Monday, June 26, 2017

Coffee Love with Martha!

Coffee Planner with Quick Quotes, why not? Hello crafty friends, Martha Lucia here to share with you a coffee bag that I made using the amazing papers and inks of Quick Quotes and taking advantage of the Summer Coffee Lovers Blog Hope 2017 event. 
Take a look at my bag:


  • To make this I used brilliant colored papers.
  • For the basic bag I used the Whistlin Dixie 104 and I cut the design using the Mini Thread Bag Thinlits die cuts and my big shot.
  • Then I cut a postage stitched die cut using the Whistlin Dixie 105, it is a green/yellow color, I can't describe the exact shade, but I can tell you that I love this color!!!
  • Over this piece I stamped an image planner using the PowderPuff Chalk Ink Midnight Confessions.


  • I tied some loops of gold and natural bakers twine around the bag before pasting the stamped postage die cut.
  • I pasted it with dimensionals and decorated with some cooper sequins.
  • Also I secured the decorated layer with a gold transparent mini clip.
  • To finalize the decoration I cut a coffee cup using a die cut twice.
  • The first using a piece of the striped side of Honeycomb 101 and the second, a piece of very vanilla card stock.
  • I took the negative part of the very vanilla cut and inked the borders with Milk Chocolate Powderpuff Chalk Ink.
  • Then using the die cut as stencil I inked the free space of the die cut over the piece of Honeycomb 101 with the same color of ink and sponge.


Using the inlaid technique I combined the pieces and pasted over the decorated layer using dimensionals. Then I put the gift content inside of the bag. This is a perfect bag for goodies and gift cards.

Quick Quotes Products Used:
Whistlin' Dixie 104
PowderPuff Chalk Inks: Midnight Confessions and Milk Chocolate
Other Products Used:
Mini Thread Bag Thinlits die cuts by Stampin Up
Rectangle Stitched Postage and Coffee Cup Die Cut
Big Shot
Snail Adhesive and Dimensionals
Gold and natural Bakers Twine
Cooper Sequins

Thank you for stopping by and I hope my project inspired you to combine the colors and designs of our wonderful papers!

See you soon!
Martha Lucia
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