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Some Java with a Twist

When I saw the MFPSpeedyTV Sketch with a Twist Challenge this week, I wanted to play. I help Shirley, Kathy, and Chris with the Inspiration Challenge on MFPSpeedyTV, but I have been trying to play in some of the other challenges too so I can visit with other MFP DT members. There are so many fun challenges on MPFSpeedyTV - I am going to try them all.

This is the sketch:


And the twist is to use black, pink and white colors (the Tim Holtz tea distress ink lends a bit of brown tone to some of my black papers but I promise they are black). Here is my card:


I used the MFP Oh Beans set for the cups and the MFP Ivy and Blossoms set for my sentiment. My papers are SU! and Recollections, my inks are Memento Black and Tim tea, and my bling is from Zva. I showed this one to my Mom (a coffee addict like me), and she wanted to send it to a friend so off it went.

Fun challenge girls - I promise to come play again soon.

Hugz!

Comments

  1. This is a fabulous card, I love your image and the doily is a brilliant addition.
    Pauline
    x

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  2. Very nice! Great job with the challenge!

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  3. Great colour combo and just love the coffee cups and of course those polka dots :)

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  4. I'm having Blogger trouble this morning. This is the second time (on different cards) when I clicked publish, my comment just disappears. Arghhhhhh!

    That's a nice sketch and I love your coffee cups. How nice the card is already in the mail.

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  5. I love your coffee card! it fits perfectly with the challenge sketch and twist! Thank you for visiting and joining in with us at MFP Sketch With a Twist Challenge! Hugs, Vickie Y, MFP DT and SWAT Challenge Hostess

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  6. Oh my goodness, Nancy. Your lovely comments on my blog...brought me to tears...You have a gift with words...(something I wish I had) and they really touched me and made my day...Thank you so much...Many Blessings to you...Jill

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  7. Wow, Nancie! LOTS of fussy cutting! How amazing - I really admire your ability to get in those tiny little cup handles! Love all the design elements in your background, and I can almost smell your java just from the colors! Nancie, So sorry I have not been able to visit your blog regularly this month - the bingo game is taking all my time and energy - and will until it is completed. hugs, de
    {Creative Smiles}

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  8. You are so creative! I never thought of changing up the cups like this! I love it!!! Very pretty!!!

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  9. This is so fun and one can smell the coffee.
    Hugs Desíre {Doing Life}

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  10. What a fun card, I love coffee and you will always find me in a coffee shop somewhere love the pink and black together.
    Kelly x

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  11. so gorgeous nancy.really pretty design and colour combo and the coffee cups looks fab :D

    xx coops xx

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  12. What a fun stack of cups! It's like me in the morning, only I drink all of those in one cup...refill after refill after refill. ;)

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  13. Fabulous card and design. Love the doily behind the square. So cute!

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  14. Wow you put tons of work into this lovely card....Lis MFP

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  15. Wow you put tons of work into this lovely card....Lis MFP

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  16. So very cute. I love the colors and the different arrangement of the cups. Great job.

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  17. Oh I love your card. The layering of the cups on top of the sentiment block is fanstastic. Thanks for sharing with us on MFP's Sketch with a Twist and I'm so sorry for the late comment.

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  18. Look at those luscious layers. I love the doily background too. It goes perfect with your image.
    Bear Hugs,
    Carol

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