Coffee Magnets (ReneaBouquet July Swap)

For the month of July, ReneaBouquets had a magnet swap, and I decided to make a coffee themed set!

After the process video there are some close-up photos & a product list.

Process Video:

Products:

  • ReneaBouquets
  • Beautiful Board
  • Grid
  • Glass Microbeads
    • Gold
    • Dark Red
  • Mini Dusty Teal Mulberry Paper Roses
    • Ranger
      • Embossing Powder
      • White (Super Fine)
      • Black (Super Fine)
      • Enchanted Gold
      • Gold
    • Archival Ink
      • Black
      • Chrome Yellow
    • Emboss It Dabber
    • Tim Holtz
      • Distress Spray Stain
      • Ground Espresso
      • Weathered Wood
      • Gathered Twigs
      • Blueprint Sketch
    • Distress Oxide
      • Ground Espresso
      • Weathered Wood
      • Faded Jeans
      • Blueprint Sketch
    • Mini Blending Tool
    • Water Pen – Nib
    • Stampers Anonymous
      • Mini Flourish Stencil
      • Tonic
        • Tim Holtz
        • Stamp Platform
      • Prima
        • Ingvild Bolme
        • Quick Dry Fluid Chalk Ink
        • Worn Jeans
      • Finnabair
        • 3D Gloss Gel
        • Simon Says Stamp
          • Embossing Powder
          • Ultra Fine Steel Navy
        • Embossing and Watermark Ink
          • Clear
        • Stamp Set
          • Coffee and Tea
        • JudiKins
          • Diamond Glaze
          • MicroGlaze
        • Liquitex
          • Clear Gesso
        • E6000
        • Unknown/Unbranded
          • Magnets

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