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Latte Fun - May Class

Here are the cards from my Latte Fun class. The stamp sets and products are from the new Annual Catalog and On-line Exclusives and will provide your caffeine fix.  Recipes are included with each project and the supply details are listed at the end of this post.  Thanks for stopping by!

Card 1: Latte Wishes

This card features the A Little Latte designer series paper and coordinating dies.  The cup of latte was die cut from the DSP using the appropriate Latte Love die.  Then the plate it is resting on is the 2 ½” size circle from the Deckled Circles dies. The three drops are adhesive backed swirl dots that are part of the Latte suite.

20240525 cup of latte

Here is the recipe:

  • Stamp Set: Something Fancy (sentiment)
  • Dies: Latte Love, Deckled Circles
  • A Little Latte DSP 4 x 5 ¼” and cup cutout
  • Pecan Pie cardstock 8 ½ x 5 ½”
  • Early Espresso cardstock to die cut 2 ½” deckled circle
  • Basic White cardstock ½ x 2 ¾” for sentiment
  • Adhesive Backed Swirl Dots
  • Ink Pad: Early Espresso Classic Ink


Card 2: Hot Drinks Duo

Here is another card that uses cut-out images from the A Little Latte DSP.  This time they are standing mugs, which are fussy cut.  The front cup is happy—one of the faces from the Bee My Valentine set-- and the heart on the second cup is from the same set.   The mugs, which I like to imagine are full of hot chocolate, are sitting on a placemat that was die cut using the Perennial Postage dies.

20240525 Mug Duo

Here is the recipe:

  • Stamp Sets: Latte Love, Bee My Valentine
  • Dies: Perennial Postage Dies
  • A Little Latte DSP 2 x 5 ½” and mug cutouts
  • Crumb Cake cardstock 8 ½ x 5 ½”
  • Pecan Pie cardstock for postage die (size 2 x 2 ¾”)
  • Adhesive Backed Swirl Dots
  • Ink Pad: Tuxedo Black Memento Ink
  • Stampin’ Blends: Flirty Flamingo


Card 3: Coffee Trio

This card was made using stamped images only, no DSP.  All of the images are from the Latte Love stamp set and die cut using the coordinate dies.  The sentiment was selected so that it would fit within the liquid circle of the mug and is from the Simply Said stamp set. 

20240525 Mug Trio

Here is the recipe:

  • Stamp Sets: Latte Love*, Simply Said
  • Dies: Latte Love*
  • Petal Pink cardstock 8 ½ x 5 ½”, plus piece to stamp and die cut cup
  • Early Espresso cardstock 3 5/8 x 4 7/8”
  • Basic Beige cardstock 3 ½ x 4 ¾”
  • Calypso Coral cardstock to stamp and cut cup and mug
  • Pecan Pie cardstock for stamped circles in the cups (1 3/8” circles)
  • Ink Pad: Early Espresso Classic Ink

* Available as a bundle for 10% savings


Card 4: Mouse Hugs

Of course I needed to include a critter card!  This cute mouse is from the Hearts & Hugs stamp set on a Basic White notecard featuring the new 2024-2026 In Colors.  The class pack has an assortment of colors (Peach Pie, Pretty in Pink, Petunia Pop).  Cutting the DSP along the diagonal was an idea inspired by a talented demonstrator and friend, Zeny Lucey (thanks Zeny!).

20240525 mouse hugs

Here is the recipe:

  • Stamp Set: Hearts & Hugs
  • Basic White notecard and envelope
  • Basic Black cardstock 3 1/8 x 4 5/8”
  • In Color 2024-2026 (Peach Pie, Pretty in Pink, Petunia Pop) 3 x 4 ½”
  • In Color 2024-2026 DSP 3 x 4 ½”, then cut along diagonal to get 2 pieces
  • Ink Pad: Tuxedo Black Memento Ink
  • Stampin’ Blends: Crumb Cake, Poppy Parade, Petal Pink


Below are the supplies used for all the projects.  If you'd like to order any of the products, click on the pictured item to jump immediately to my website and shop or from the top menu, click on SHOP NOW.

Latte Wishes Card:


Hot Drinks Duo Card:


Coffee Trio Card:


Mouse Hugs Card:




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