Monday, 28 September 2015

Tea or coffee?

My first tea cup easel card.



The paper is from the beautiful Kaisercraft XO Collection, this design is Kisses.
Textured cardstock is from American Crafts.
Sentiment stamp is from the Fiskars "Grateful"
Simple Stick Repositionable rubber stamp set.
The butterfly is Fiskars Butterfly lever punch.
Ink is Stazon Blazing Red.

          I have entered my card in the following challenges:          

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For this week's challenge you must create a project using a rubber or clear stamp
AND
leave comments on the associated Blog Hop (links in the challenge post).
I used red rubber stamps for my sentiment.


Entries close 8am Ohio time Monday 28th September. 

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2015 Fall Coffee Lovers Blog Hop

YES, it is Coffee Lovers Blog Hop time again!!!


This year there are 42 AWESOME sponsors.
Anyone is eligible for a Super Sponsor/Flash prize if they link up a newly created FALL Themed Coffee, Tea &/or Cocoa project, no back-linking please. Random.org is used to draw for winners.
Entries close 11:59pm PST Friday 2nd October. 
Note:  Flash Sponsor Prizes will be announced on FB on the evening of Tuesday September 29th.  That means, if you want to be eligible for Flash Prise, you'll want to link up before 5pm PST on the 29th.  Why the 29th?  It's National Coffee Day!  What better way to celebrate that to giveaway prizes!  All Super Sponsor Prizes along with Flash Prizes will be announced on the blog, Sunday October 4th.
Sending a big THANK YOU to Amy Tsurata for being the hostess of this exciting event!!!

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EXCITING TIMES!!!
This card is a cut file from the My Scrap Chick Store and is my 1st project using my Silhouette Cameo.  HERE is the link to the file.
I have to confess that it felt very different making my card on the computer, cutting on the Cameo then adhering the layers, VERY IMPRESSED with the design and the CLEAN, FAST CUTTING.  I look forward to learning more about it over the coming weeks / months, so that I can make my own designs with it.

29 comments:

  1. Love this giant tea cup in beautiful papers, great easel one!

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  2. How cute. Love that you created a shape.

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  3. What a lovely easel cup card, Tracy, love the pretty papers! Happy hopping!

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  4. Awesome card, love the colors, its adorable

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  5. Ooohhh...a teacup...how wonderfull...like the whole look of it.

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  6. This is SO pretty, what a wonderful easel card, love that teacup!!

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  7. Adorable card, love the easel style.

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  8. Happy Coffee Day! Lovely idea this card.

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  9. A wonderful tea cup card! love the easel design!

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  10. How clever is this! I love the tea cup easel card concept and the papers you used are so charming!

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  11. What an awesome shaped easel card! Good job, especially for your first time!

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  12. Tracy, thank you for your absolutely contagious enthusiasm! I truly appreciate it! This easel card is perfectly perfect!

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  13. I've never tried an easel card, and here's one that's just as cute as can be! That floral paper is just so pretty; love those roses! Sweet little butterfly too. Whoever you send this to will be thrilled with this little beauty. Bev

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  14. LOVE everything about your card!! Thanks so much for the inspiration!

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  15. So very pretty! I've yet to try an easel card.

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  16. THANK YOU Everyone!!!
    I REALLY appreciate your comments and the time you have taken to come visit :)

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  17. beautiful tea cup card and that it's an easel - even more cool!

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  18. Just gorgeous and love the patterned paper you used! Thanks for sharing this inspiration! ~Annie

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  19. Very pretty easel card...love the pattern in the cups...reminds me of my mom's teacups.

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