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Joy Clair Coffee Lovers

Hi Everyone,

I am on the Joy Clair blog today with a card I made with the brand new Coffee Lovers stamp set from Joy Clair! 

This set is simply awesome! So may possibilities! I could not resist to use the little coffee bean to make some birds. Added googly eyes to give them some personality and of course legs and beaks. The swirly tails are on the set, too. Lastly I added a strip of PP and cut a panel with a stitched die by Cutplorations. Mounted everything on turquoise card stock and added two enamel dots.

I also used some wink of Stella on the big bird.

Happy Stamping! Hope you liked this!

Go and visit the Joy Clair blog to see the inspiration cards from our talented DT! And don't forget to play with us in the Joy Clair challenge 
- we have a beautiful inspiration picture to give you some colors to play with! The challenge closes January 29, so there is plenty of time!

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Suchi said…
Hey Cornelia! How are you doing? I have been pretty caught up with office work. SO couldn't comment much in the last few days. This stamp set really looks versatile! You are a genius to make a card from it like that!
Hugs xx
Suchi xx
*Vicki* said…
Now that is totally creative and a clever used of the stamps here!! Brilliant done! :)
Ruth said…
Oh that is really really clever! Turning the coffee beans into birds! They are very cute and funny at the same time. I love how you think so differently when yo look at a stamp set. Xx
papierelle said…
Jetzt bin ich wieder baff, Deine Ideen sind einfach grandios!!
LG Gundi
Mac Mable said…
Oh you are one clever lady. Brought a smile to my face. Such a fun card, thank you for the inspiration x
cm said…
Setting aside time to catch up on your gallery of ingenuity today! What a great start your oh-so-clever coffee bean feathered friends are! We know I'm not a bird fan, but your duo here are definitely an exception! Imaginative x fabulous!
Rosmarie said…
Ich werd verrückt, was für geniale Ideen du immer hast!!
Anita in France said…
Hahaha ... brilliant, Cornelia ... your coffee bean birds are just so clever ... and adorable ... genius! Hugs, Anita :)

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