Saturday, December 9, 2017

AHHH ~ Coffee

Howdy Crafters ~ Are you making Coffee, Tea or Hot Chocolate Projects? It is the 2017 Winter Coffee Lovers Blog Hop ~ Also, Catch the Bug is having a Naked Stamping Challege which means no coloring digital or rubber stamp ~ hope you are having a great day - blessings, Gail

Cardstock - White Patterns
Digital - Catch The Bug ~ JJ Coffee
3D Candy Cane Embellishment with Bow
Cuttlebug - Poppy Stamps Landscape Die for the Snow ~ Swiss Dot Embossing Folder
Spellbinders Scallop Die for digital
Inside Card: MFP Stamp - Misti - Memento Black Ink

I was inspired to create by these challenges:
Winter Coffee Lovers Blog Hop 2017
Dec 31 CHN Extra Christmas 
Dec  CHN Weekly #363 Christmas
Dec 31 CHN Patterned Paper
Dec Catch the Bug Naked Stamping #2
Dec Weekly Jo's Scrap Shack AG


  1. Very fun card, Gail. I really like the design and the candy canes.

  2. Like the no coloring creation. Had hot tea, Teavana Royal English Breakfast, this morn. This evng it will bee Hot Chocolate. Made cookies (Snickerdoodles & Pizzelles) today on my day off.
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

  3. awesome card and love the Bugaboo image.

  4. Another fun card with naked stamping....gorgeous!
    Thanks again for entering Catch the Bug.
    xxx Margreet, GDT Catch the Bug

  5. such a fun digi, that sentiment absolutely cracks me up.

  6. I like the peppermint candy embellishment.

  7. Using patterned paper is a great way to add color when you aren’t coloring your stamp. Thanks for your entry to CraftyHazelnut’s December Patterned Paper challenge! Hope to see you at new year’s challenges, too!

    ~~Heidi @ My Little Stamping Blog

  8. I have this image and I never would have thought to use it for a Christmas card. Love your candy cane embellishment; it finishes the card off perfectly. Thanks for playing with CHNCC2 and Jo's Scrap Shack (so sorry I'm so late in commenting, life was crazy around the holidays!)


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