play the challenge at the Doodle Pantry Digital Doodles Blog. You could win $15.00 worth of digital images and you will receive a free featured set (pic below) just for entering if you use a Doodle Pantry image.
Thanks for looking and thank you for taking the time to comment.
Now I think I will go have another cup of coffee.
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