Okay, I just couldn't resist. The name of this SWEET little set from Sweet Stamp Shop has had me boogying to memories from the dear dead days beyond recall.
I first had my eye caught by the washi tape, though! I saw someone post a picture on Instagram, and I just had to have this great assortment. And while I was ordering, I figure why not throw a couple of sets of stamps in as well? There are SO many cute ones in their shop that it was hard to pick, but of course, I needed a coffee one.
Once I got it, I tried to narrow down which stamps of the set I should use. I finally decided just to use them all! Lookie:
STINKIN' CUTE! I figured a modified subway art look was just the ticket! I tried coloring the images in with a couple of different things, but in order to set off the washi tape, I decided that Prismacolor pencils were perfect. And I was right!
I chose all the colors to match the colors in the washi tape. I stamped all the images (not the words) on a piece of MFT Kraft card stock and colored them all in. I like a very heavy application of Prismacolor, because it looks like paint that way. Then I cut them out using my Pixscan mat with my Silhouette Cameo.
I laid the word stamps in my MISTI and arranged the cut images among them until I was satisfied. I then plopped the lid of the MISTI down to pick up all the stamps and removed the cut images. I then stamped with the MISTI, more than once to get a nice dark image.
Once I did that, I added my cut images to their places with dimensional foam dots. I colored the word Coffee in with more Prismacolors. I then added all the washi and the Doodlebug Matte Sprinkles.
A little bit of pink baker's twin is the perfect finishing touch!
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