Stamp Review: Coffee Cafe

Homemade cards by Natalie Lapakko featuring Coffee Cafe stamps from Stampin' Up!

Stamp Review: Coffee Cafe

The Coffee Cafe stamp set is a lot of fun! With coordinating dies, you can quickly and easily make the shapes you need to make fancy fold cards and shaker cards!

There is something special about coffee that I love even though I don’t like coffee itself. If it is mostly milk, chocolate, caramel, and ice cubes, I might make the occasional exception, but I’m more likely to go for a hot chocolate.

What I love about it is that it has a way of bringing people together. I love going to coffee shops. They are great places to take friends for a treat, have a meeting, or even catch a coworker right before you both get to the office. Coffee shops are cheerful, friendly, and comforting. They are a bit like a hug. Or a handmade card!

Homemade cards by Natalie Lapakko featuring Coffee Cafe stamps from Stampin' Up!

Stamp Review Crew Blog Hop

A blog hop is an event where several bloggers post on the same topic then link their blog posts together in a circle. It’s a great way to get inspiration!

In today’s blog hop the Stamp Review Crew is featuring project ideas that use the Coffee stamp set. Follow the Next buttons at the bottom of each post to visit each blog in order and see all the amazing projects the artists in the Stamp Review Crew have made to inspire you!

You can also click the banner below to visit the Stamp Review Crew’s home page. There you will find a full list of the participating artists and their post links in case you get lost along the way. You can also find all of the Crew’s past blog hops for even more inspiration!

Stamp Review Crew Blog Hop: Inspiring you one stamp set at a time

 

Coffee Cheers! Flap Card

Homemade card by Natalie Lapakko featuring Coffee Cafe stamps from Stampin' Up! Color Inspiration: Crumb Cake, Lemon Lime Twist, Emerald Envy, Pool Party

This card is an interactive card that has a flap that wraps around the from of the card to keep it closed. One of the coffee cups is attached to the flap so when the card is opened and closed, the cups tap each other in a cheerful toast.

The shape of the coffee cup on the flap also reveals the sentiment, which embodies my favorite part of coffee: sharing it with friends!

Homemade card by Natalie Lapakko featuring Coffee Cafe stamps from Stampin' Up!

Coffee Cafe Shaker Card

Shaker card by Natalie Lapakko featuring Coffee Cafe stamps from Stampin' Up!

This card uses the Coffee Cups Framelit Dies that coordinate with the Coffee Cafe stamps to cut a hole in the Foil Frenzy Specialty Paper. I covered the hole with a window sheet, then filled it up with Irridescent Sequins.

The sequins are like sprinkles on top of the whipped cream. So cute and so delicious! Plus, they are delicious on hot chocolate, too.

Shaker card by Natalie Lapakko featuring Coffee Cafe stamps from Stampin' Up!

 

 

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Other Projects You Might Enjoy

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15 thoughts on “Stamp Review: Coffee Cafe”

  1. Great cards Natalie! I’m totally going to have to CASE the shaker card! I’m not a coffee drinker either, yet I’ll still say ‘let’s go for coffee’ – it’s an institution! Give me a cup of English Breakfast tea any day! Kelly x

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