Cuppa Joe | The Cut Shoppe

Hey friends! I’m back with a new project that was recently on The Cut Shoppe Blog using the Cuppa Joe Cut File. Today I’m going to be sharing a layout in my Traveler’s Notebook, which is something that is completely new to me! I’m participating in the My Thankful 30 project for the month of November, and I thought the Traveler’s Notebook would be the perfect size to document what I’m thankful for!

I started in Cricut Design Space by slicing out one of the coffee cup images from the Cuppa Joe Cut File. I used the contour feature to make the coffee cup a solid image. I then resized the coffee cup to fit onto a Traveler’s Notebook spread.

I cut the coffee cup image on a sheet of watercolor paper. I used Shimmerz Paints Jeni B Blue, Heidi Ho Blue, and Lapis Dance to paint the coffee cup while the image was still on the Cricut cutting mat.

I grabbed the Maggie Holmes 6×6 Gather Collection Paper Pad and used a blue gingham patterned paper as a layer in my notebook. I used ephemera from the Maggie Holmes Gather Collection and Chasing Dreams Collection as layers behind the photo. I also grabbed a few gold leaves that I picked up at Michaels a few years ago and also tucked a clip, from the One Canoe Two Hazelwood Ephemera Pack, on the right-hand side of the page.

For final touches, I added Gold Heidi Swapp Color Shine splatters and a few gold glittery hearts from Close To My Heart. I also added a title using black alphas from my stash and one line of journaling using my We R Memory Keepers Typecast Typewriter.

Now you can take a look at my process video that includes a Cricut Design Space tutorial.

Remember to head to The Cut Shoppe Etsy Store to check out all of the cut files! Thanks for spending part of your day with me!!

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