CCC Coffee House + Winner Reveal

If you’ve been following along my journey of painting Colorado Craft Company stamp coloring, you’ll know that I love giving my critters clothes. I couldn’t resist making these three cuties from the Coffee House Stamp Set wear glittery outfits and look like they are dressed for a party — because it FEELS like it will be a party when I FINALLY get to meet my besties for a coffee date after a year and a half of staying quarantined.

I painted the background with instant coffee, which was an interesting experience! And also created a matching envelope (painted with coffee with a little bit of stamping done with coffee as well). I’m always trying out new things like using my own photos as backdrops for cards, so I hope this encourages you to try something new as well

And if you entered your name in the comments of my previous blog post, then don’t forget to scroll down and check if you’re the winner of the $25 gift card giveaway generously sponsored by Colorado Craft Company!

So, without further ado, here is the name of the giveaway winner: April W. Please email me, so I can send you a code for your gift card. I hope you enjoy your shopping stint!

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Hi there, I am Mansi, a self-taught artist based in Silicon Valley. I was a full-time communications professional for two decades, with a desk job and a six-figure salary until I decided to become a mom. Motherhood, as many will attest, can be extremely exhausting, especially in those first years. Art became my quiet place. It restored my sense of self. It gave me renewed energy. It helped me become a better mom. I was led down the path of creation by instinct and “discovered“ in early 2019 by a fellow kindred spirit at one of my art pop-ups who asked me to join her entrepreneurial venture. While I immersed myself full time in the role of CFO and co-founder of this women-led venture supporting local women makers, I missed experimenting with mixed-media. So, in 2021, I've decided to focus my energies full time in finessing my craft, producing more online tutorials and offering in-person art workshops for both adults and children. Thank you for joining me on this adventure as I experiment, learn and continue creating custom pieces of joy.

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