Friday 10 May 2024

Latte Love for As You See It 323

 Welcome to a new challenge at As You See It. This time, it's our Recipe Challenge: just take the five ingredients and see what happens. 

I quite like the idea of keeping the colour to black, white and one other colour - although it did turn out to be a little trickier than I thought at first. 😉

The colour I chose was one of the new In Colours - Petunia Pop.

I stamped the mug from Latte Love onto scraps of Petunia Pop DSP from the new Colour Family stack, then die cut them out. I did shade the edges with a light Petunia Pop Stampin' Blend - still not sure whether that was a good idea or not! On the whole, I think so. I certainly would have done it if I'd been colouring the whole mug in.

I used the Painted Texture 3D Embossing folder for the background. I like this one for the coffee because it reminds me of the crema on top of a flat white.

I white embossed the sentiment on to Basic Black card. While the sentiment is from the Latte Love set, the label is from the new Unbounded Love die set.

So, five ingredients:
  • Black ✓
  • White ✓
  • One other colour - Petunia Pop ✓
  • Embossing folder - Painted Texture ✓
  • Die Cut - Latte Love for the mug and Unbounded Love for the sentiment label ✓
I'm excited to see what you do with these five ingredients!

Make sure you visit the As You See It page to see what the rest of the Design Team have done with them - and to link up your own entry.

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1 comment:

  1. This was such a clever idea to use the different DSP patterns for each mug Jan; it adds so much interest and detail yet the colour gives them a pleasing cohesiveness. I love the bold, white-on-black sentiment label too. Great job!