Wednesday, December 13, 2017

May Your Coffee Be Strong

Welcome by again, blog friends!  I hope that by this point in your day that you've had at least one cup of coffee, if not more.  I'm just about to go get my second latte of the morning.  While it's probably lunch time for some of you, I'm slow getting started in the morning and I need a couple cups of coffee before I'm ready for much of anything.
This card was made with some patterned paper scraps (two different pieces from two completely different companies) that I inked and glued together.  I added half of a white doily, some Red Flower Stamens, and green wool felt die-cut holly leaves.  The holly berries are little berries that I got in a HUGE package years ago.  I also tucked some Olive Green and Ivory Burlap String under the cluster.  As I've mentioned before, the coffee journalling card is from a sheet by ADORNit! that I colored with my Copics.
I appreciate your visits to my blog SO very much, and I would be thrilled to have you become a NEW FOLLOWER.  For those who become a new blog follower on my blog during the Winter Coffee Blog Hop and leave me a comment saying they did so, I will draw one name to win an antique floral frog (for photographing your cards).

Coffee Loving Cardmakers Winter Blog Hop - Anything Coffee, Tea or Cocoa Related - I used an ADORNit! coffee journalling card.

Choux Choux Paper Art - Lori Hairston's Visions of Sugarplums Challenge

13 comments:

  1. Beautiful design and I love that sentiment. The colors are so festive too.

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  2. so pretty, love how you used that ADORNit journaling card.

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  3. Very pretty. I love the floral spray and the papers that you used.

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  4. Love this card, Karen. I've used that sentiment - I find it so cute. Love the layout with the lace and holly with berries.

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  5. so pretty. great sentiment and I like the felt holly leaves and berries.

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  6. Another fun card - I am loving those journaling cards that you are using - the quotes are wonderful
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  7. Beautiful. Love the doily and the holly.
    [Bunny]

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  8. Love this one too! So pretty! Love the felt and the texture it gives and that doily... always a good choice!

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  9. What a beautiful card. The sentiment is perfect and I love all your added elements!

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