Other products: May Arts ribbon and gold thread; Maya Road Trinket Pin; Distress Marker Broken China; Brushed Corduroy; Vintage Photo Distress Ink; wink of stella clear pen; Tim Holtz Metal Spoon; Thin CD Case; heat tool, gold embossing powder; embossing ink, Canson Water Colour Paper, Cocoa Archival Ink, water brush
Instructions: Adhere flip n fold pocket from package cover front and back with papers from coffee talk collection. Begin by stamping background image onto canson water colour paper measuring 4.5" x 5 1/4" with Cocoa Archival Ink, trace random words with broken china distress marker, go over flourishes with wink of stella pen. With water brush, dab into vintage photo distress ink and colour coffee beans on image. Cut and stamp small coffee mug and spoon image from Coffee Talk Cling Stamp Set on canson water colour paper, colour with broken china and vintage photo as shown in photo. Cut out spoon with die and pop on spoon in image, then adhere metal spoon on top so detail from die cut spoon shows through. Pop on top of background image with foam adhesive. Mat with dark brown coffee paper in collection measuring 4 3/4" X 5 1/2". Cut a second piece of coffee talk paper measuring 5" x 5.5" wrap ribbon around and tie in bow, tie gold thread around bow, adhere stamp and matted background image to this. Tuck in pins as shown. On back of flip n fold I covered with dark blue paper in collection then I used a card panel cut to size and stamp the sentiment “I like my sugar with coffee and cream" from Latte Art Cling Stamp Set with Dark Brown chalk Ink. On CD Cover, I covered inside and inside back of CD case with papers from collection, attaching a simple pleasures card panel on back with a Ornate border cut from desired paper and adhered to top of card panel as shown. Stamp with embossing ink the large cup from coffee mug cling stamp onto canson water colour paper and heat set with gold embossing ink. Colour with brushed corduroy distress marker and ink edges with vintage photo distress ink. Colour swirls with broken china and blend through. Pop CD Case into flip and fold pocket and project is complete. For more photos please check out my blog here: http://karangerber.blogspot.com/2015/12/altered-cd-holder-heartfelt-creations.html.