Kitschy and fun, Coffee Break is such a delightful collection! Pair it with our new Mixed-Media Art Mediums and you will create projects bubbling over with retro cuteness!
I created a couple of off the page projects using this collection. These adorable coffee cup sleeves or cozies are fun to make.
I even have two videos on how to complete them.
As soon as I saw the Coffee Break collection I thought of my favourite “wake me up” morning treat. I love my cup of coffee in the morning, and I also love relaxing with a cup of joe on the couch when it’s really quiet, which is not very often I may add!! I created two different types of coffee cup sleeves using papers and flowers from the Coffee Break collection. I hope you enjoy the videos on how I created each one.
The Coffee Cozies can be used multiple times on either disposable cups or mugs. My hand gets burned if I don’t use one of these with my coffee, so it’s the perfect solution to use instead of those generic brown sleeves.
These would be perfect as a gift or they could be brought to work and be admired by all your coworkers. Who wouldn’t want a cool coffee cup sleeve of their own? One could even bring a different one each day!!
Prima Products 1: 961435- Finnabair Art Basics- Light Paste, 890995- Ingvild Bolme Chalk Edger- Black Coal, 846749- Coffee Break Paper- Cup o’ Joe, 578381- Pensacola Flower, 891824- Ingvild Bolme Junkyard Findings- Water Taps, 575908- 6×6 Stencil- Basket Weave, 577100- Prima Trim
Prima Products 2: 891329- Ingvild Bolme Fluid Chalk Edger- Summer Field, 891343- Ingvild Bolme Fluid Chalk Edger- Turquoise Stone, 846718- Coffee Break Paper- Aromatic Blend, 578558- Coffee Break Leaves, 578510- Coffee Break Flowers, 892135- Ingvild Bolme Shabby Chic Treasures- Tassels, 980108- Bloom Collection Brads, 891817- Ingvild Bolme Junkyard Findings- Vintage Tub Knobs, 572075- Teal Wire Thread
I hope these inspire you to create your own. They are so fun and easy to make as you can see from your videos.
Enjoy and Have a wonderful day!!