Coffee Cafe Mini Coffee Cups - FREE Template!

I am having so much fun with the NEW Coffee Cafe Stamp Set from 2017-2018 Annual Stampin' Up! Catalog. My project today would make the perfect gift for any coffee lover. 
  • I found these adorable 4 oz. mini coffee cups on-line at the Webstaurant Store. If you are interested in purchasing them click HERE. You can also purchase the lids HERE.  
  • I made a template for the cup cover and belly band - available for download HERE.
  • Once you have downloaded the template cut out the cover and belly band and trace onto Coffee Break Designer Series Paper. I used the large polka dot pattern for the cover and the woodgrain pattern for the belly band. Cut out pieces and adhere to coffee cup with Liquid Glue.
  • I stamped the Life Happens Coffee Helps sentiment by using the Garden Green and Early Espresso Stampin' Write Markers. Just color the images on the stamp set with the paintbrush end of the marker and then give it a big HUFF to add some moisture, then stamp onto Whisper White Cardstock.
  • Cut out the sentiment with big shot using the 3rd smallest Lots of Labels Framelits Die. Punch a hole in each end with the 1/8" Handheld Circle Punch.
  • Cut a 12" piece of Linen Thread. Thread through holes and tie around coffee cup and add a bow. I cheated a little by adding Stampin' Dimensionals to anchor the banner. 
  • Stamp heart image with Soft Sky Ink onto Whisper White Cardstock and cut out tag from the Coffee Cups Framelits Die set. Tie onto linen thread. 
  • Stamp the coffee bean image from the Coffee Cafe Stamp Set in Early Espresso Ink and cut out using the coffee bean die from the Coffee Cups Framelits Die set. Adhere to the top of the cup using Stampin' Dimensionals.

Add a Sweet Treat!

I found some chocolate covered mocha coffee paste candies from my local confectionary. They are chewy and super delicious! They are nice alternative to the crunchy chocolate covered coffee bean. I put them in a 2 x 8 Cellophane Bag and just cut it down to fit in the cup and tied some Garden Green Twine that I had left over in my stash. 

I would love to hear what you are planning to put in your mini coffee cups. Thanks for stopping by!

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