My first project features both the stamp set and cover plate. Holy heat embossing Batman! I die cut the cover plate out of scratch paper and laid that over a piece of Dark Chocolate cardstock. I think used the openings in my scratch paper to place Versamark leaves and tree trunk. I heat embossed in clear power once I removed my scratch paper mask. Then cut the cover plate again out of Canyon Clay and glued it in place, allowing all that beautiful heat embossing to show. I love how it is both graphic and detailed at the same time. All those different shaped leaves give you so many options.
The sentiment from Might Oak was heat embossed in white. A little heart from Love Lives Here collection hangs from cream colored button twine.
Next up, I used just the leaves in this feather arrangement. A few of PTI's stamp sets have line images, like the one I used for my stem from Green Thumb, so I'm sure you can find something in your stash to work the same way. I choose to stamp an ombre look in shades of Summer Sunrise, Orange Zest, Terracotta Tile, Raspberry Fizz, and Scarlet Jewel.
And how about one more coffee cozy before the release is over? I couldn't resist.
I cut two of the larger sized halves of the Coffee Cozy Collection dies out of Raspberry Fizz felt. I ironed on fabric cuts from Beautiful Bloom #1 dies. They are easy to run through your die cut machine with clean cuts if they have Heat-N-Bond on the back. Great way to utilize other dies in your collection.
Soft Stone buttons are hot glued on the front. Easy piesy.
That's it for me today. I'll have all my release projects up tomorrow morning. Thanks for all the kind words and enthusiasm this month over the coffee cozy product line. Makes me happy to know you are happy! Remember, the release products will all be available on August 15th at www.papertreyink.com.
More Mighty Oak inspiration can be found just a click away.
Ashley Cannon Newell
Strong Roots Card
Stamps: Mighty Oak
Cardstock: Canyon Clay, Dark Chocolate, Pure Poppy, Stamper's Select White
Dies: Might Oak Cover Plate, Love Lives Here
Clear and white embossing powder
Cream Button Twine
Stamps: Basket of Blessings, Green Thumb, and Mighty Oak
Ink: Summer Sunrise, Orange Zest, Terracotta Tile, Raspberry Fizz, and Scarlet Jewel
Cardstock: Stamper's Select White, Dark Chocolate
Gold Filigree Embossing Powder
Coffee Cozy Collection Dies, Beautiful Blooms #1
Raspberry Fizz Felt
Soft Stone Buttons
There are some great sentiments you used with Mighty Oak!ReplyDelete
Heat embossing is the coolest way to see the pattern in these leaves. Fabulous card, Erin. Your other Mighty Oak project today inspires and challenges me to "doodle" more with my stamps...look for the ways to use them that I don't quickly see. I'm crazy about the new coffee cozy dies. Thanks again for adding beauty to my life!ReplyDelete
I'm feeling fall, even if it's 90+outside! Beautiful textures on the first card, and colors on the second. Those cozies are just too cute!ReplyDelete
Love the colors and embossing, amazing projects :)ReplyDelete
Love your projects!! Your style is so recognizable and out of the box, I am a fan!!ReplyDelete
Fabulous projects! Your tree in the first card looks like it's made of chocolate! Yum! ;)ReplyDelete
I love how you put the leafs together & made a tree on the Tjhanksgiving card. Linda GibbReplyDelete
The colors of your Mighty Oak cards are so perfect for fall/Thanksgiving!ReplyDelete
I love the clear embossing you did on the tree: beautiful!! and the other card is lovely too, and the coffee cozy from felt is so fun!!ReplyDelete
You're KILLING ME HERE ERIN!!!!!!!!!:) (SUCH A GOOOOOD SALESMAN/ DESIGNER! ) :) LOOOOOOOVE this Great Oak plate!!!!!! AND STAMP SET TOO!!!!!!! WOW!!!!!!!!! BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!:) This looks like it would be a PERFECT SET to create goodies for the Thanksgiving Table!!!!!:)ReplyDelete
OK Erin, you knocked my socks off today! That clear embossing is incredibly rich and gorgeous, and the colors are just perfect.ReplyDelete
Love the cards and the techniques.Love the projects.ReplyDelete
The tree card is amazing! The embossing really makes it zing! The phrase from the stamp set is lovely.ReplyDelete
Cannot wait to try out Might Oak - I love what you did with the embossing.ReplyDelete
Wow, your mighty oak tree card just screams Autumn - love the color choices and embossing.ReplyDelete
I love your embossed card best! A true stunner!ReplyDelete
Absolutely lovely, love all the embossing on your wonderful tree :)ReplyDelete
Love the texture of the heat embossing, nice touch!ReplyDelete
Love the heat embossed tree -absolutely stunning! Gorgeous cards and coffee cozies! I cannot wait!ReplyDelete
I don't understand how you achieved the embossed look with your leaves. Can you explain what is meant by scratch paper and how you did these step by step? Thank you kindly.ReplyDelete
I absolutely love this card! Thanks again, Sue