Card Recognition

Wednesday, November 6, 2019

a latte birthday wishes


And for another round of coffee fun....  having way too much fun with the Coffee Loving Cardmakers Fall/Winter blog hop.  My first card uses a sentiment and coffee cup from Lil Inkers and a piece of paper from a Simon Says card set.


This card uses a mug and sentiment from Paper Smooches, MFT dies and a Tim Holtz stencil.


This card pairs a Pebbles paper, Concord & 9th sentiment die and a MFT die out of vellum.


This card uses a mug from Gracielle Desings with MFT die and paper, plus some vellum.


This card uses cups and sentiment from Lawn Fawn.


This card pairs a Gracielle Designs sentiment with a Neat & Tangled coffee cup and MFT dies.


This card uses an Altenew sentiment with a coffee cup from....  oh it's escaping me at the moment...

Tuesday, November 5, 2019

it's always coffee time


I'm back with even more!!!  Here are a few more cards for the Coffee Loving Cardmakers Fall/Winter Blog Hop.  My first card uses a coffee cup and sentiment from Echo Park.


This card uses a sentiment and patterned paper from PTI, MFT die and a cup from Clear and Simple Stamps.


This card uses the faux embossing technique (ink up the embossing folder) and a sentiment from Echo Park and Verve die.


This card uses a stencil with embossing paste, Honeybee Stamps coffee pot and dies...

Monday, November 4, 2019

less Monday more coffee


Happy Monday, welcome to more fun for the Coffee Loving Cardmakers Fall/Winter Blog Hop.  My first card pairs a Gina K sentiment with 2 coffee cups from Ellen Hutson and a MFT die.


This card uses a coffee cup from Gina K and sentiment from Altenew with MFT dies.


This card uses a Gina K sentiment and a Honeybee Designs coffee pot.


This card uses a sentiment from Divinity Designs and a coffee cup from Impression Obsessions and a background cover die by Lil Inkers.


This card uses a coffee cup and sentiment from Studio Katia.


Sunday, November 3, 2019

I just can't adult....


Hello... I'm back with more coffee cards for the Fall/Winter Coffee Loving Cardmakers Blog Hop.  Once I get on a roll it's hard to walk away... and it's not like I don't have options-- I have too many options.  My first card uses a sentiment from an old woodblock stamp set that I have no idea who it's from, but the coffee cup is a Simon Says Die and the die cuts are a collection of Lawn Fawn, PTI, MFT dies.


This card uses the Dark Room Door stamps sentiment, Spellbinders dies and some paper from DCWV. 


This card uses the Trinity Stamps Frappy Camper set for a CAS coffee caravan card.


This card pairs a journal card from Cosmo Cricket (~amy~ be proud I'm using my stash) and a Hero Arts coffee mug.


And my final project (for today) is a tag that pairs a Lawn Fawn coffee cup and saucer (and dies) with Hero Arts print, Reverse Confetti tag, PTI die and May Arts ribbon.

Saturday, November 2, 2019

How to make me Happy



Hello!  Back for more fun & games for the Coffee Loving Cardmakers Fall/Winter Blog Hop.  I'm up on the blog with a shout out to these first two cards, playing with the CAS theme.  My top card uses a Simon Says Stamps sentiment and an Altenew coffee pot.


This card pairs a Neat & Tangled cup with a sentiment from Honeybee Stamps.

This card uses a cup and sentiment from Lil Inkers, dies from MFT and a stencil from Tim Holtz.


This card uses another sentiment from Simon Says Stamps and mugs from The Ton with a MFT die and Lil Inker background die.


This card is for the current CAS(E) this sketch using Neat & Tangled goodies, a PTI die, paper from MFT and some vellum.


Tthis tag by PTI uses a coffee cup by Concord & 9th.


This card combines an Avery Elle cup and sentiment with an Altenew sentiment.

Friday, November 1, 2019

Coffee Loving Fall Winter Blog Hop




Hello!  Welcome to the Coffee Loving Cardmakers Fall/Winter Blog hop.  I'm going to be totally honest and say that I'm a SUPER FAN.  Thank you to all the sponsors who have so generously donated goodies, I will try to use a few of them over the next week, but I have a rather robust coffee crafting supply and I tend to get overwhelmed by choices.    So without further adieu, let's get this party started!!!  My first card uses Paper Smooches stamps and a MFT sentiment, with Hero Arts paper and MFT dies.


This card uses SugarPea Designs dies, Clear and Simple sentiment, MFT leaf die, Sizzix embossing folder.


This card combines SugarPea Designs cup with a Kelly Purkey sentiment, PTI die.


This card uses Paper Smooches coffee cup and sentiment, plus MFT dies.


This card combines Lil Inker coffee cup, Joy Clair cookie, PTI notebook die, MFT dies, vellum and staples.

Wednesday, October 30, 2019

Grande Hugs



Welcome to the Paper Smooches/Coffee Loving Cardmakers blog hop!  Leave comments along the way for a chance to win a $25 Gift Certificate to be selected from participating blogs (comment on all). Must comment by November 6th at 11:59 PM PT. Winner will be announced the following week on the blog.

Here's the list of all the amazing fun coffee creations:

and check out all the talented crew over at Paper Smooches.


Saturday, October 26, 2019

uncork & unwind



Cheers!  As we head into the 3rd power outage this month in Northern California, I'm definitely drawing on a few deep breaths, planning and maybe a glass of wine?  Using the current MFT sketch for this card with MFT dies and sentiment and patterned paper.  The wine label is a scrap from an upcycled letterpress wedding invitation.

Saturday, October 19, 2019

Coffee Time


Happy Saturday!  I'm up on the Coffee Loving Cardmakers with 2 pumpkin-coffee cards.  Fun to mix things up once in awhile.  My second card was inspired by the current SugarPea Designs challenge.


Friday, October 18, 2019

perk up



Hello, I'm back with some more Coffee Loving Cardmakers coffee crafty fun to celebrate the special release by Trinity Stamps Frappy Camper.  Hop along for your chance to win a $20 gift certificate, winner will be announced on October 26th over on the Trinity Blog.  You should have arrived via Dana's blog and your next stop is Katie's blog.