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March 8, 2018

Veronica: I Had a Mexican Spice Up My Day

This is Veronica from vicky's scrapping passion, sharing with you my first post for Craftwell. For this kind of mixed media project I got inspired by my love for coffee and a coffee cardboard sleeve, I got at at small coffee shop in Fredericksburg, TX.  This is my end result:

Craftwell Tools: Cut N' Boss and Teresa Collins dies. For more supplies and steps to make this wall-hanging, please head over my Snapguide. Furthermore, all die cuts from the Teresa Collins dies, were made from used Stay-Wet paper, which was stained with many acrylic colors from my painting palettes.

Here are some more close looks:

I attached the Sizzix frame die cut only by the edges to add dimension to the frame.

I attached the tags only by the brad, leaving some movement to the whole piece, sticking the end of the tags inside the coffee sleeve:

I made a dangle using one of the TH IdeOlogy tags, a brad, and a vintage button:

 I tried to add as much dimension, as I could:

I added the Teresa Collins die-cut heart and a veneer cup from Latina Crafter, which I embellished with a red heart cut with a Sizzix die for contrast.

I hope you enjoyed my first craft for Craftwell and follow my blog as well: vicky's scrapping passion.

Many blessings

Vicky Tovar


  1. This is cute! Love the little details, like the coffee cup and heart!

  2. Great insights. I look forward to reading what you're planning on next, because your post is a nice read.


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