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A little more coffee..


This week's Fresh Brewed Designs Challenge is to make a card with Red, Yellow and Teal (FBC #101). I used a great image I won by commenting on Fresh Brewed DT member Sheryl's blog.

Papers, twine, and button from SU!, and I computer generated the sentiment. Today was a day when I needed a little more coffee - hope you were luckier!!!!

Hugz!

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  1. Wow! Nancy, I love this! I just sat down at my computer and your post popped up with such a nice surprise! This image is perfect for those days when you really need coffee! What fun polka dots!
    I do hope that your day got better with a little more coffee! ;-)
    Thank you for joining us at Freshly Brewed Challenges!
    Warmest Hugs, Sheryl

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  2. Cute card...and I love the sentiment...especially since I'm such a big coffee drinker! smile.

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  3. OH MY GOODNESS I LOVE THIS CARD!!! hehehe!!! It is gorgeous!!! LOVE the way you used the colors. The sentiment is perfect!!! Yesterday was crazy for me :/ my husband counted and at the end of the day said that I brewed 8 pots of coffee, HAHAHA!! I guess I am a stress drinker :)

    Thank you for playing along this week at Freshly Brewed Challenges Color challenge!

    Heather D.
    www.freshbreweddesigns.com

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  4. I don't drink much caffine any more so when I need some boy does it work - half a cup will do it LOL! Cute card :)

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  5. that is soooooo true. lol! loooooooove your card and that's the perfect sentiment to go with it!! thank you for joining us at fresh brewed designs.

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  6. Heather would agree with that sentiment, fabulous card Nancy, I like the image and the pearls.
    Kevin xx

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  7. Love the sentiment and huge coffee mug, this is what I have needed this week.

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  8. Cute card, Nancy..love the dots. About that coffee, yuck...just fill my cup with Diet Dr. Pepper and I'm all set. :-) Never could develop a taste for coffee. I tried.

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  9. Love this sentiment! Ha! I'm having one of those mornings RIGHT now. Coffee is in front of me, being drained at a rapid rate. :)

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  10. fully agree with your sentiment :) , right now my feeling is to take this cofee cup and run away...
    samir

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