(2018 c154) Sugar Pea Coffee Wreath or Bean Snowflake


Using the Misti Stamping Tool I stamped the Coffee Bean Hearts with Caffeine Addict from Sugar Pea Designs , inked with Versamark Ink & heat embossed with Gold Ranger Embossing Powder .   I Sponged the background with Distress Oxide Inks by Ranger  and spattered with thinned white paint to represent snow.  The vellum band was embossed with a discontinued embossing folder that can be found on AMAZON called Christmas Elegance EF6-CHEL by Crafters Companion. Then I stamped and Heat embossed the cup from Caffeine Addict from Sugar Pea Designs with gold embossing powder.  The sentiment is from Simon Says Stamp Ornate Ornaments SSS101878 Stamptember.

Challenges Entered:

SugarPeaDesigns:  Chal #49

WordArtWednesday:  Ch. 362 – 363 Anything Goes

ChouxChouxPaperArt:  Chal #3 – Christmas/Winter

CoffeeLovingCardMakers:  2018 Fall/Winter Coffee Lovers Blog HopCoffee-Lovers-Blog-Hop-10.png

DoubleTroubleChallenge:  Chal #16 – Winter/Holiday (and Three Amigos & Coffee Lovers Blog Hop)

ThreeAmigosBlogHopChallenge:  Chal #21 – Christmas/Winter/Holiday3 amigos bloghop chal 21

SimonSaysStamp:  B is for (Beans & Blue

KatScrappinessBlog:  Winter Wonderland



  1. Verna Angerhofer

    Wonderful use of the coffee beans to make a wreath.

  2. Fun design and coffee bean embossing wreath..

  3. tsurutadesigns1

    Nice work with the background…the gold embossing looks terrific too.

  4. I really like that you arranged the beans in the shape of a snowflake. Thank you for sharing with us at Double Trouble Papercrafting Challenge.

  5. How fun and creative to make a wreath out of coffee beans! Such a pretty Christmas card. So glad you linked to my Visions of Sugarplums challenge!

  6. beaglefest

    Wow, a coffee bean wreath-very creative and clever!

  7. Laura Jata

    Wow, how very stunning!

  8. this is gorgeous card!

  9. Extra pretty on the vellum!

  10. Wow, you embossing, you don’t lack in embossing…the gold and white embossing go well together, and like that you used the vellum to soften the bean wreath. Beautifully done. Thanks for sharing with us at Double Trouble.

  11. Karen Letchworth

    The textures on your embossing are wonderful.

  12. Lisa Bzibziak

    Beautiful coffee bean wreath! What a fantastic design! Great way to use those coffee bean hearts! So creative!

    • Lisa Bzibziak

      And thank you for joining us again over at Three Amigos! Still haven’t mailed you your prize, but hoping to get some things ready for the post office today!

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