Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Coffee Lovers BlogHop-Fall '17

Card #10:

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My little monsters are Trick Or Treating for Pumpkin Lattes  😋

Coffee Lovers BlogHop-Fall '17

Card 9:
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My card ~ 

This time I used my Grandpa's Glass: Cup of Love die by Jillian Vance Design as an embossed image instead of die cutting it. This technique is very cool, thank you, Amy for reminding me to use it ;-)  
The Orange paper is Embossed Brights from Craft Smith.
Sunflowers are 3-D stickers from The Dollar Tree.
Background patterned paper is from G.C.D. 12X12 papers: Loverly collection.

Coffee Lovers BlogHop-Fall '17

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 Swipes of Tim Holtz Distress Stain on my white panel are the background for my outlined Maple leaf.  Sentiment is from Uniko's "I Love Tea" stampset and the colorful cups are from a sheet of coffee/tea stickers I picked up at The Dollar Tree a few CBLH's  back 😁



Coffee Lovers BlogHop-Fall '17

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Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Coffee Lovers BlogHop-Fall '17

Card 6:

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My card ~
I stamped my fave Maple Leaf stamp from Michael's several times and washed over each with Tim Holtz Distress Stains. The Circle window is from Spellbinders. Fussy cut the Tim Holtz 'Coffee Time' to go cup and added some orange cord and wood veneer leaf also from Michael's.

Coffee LoversBlog Hop-Fall '17

Card 5:
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Oh what fun coloring this free digi image is!  You can download yours from Craftin Desert Divas, one of the awesome Super Sponsors!  You will want to check out the DT's fabulous cards there.
This owlie is so sweet but I clearly need practice using my Alcohol markers, so maybe I will make a few more cards using this cutie ;-)
 
Note: The tea cup border stamp I used on my last card (#572)for the CLBH is from a 1996 Stampin Up  set "Best Borders"

Monday, September 18, 2017

Coffee Lovers BlogHop-Fall '17

Card 4:

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Okay, who out there is old enough to recognize the line of tea pots wood stamp?  :-)