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Spring Coffee Lover's Blog Hop

Thanks for joining us for the Spring/Summer Coffee Lover's blog hop. You can start the hop HERE. Grab a cup and join us!



Hello, crafty friends! I'm so happy having a chance to be still here with you today sharing a coffee themed card I made using different stamp sets by one of my favorite brand: The Greeting Farm.


I started stamping images from "Frappe-y-Anya FB" and "Coffee Anya FB" stamp sets with Raven hybrid ink by LDRS, I colored them with alcohol markers and I fussy cut them.


I then die cut a stitched 5 1/2" x 4 1/4" rectangle from white cardstock, I created my own pattern stamping several time coffee cups and sentiment from "Miss Anya Coffee Break" stamp set with Lawn Fawn Manatee ink and I blended borders with picked raspberry Distress Oxide ink (I also splattered it a bit on it).

I die cut "HELLO COFFEE" with Heffy Doodle "Stitched Alphabetters" die set three times from Lawn Fawn cardstocks (two from "Mermaid" cardstock and one from the perlescent version you can find in the "Tropical Shimmer" cardstock pack) and I glued them.


I then put everything together and I added some white dots using a white Uniposca.


I really love this two little girl....they're so cool, son't you think?!
Thank you so much for stay with me today.
I send big, big hugs your way, Silvia.

Comments

  1. Oh Silvia! This is so much fun! I always love your style!
    A big THANK YOU to Vanessa and BRI for being a returning Super Sponsor!!!!

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  2. Love the dots to create reflections on the girls!

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  3. This card is just adorable! Love your coloring & the background you made.

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  4. Silvia, this is AWESOME! So darn cute!!

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  5. What a sweet card! Love the effect of the white dots...really cute design!

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  6. That card is so cute! Great stamps and lovely coloring.
    Thank you for sponsoring the coffee hop.

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  7. So much detailing in your coloring work! Such fun! Thanks for being a super sponsor!

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  8. Your coffee girls are so adorable!!! You have it all! Friends, adorable outfits and coffee!!!! Thank you for being a super sponsor!!

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  9. Super cute coffee girls!! Thanks for being a super sponsor!

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  10. I love your card, pretty colours and love the stamps ofcourse

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  11. Oh my goodness, the cuteness of these two girls!!! I can't wait for fun coffee dates with my friends and husband again.

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  12. Simply adorable!! I love these two hip little girls! Fabulous coloring!!

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  13. Thanks so much for your generous sponsorship!
    What an adorable card.

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  14. Such an adorable card!! Love the hair with pink and blue! Thanks for being a super sponsor!!

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  15. Such a cute card and I love the alphabet dies too!

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  16. They are such cool gals, I wanna go have coffee with them!

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  17. Absolutely adorable cards I love the girl with the black hat on she looks so cute. Thank you so much for being a super sponsor in the coffee lovers blog hop

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  18. So Super CUTE! Love those girl images and love how you added the white dots to them. I hadn't seen the one with the kitty on her hat. My grand daughter would love that. Thanks for being a Super Sponsor!

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  19. Fabulous card, thanks for being a sponsor

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  20. Darling card. Love the images and coloring. The stitch lettering is awesome.

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  21. Oh you've colored these gals wonderfully, and that hat! Love the kitty! Thanks for being a sponsor to this fabulously fun hop! :)

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  22. This is so adorable! I think I NEED those little letter dies in my life!

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  23. Wonderful card design and great images. Thanks for being a super sponsor too.

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  24. Marisela Delgado said: so cute! mariandmonsterd@yahoo.com

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  25. Adorable card with these cute girls and their coffees! Awesome coloring! Thanks for being a sponsor!

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  26. Fantastic coffee girls card, !! Thanks for being a fabulous sponsor!

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  27. I love this~! I love the die cut letters! The details in the images that you put in are wonderful. It really sets the card with some pop! TFS!

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  28. So cute and fun and love all the colors.

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  29. Oh my goodness, they are so stinkin' cute!! What a fun pair :) TFS and for being a Super Sponsor!!

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  30. Simply darling! Thank you for being a sponsor!

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  31. What an awesome and fun card! Thank you for sponsoring for another season of caffeinated fun!

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  32. What a sweet card! Thanks for being a Super Sponsor!

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  33. How cute! I esp. love that cat hat! <3 Thanks for being a super sponsor!

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  34. Adorable Card thanks for being a super sponsor

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  35. Beautiful card, i love your coloring!

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  36. Silvia love your colorful lovely card, and I love to catch up with my friend girls on coffee, the talks are endless over it..

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  37. Very cute card. The great thing about the hop is I'm learning about new companies I have never heard of and new to me blogs.

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  38. What an adorable card!!! Love the way you colored the little girls!

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  39. So stinkin' adorable! Thank you so much for being a Super Sponsor!

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  40. Adorable coffee card!

    Cheryl
    https://shestamps.blogspot.com/

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  41. its so adorable card!

    Thank you for being a sponsor.

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  42. Wow! Awesome adorable card! Love the coloring! <3

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  43. Marisela Delgado said: beautiful cards! mariandmonsterd@yahoo.com

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  44. Adorable! Just added those Heffy Doodle stitched letters to my wish list.

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  45. cute images - LOVE the coloring

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  46. Such adorable coffee buddies! Thanks for being a Super Sponsor :-)

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  47. Super adorable coffee card. Love the coloring, too.
    Thank you for being a super sponsor!

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