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A Friend and Some Tea (Or a Friend in Some Tea)


The new House Mouse & Friends Monday Challenge is "Liquid Refreshments" - any type of liquid refreshment can be used on your card. This is one of my favorite House Mouse images of all time. It would be hard to get much cuter than this! I used a SU! image as the base behind the tea cup and the Friendship banner.

Be sure and grab your favorite House Mouse image and join us in this fun challenge - but be sure include some type of liquid refreshment on the card (in the image or on the card somewhere). I thought about using some Diet Coke or coffee as a medium on my card (those are my favorite refreshments - LOL).

Happy Monday! Hugz!

Comments

  1. Nancy, this is really priceless!! Gorgeous and very clever design to combine the stamps here! I love it! :) Thanks for letting me know about the challenge this morning hun! :) So exciting! HUGS

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  2. Nancy, this is the sweetest card. I love what it says and the mouse in the cup is just too cute. Plus, great papers used. Have a fabulous week, my friend.

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  3. This is so cute and pretty! Like your colors, your layout, and that sweet image (which I have too...need to get it out and use it again)...Hope you have a great week!

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  4. This is just precious. I love the mix of design papers and the hint of vintage.
    Hugs
    Desíre
    {Doing Life – my personal blog}

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  5. Hi Nancy
    I love your choice of image, beautiful details, and the design too, totally gorgeous
    Happy crafting
    Tracy x

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  6. This is so cute. Love the cute image you chose and your colors.

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  7. Gorgeous card Nancy, I like the sweet fun mouse image the papers and the ribbon.
    Kevin xx

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  8. Very sweet and pretty! Love the adorable image!

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  9. This is gorgeous!
    Pretty colours and such a sweet image:)
    Hugs, Heidi:)

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  10. Adorable creation, Nancy, so soft and cute. Lovely colouring of the sweet image...perfect sentiment to go with it.
    Great to have you with us as a GDT,
    enjoy your evening (-with a cup of tea?)
    hugs Dorte

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  11. gorgeous papers and super image a beautiful card, great to have you with us this time around
    Hugs Kate xx

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  12. AHHhh so sweet!! I love all the House Mouse images and can't pick a favorite, but this one really is cute!! I love the vintage feel of it with that great ribbon! Adorbs!

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  13. so gorgeous nancy.adorable sweet image and i love your pretty paper and bow :D

    xx coops xx

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  14. Such a beautiful card Nancy, I love your design and colours with a touch of vintage!! Your image is just adorable and I love your gorgeous details!!

    hugs
    Heather xx

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  15. You are right they don't come any cuter than this one. You put together and lovely card with this mouse and SU stamps. Love, Love, Love it.

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  16. Love everything about this!! The choice of papers is inspired - love the gingham and little flowers together. The image with the stamp behind it and the banner in front is just wonderful, topped off with the gorgeous bow - wonderful :)

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  17. Such a cute card. Nothing better than a friend and tea.

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  18. Nancy, love how you used this sweet image. Papers and ribbon are so pretty and give your card a vintage feel. Great choices for the liquid refreshment challenge. Nicely done!

    Hugs
    Sue

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  19. I love this card, and the way you coloured it, just wonderful !
    Kate x

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  20. Wow, look how far behind I am. I just realized I am living in the ozone right now....lol This is so super cute and you know I love anything with a tea cup. Love it.
    Bear Hugs,
    Carol

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