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Coffee and a Cupcake


I had to clean off the kitchen counter to make this card and take this picture - it was covered with the supplies the tile layers are using to put down the tile in my house. Hopefully this week, I will finally have the new floor I have been dreaming of for the last few years.

Today Maureen who is known as Mamamostamps was named the new Featured Stamper at SCS. I chose this card to case. I kept her fun coffe theme and the layout of her main panel. I changed the colors, papers, image, and sentiment. I used the Fresh Brewed Designs Challenge August Inspirational Photo as my inspiration for the colors, and I am entering this card in that challenge as well. All my papers are SU! and my image is from Fresh Brewed Designs.

Hugz to all!

Comments

  1. Cute paper pieced food, Nancy! And congrats on getting your dream flooring. That's awesome!

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  2. Cute paper pieced coffee cup and a very pretty card. Glad you're getting your flooring. I've been through that and it's no fun but it will have a great ending.

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  3. Very cute card - love that touch of paper piecing and the red really pops! Great :)

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  4. Nancy, this is the perfect pair.....yummy! Fun card, pretty colors.

    Hugs
    Sue

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  5. Wonderful sentiment with this image and great paper choices. Love the paper piecing too.

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  6. Oh this is too cute! I love your design and pretty paper.

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  7. so cute. love your paper piecing and cute saying for those digis. thank you for joining us at fresh brewed designs :)

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  8. I LOVE THIS CARD!!!! Great paper piecing and the layout / design is beautiful!
    Thank you so much for sharing it and playing along with us at Freshly Brewed Challenge month long prize challenge!!! HUGS!!!
    Heather D.
    www.freshbreweddesigns.com

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