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Peanut Butter and Jelly Ale, a Flower, and Some Butterflies

 It's T-Day over at Elizabeth's where we share something related to drinks.

This week I have a fun Peanut Butter and Jelly Ale from Catawba Brewery.  It is fabulous and, of course, my grocery only had the one pack.  I may have to drive to South Carolina and get some more!

I also have a  few cards to share - I made one of them a few weeks ago and can't remember if I shared or not.  The flower die on the first card is a current one from Close to My Heart.  I fell in love with it at my aunt's house and had to buy it.  The background is modeling paste added to an embossing folder and smooshed on card stock (by hand). 

The butterflies are from DRS Designs - I am having fun with them. 
Hope you are having a wonderful week and happy T-day!

Hugz,

Nancy


Comments

  1. PB&J is definitely an unexpected flavor for any alcoholic beverage!

    best… mae at maefood.blogspot.com

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  2. Oh! That beer looks fantastic!!!! Hmmmm, would I want to try that!
    And the cards are wonderful, too.
    Wow. That was a short one (I´m a bit... "disappointed" ;-)
    Have a great and yummy T-Day! Hugz

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  3. PB and jelly beer. I'd try that. How does the jelly taste? I like PB beer so why not add jelly. And Nice cards too. You inspire me to try making some more as I used to make a lot of them. The white one has some gorgeous details. I hope you have a great T day and week ahead also Nancy. Hugs-Erika

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  4. Wowz that beers sounds amazing! I'd love to try it, such fun 😀. Your cards are so beautiful too, the flowers and butterflies both look so elegant - stunning! Happy T Day wishes! Hugs Jo x

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  5. Now that is an unusual beer, I'm sure you enjoyed it no end! Your cards are always gorgeous, I haven't made any in yonks! Happy T Day, Hugs, Valerie

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  6. That beer sounds amazing! I would love to try that!
    Your cards are exquisite! Beautiful!
    Happy T-Day,
    Hugs,
    Lisca

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  7. PB and J beer-hmmmm...
    your cards are just beautiful !! Happy T day!

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  8. I can't imagine PB&J beer lol. I love your cards and that flower die makes beautiful flowers. I would be sorely tempted to buy one if I wasn't trying to save money. Happy T Day! Elle/EOTC xx

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  9. I can't imagine PB&J beer either! LOL! Both of your cards are absolutely stunning! Love the delicate look of the flowers on the top and the pretty design on the butterflies on the second! Wonderful inspiration today friend!

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  10. I am not sure about the combination of PB & J would go with beer, but it must be great if you are willing to drive out of state to buy more.

    I absolutely LOVE your cards. Both are fabulous. Reinforces why I don't make cards. They are both absolutely stunning and I am delighted you took the time to explain them to us.

    Thanks for sharing your beer and your cards with us for T this Tuesday, dear Nancy.

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  11. You always find the most interesting beers. I think I stick to straight beers, though. Your cards are beautiful, I especially like the one with the butterflies.
    Thank you for your lovely comment on my blog!

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  12. That drink sounds good as I love me a peanut butter & jelly sandwich. Your cards are gorgeous. I am glad I am not the only one that can't remember what I have shared! Happy T Day!

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  13. I can't imagine what PBJ beer tastes like :) Love both cards, especially the flower ♥

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  14. PB&J beer sounds like fun. Beautiful cards. Happy T Day

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  15. Oooh! Your drink looks intriguing! Love your cards too. Belated Happy T Day, Chrisx

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  16. Beautiful cards Nancy, I love the one with the beautiful, bold flower.
    The Ale sounds interesting, not sure if I would like it to be honest.
    For some strange reason blogger is putting your comments straight into my spam folder, along with quite a few others!
    Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
    x

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  18. Those butterflies look beautiful! Thank you so much for sharing and I love that its so creative.
    Laila
    www.lailanblog.blogspot.com

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  19. Such pretty cards Nancy, and the beer looks interesting!

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