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A Designer Coffee Cup and a Cupcake

The current Fresh Brewed Blog challenge is paper piecing or accordian fold. I needed to make some thank you cards that held some Starbucks gift cards so I selected one of my fav Fresh Brewed Designs images and paper-pieced some fun SU! designer paper (I think it is retired now unfortunately).

Happy Good Friday to all! Hugz!


  1. Love that paper and what a great way to present someone with a Starbucks gift card. Enjoy today and the rest of the weekend.

  2. Very nice done, and as Donna said in a post above...perfect card to add those Starbucks to..
    (I think I will go get my cup of coffee now!)

  3. Great card and the perfect coffee color!

  4. Love it!! Those polka dots are great and love how you paper pieced the cups! Wishing you a blessed Easter :)

  5. Wonderful card Nancy, I like the paper piecing and the papers you have used.
    Kevin xx

  6. Nancy, what a great way to give someone a coffee house gift card! Love the papers you used and how you paper pieced the coffee and cupcake. Happy Easter to you and yours.


  7. Lucky recipients...great paper pieced cups and cupcakes.

    Have a wonderful Easter weekend.

  8. Cute! Fab image, funny sentiment and great paper choice too :)

  9. Cute card....good choice of color and design it.

    I LOVE the paper piecing AND the paper. Gorgeous colors.
    The red cherry pops and those itty bitty flowers are so sweet.

    Thank you for joining us this month at Freshly Brewed Challenges!

  11. All of these cards are really very nice . Thank you for that cards.
    Modular kitchen designs

  12. I really liked it and it very nice. Thanks for the cards.


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