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>> Friday, December 29, 2017


I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas!

Since I'm filling in for Julie today, I decided to channel my inner Julie and do a lot of cutting :)  Not nearly as intricate as hers though!

I started my card by stamping our Floor image along the bottom of my card and drew in horizontal lines with a black pen to change it into a checkerboard tablecloth and colored half red.  The Paper Coffee Cup was stamped on a separate piece of card stock, then I masked the top and bottom halves and stamped our Jelly/Coffee Beans image on the wrapper, colored with markers and fussy cut. The Cupcake was a bit more of a challenge since I needed to stamp it without the cherry on top and then fill in the missing line with a black pen.  The chocolate chips were stamped using our Chocolate Chip Background and fussy cut and attached on top.  Last but not least, I stamped our new Coffee & Friends greeting on black with versamark and heat embossed with white ep.  After trimming, I notched the corners with a petal on my flower punch and used a ruler and white gel pen to add the lines on each side.

Thanks so much for stopping by,

Happy New Year!


Shelia said...

Fabulous card, Sue. I really like the tablecloth you created for this. The greeting looks like it's written on a chalkboard! Awesome. Makes me want to call a friend & meet up for coffee somewhere! 😊

nwilliams6 said...

Sue, this is super yummy. Great tablecloth and some great looking food and drink here. You did a great job on this card - now I want a cupcake/muffin. Fun, fun, fun!!! Hugz

Karin said...

This is super cute! I love the table cloth and nothing goes better with coffee than some bakery! Delish!

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

Oh yum! Your coffee & choc chip cupcake look delish, Sue! Love the chalkboard greeting & checkered tablecloth. Great job!

Robin Clendenning said...

So cute! Love the dog bone pattern on the cups and chocolate chips in your muffin!!

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