Saturday, September 26, 2015

Today is a Good Day

Hello!  I made a card today for the Fall Coffee Lover's Blog Hop!  When they had the blog hop this past summer I was at the beach and unable to participate, but there was no chance of that happening this time around.  I'm also entering this in the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge.











I used my new Tim Holtz and Simon Says Stamp collaboration stamp set for this card.  I bought this stamp set mostly because I couldn't resist this coffee cup and sentiment, although the other images in the set are great too.  But I'm a coffee lover through and through so I had to have this.  I used my Zig Clean Color Real Brush watercolor pens to color the image.  The patterned paper is from American Crafts Autumn Crisp 6X6 paper pad.  This card was very quick and easy to put together!

Thanks for popping in today, see you again soon!

41 comments:

  1. Very nice wonderful coloring on the cup! I love your fall papers.
    Thank you for joining FALL CLBH.Have a blessed day
    DIANA L.

    DL.ART DESIGN TEAM MEMBER
    DL.ART
    http://dianamlarson.blogspot.com
    http://dianamlarson.ctmh.com

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  2. What a cool card! I love the background patterned papers you used.

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  3. very cute.. love that paper you used..

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  4. Awesome stamp! I seen it today at the local scrapbook convention. Wish I bought it now! Tfs

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  5. Beautiful card! Love all that great color!
    Take care!
    Michele

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  6. Fantastic job done and great colors! Happy hopping!

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  7. This is GORGEOUS! The paper!! I actually spied this and liked it on IG before I put a connection and found your blog - amazing!! Love that blueprint coffee image - this is fabulous!

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  8. Such a beautiful card. I like the paper.

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  9. Great card--love how you colored the coffee cup!

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  10. Such a lovely card, the stamp is fabulous and love the border. Thank you so much for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge. Hugs, Sandra

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  11. Love that beautiful Fall paper, colours and perfect cup anatomy cup image!

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  12. Love your coffee card, Diane, I have missed you my friend! Love that Tim Holtz stamp! Happy hopping!

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  13. Love your card Diane! Great minds must think alike because I used that same AC Autumn Crisp paper on one of my cards too!

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  14. Great fun card
    Hugs
    Marie dt over at MWLW
    xx

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  15. Perfection! The staples are a fun touch!

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  16. Very cute! I love those papers

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  17. Wonderful card to wish someone a good day ;-)

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  18. Great card! You've colored that coffee so well that it looks like it's ready to jump off the screen and onto my desk! And your papers are the perfect compliment to the yummy coffee. Sweet card. Bev

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  19. Yay! I love your card...isn't that just a fantastic stamp set?! Your card is beyond fabulous!

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  20. Fun fall paper and terrific colors on that stamp! That was the only one I really wanted from that set, so couldn't justify it. sigh.

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  21. wonderful coloring on your cool fall drink!

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  22. Happy Coffee Day. What a lovely card.

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  23. I like stitched die cuts!! And coffee day is always a good day!!

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  24. Pretty pattern paper and love that Tim Holtz stamp collection :)

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  25. Wonderful card. Love that stamp ♥

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  26. great design - love the stitches and how you put the layers together

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  27. Fun and colorful...doesn't look like a quick card...love it!

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  28. Congrats on your big in at SSS! This is such a pretty card and I am so happy for you!

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  29. Just gorgeous and love the patterned paper you used! Thanks for sharing this inspiration! ~Annie

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  30. Very pretty. like the patterned papers and stamp cut and coloring, and always a favorite stitching.

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