Fuel His & Her Creativity with SToK™ Cold Brew Iced Coffee

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Coffee is always part of my morning routine. My husband and I prefer our coffee iced rain or shine, summer or winter. For many years, we have omitted sugar from both coffee and tea, and now, our taste buds don’t allow for any sweetness in our caffeinated drinks, so when I discovered  SToK™ Un-Sweet Cold Brew Iced Coffee in the refrigerated aisle at Fred Meyer, it jumped straight into the cart because its 48 oz of “thoroughly geeked-out coffee” gives you JUST that – a full-on coffee experience.

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Fred Meyer is one of my favorite one-stop-shops because not only can I shop for produce, apparel, and more, they also provide a snack for my little one while we shop to make my (and his) experience all that more enjoyable. Shopping isn’t the only time I need energy. My husband and I both have hobbies of our own – I like to dabble in art and he loves to write music and play guitar. Inspired by my glass of slow-brewed, Arabica blend, SToK™ from Fred Meyer, and my husband’s hobby, I decided to infuse the two and create a handprint guitar on canvas using acrylic paints and sponge brushes. The best part? Everything can be found at Fred Meyer!

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With SToK™ running through my veins, this stylish, creative coffee definitely gives me inspiration to go above and beyond. The way SToK™ motivated me was to create an easy, giftable handprint guitar on canvas. This is a project that ANYBODY can make and is a great project for children!

Step 1: Gather your supplies of SToK™, acrylic paint, 8×10 (or any size canvas), mixing palette, sponge brushes, permanent markers, and your hands!

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Step 2: Apply the color of your choice of acrylic paint on the palm of your hand.

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Step 3: After stamping that onto your canvas, paint on a neck, headstock, and soundhole.

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Step 4: Use your fingertips to add tuning pegs and fretboard markers. Use a pipe cleaner to add on strings.

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Step 5: Draw 4 squiggly lines using a permanent marker.

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Step 6: Draw in music notes. Your handprint guitar is complete and totally giftable (once dry).

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How will SToK™ Cold-Brew Iced Coffee inspire you to reach your dreams and beyond? 

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14 Comments

  1. That handprint painting is lovely! Plus the iced coffee sounds like the perfect treat for these scorching summer days!

  2. What a cute idea. My daughter loves the guitar – I can see doing a series of these in different colors. #client

    • Thank you! It’s a simple project that makes the “maker in you” proud of your work on canvas. That’s a fantastic idea – they would look lovely! ?

  3. Yum! Iced coffee is perfect for summer when I’m feeling drowsy and tired from the heat.

  4. So creative! I’m just like you, no sugar in my caffeine. I’m going to grab some next time I see it in th store.

  5. What an awesome craft!! That iced coffee sounds awesome too. I miss Fred Meyer! They are such a great one stop shop.

  6. The coffee sounds delicious!

  7. The flags on the eighth and sixteenth notes to the right of the guitar are on the wrong sides of the note stems.

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