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Fall/Winter Coffee Lovers Blog Hop

Hi, everyone. Welcome to the Fall/Winter Coffee Lovers Blog Hop. I don't know about everyone else, but this year is just flying by! I can't believe it's almost the middle of November and my birthday is in a couple of weeks. :) The blog hop starts HERE so grab a cup of your favorite beverage and hop along!




As much as I LOVE fall, I couldn't help but go winter for the hop this time. Admittedly, I haven't made a card in probably a year. I went for quick & easy at 10:30pm the night before. HA! The sentiment is from Lawn Fawn's Thanks a Latte stamp set. Unfortunately the dies are a retired My Favorite Things set, but Honey Bee recently came out with this one called Mugs & Kisses which is similar. I love these kind of dies where you can quickly paper piece with the bajillion paper pads I know we all have in our stashes!



The shop is full of new goodies so I hope you'll come by and check those out too! Happy hopping!!!

Vanessa


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  1. What a wonderfull "quick and easy" card you made Vanessa.
    Thank you for being a sponsor on the 2021 Fall/Winter CoffeeLovers-bloghop

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  2. Great card, love those mugs and especially the marshmallows on the heart! Thanks so much for being a Super Sponsor!!!

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  3. Yummm, Marshmallows, Great coffee mugs!
    Thanks for being a super sponsor!

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  4. YAY! I always love seeing your crafty goodness!
    Thanks so much for being a returning Super Sponsor!

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  5. Oh, hey! Look at you making cards and stuff! It's adorable! Love seeing you create!

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  6. I do love hot chocolate. Thank you for being a sponsor. This is a cute creation. [Bunny]
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  7. Thanks for sharing that you also have breaks from card creating!

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  8. Marisela Delgado said: So beautiful! mariandmonsterd@yahoo.com

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  9. Great to have these sets in your stash! Fun and yummy winter card. Thank you for being a super sponsor!

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  10. This card is just too cute I'm loving the sentiment, thanks for being a super sponsor

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  11. Perfect quick card! It's always nice to have this kind of card in your stash. Thanks for being a Super Sponsor. #fallwinter2021clh

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  12. so lovely card!
    Thank you for sponsoring Coffee Lovers blog hop!

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  13. For a last minute card, this is pretty awesome. So cute,Love the paper choices. Thanks for being a Super Sponsor.

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  14. Love the cute mug! Fun card!
    Thanks for being a sponsor!

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  15. I love your fun card! It is extra special as a quick creation!! Well done Such a great feeling to make a quick card that looks so good!!! Thanks so much for the great inspiration! Stay safe! :)

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  16. Love this warm, cozy cocoa card! Thank you for being a super sponsor!

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  17. Thanks so much for sponsoring the hop!

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  18. Super cute with the marshmallows! Thank you so much for being a sponsor

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  19. So cute. I love the sentiment! Thanks for being a Super Sponsor!

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  20. Well, Happy Early Birthday! Such a cute card! thanks so much for being a Super Sponsor again!

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