But first, BEER

Hello Everyone! Anna here and I’d like to share with you three cards I made using Beer stamp set.
At first I made three mugs of beer – one for each card. All mugs were stamped with Beach Blondie Dye, Amber Citrine Dye, Found Topaz Dye, Crystal Pewter Dye, Smoky Quartz Dye and cut out using Beer Coordinating Dies.

My first card is a birthday card.


At first I stamped two mugs of beer at the bottom . Then I stamped confetti at the top of my card using Holiday Confetti stamps with Soft Garnet and Cali Blue. I stamped three candles from Beer stamp set (Inks: Soft Garnet, Red Sangria, Cali Blue, Azurite Bright Fern, Everglade Moss ) and cut out them using Coordinating Dies. Next I stamped sentiment in Caviar, adhered one mug ( + candles) onto the card with foam tape. Lastly, I embellished the card using Belle’s Dress Couture Mix.

For the second card I stamped Wave (Beer Wave)) with Couture Color – Citrine Collection on white cardstock.


Then I blended Arctic Sky onto a card. I stamped sentiment in Aspen Cocoa . Then I adhered one mug onto my card and added a few Dew Drops.

I used Double Stitched Rectangle Dies (Small) (Dry Embossing with Die Cuts) to make a background for the third card.


Then I stamped images from Pragmatic Wreaths with Bright Fern, Beach Blondie, Warm Hazelnut, Aspen Cocoa and Lemon Drop. All images were cut out with Coordinating Dies. I gathered the branches around the mug of beer and then adhered them to a card (kraft cardstock) . I stamped a banner image with Banners – Basic and embossed it in gold. Then I cut the banner using Banners – Basic Coordinating Dies and I stamped Craft Beer from Beer stamp set. Lastly, I adhered the banner onto my card.

One winner will get $50 gift certificate to The Ton’s Shop.  *Gift certificates only apply to The Ton stamps, dies, ink, gilding and embossing powder.

For this month, we have a fun color palette challenge

Color Palette

I hope you enjoyed beer cards today. Thank you so much for stopping by!


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