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  • Writer's pictureSusieKal

A Little Latte

I am in love with this suite - you can find it in the Online Exclusives at stampinup.com This means it is not in any of our catalogs, only available from the online store. I used it for two of our past monthly challenge cards. March and May - I'll share them both here. I'm also showing you some of my friend's cards.


Anita Harpe made the cute half circle Hello card below with the same suite. She made another stunning card that I'll show you at later in this post.



This month's monthly challenge card was a split card. It's a fun layout with the top panel split in two, held together by the main image. I used several of the dies in the Latte Suite to make the Coffee Press, with vellum as the carafe. I also included the coffee bean DSP from the same suite.



Here you can see how the layout works - with the front panel split it tow and the center image holding them together. You can make your panels any size you like, mind were about 2 inches. I placed my main image off center, but on another card I made I chose to center it - I think I like it off center a bit better.



Now for the cards my friends made - Donna Winters made two versions. First the adorable crab in her Let's Shellebrate card.



And then her Sweet Fall Acorn Card with a circle accent.


Kathleen Medina made a beautiful palm tree birthday card. She cleverly hid her inside images - as you will see in the second photo - except for the main sentiment.


Here you can see the hidden images and how the layout of the card fits together.



Weren't those fun cards? Ok, now I'll share our March 2024 challenge cards, just because I used the same Latte Suite of products. For our March cards we used the Pop Out Fun Fold Card Layout. I found this layout from Connie Stewart's blog found here: Pop Out Fun Fold Card Tutorial that Will WOW You (simplysimplestamping.com)




It's a really fun layout - with lots of places to add your favorite Designer Series Paper, and a textured panel to play with your embossing folders which provides a card within the card to add your personal message.


Here you can see how the main image pops out (the fun fold) and the embossed panel provides a hidden card.


I really enjoyed this layout. There's really only one tricky cut to make the pop out, but as you'll see on Conne's blog it's pretty easy to do.


Here are the cards my friends made with this same layout. First here is Kathleen's beautiful Easter Card.



And here you can see the full card - really beautiful!


Here is Donna's card - she made a fun birthday card.




I hope you enjoyed seeing all these photos - I know I shared a lot but I love bragging on my talented stamping friends. Let me finish with one last card using my favorite Latte Suite again.


This stunning card below was made by the super talented Anita Harpe. This wasn't one of our monthly challenge cards, just a card she made. She slays me with her details. Don't you love the copper cardstock and window sheets? So fun.


Well, thanks so much for stopping by. If you want to get this suite, or even just a few products from the suite, I'll have them linked below.








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