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Coffee Lovers Blog Hop with STAMPlorations

Hi Everyone. 
I am here with two cards today for the Spring Coffee Lovers Blog Hop. As you may know, STAMPlorations is one of the super sponsors of this wonderful hop!

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I am lucky to introduce to you the brand new Tag O'Coffee CUTplorations set. I used it for both of my cards. It is just too cute! I also used the fun COFFEE die and the sentiment is from an older set


I used almost the same supplies for my second card. Added the Framed Coffee Word Art as background for the tag.


I colored the die cuts and gave them some shine with a white Sharpie. The sentiment is mounted with foam tape.

And don't forget - use code STAMPGIRLCORNELIA
to get 20% off on all stamps, stencils, and dies. on all regular- and sale-priced items in the store.

Linking up with:
AAA cards challenge - die cuts
Simon Says Wednesday challenge - use more than one die



*Vicki* said…
Two awesome cards!! I love that wood-grain background on your top card and the bottom card with the texture and fun details really make a stunning design! Great job of using these products! Hugs & Smiles - *Vicki*
conil said…
More showstoppers, I see. Boy, give you the hint of an idea and you just expand on it to create these fantastically clever cards. Love the woodgrain background to showcase your caffeinated treasures on the first card and instantly (not coffed, ugh!) fell in love with the second card. Those tiny little dies are to...well...die for. Great cards for the bloghop.
Mary Holshouser said…
Love the coffee cups in a row.
they are more square and I like that
look. the second card is
cute too - love the kettle.
Making a tag part of the background
is a fun idea.
thanks for sharing.
This is FABULOUS!! I'm a coffee lover, too. Thanks for sharing your talents.

For another fun challenge, you're welcome to join us at Word Art Wednesday (our sponsor is Simon Says Stamp). We'd love to have you.

Karen Letchworth
D.Ann C said…
Hahaha! That sentiment!!
LOVE your FAB frap, too!
Shelly said…
These are awesome!
~amy~ said…
Your first card should be totally framed and popped into the kitchen! Your second card, oh my, the colors and texture are absolutely divine.
Vicki Dutcher said…
Great couple of cards! That wood grain background looks awesome with the cup die cuts
Becca Yahrling said…
Love, love, love the framed coffee word art & need that. lol
New Creations said…
Your creations are always so eye catching, love both!
jenn shurkus said…
wicked fun coffee cards! thank you for playing along with us at simon says wednesday challenge!
sannalippert said…
both cards are gorgeous!!!
Cynthia Cole said…
Love both of your coffee cards!
Fikreta said…
wonderful cards!
Nikki said…
Awesome cards you have made
Ann said…
A great grouping of cards.
Neha said…
Lovely cards! My fav is first one...looks like some illustration. Love it!
Tink said…
Great cards! Love the colors
Wonderful coffee theme cards. I really love the sentiment on the first one.
Anita in France said…
A duo of deliciousness, Cornelia ... they're both fabulous ... that first one puts me in mind of James Bond ... cool, dark, handsome!! Hugs, Anita :)
Hetty said…
Both cards are FAB!
My favorite is the blue one.
Sue D said…
Great sentiments and card designs.
What a fantastic card duo you've made here! I thought both of these cards were so clever! And it was a bonus to be able to see some of the same materials in two totally different applications! I love the backgrounds on these cards, too. The fonts look amazing on the first card and I love the white-line details on the mugs and kettle on the second card. Thank you so much for sharing your skills with us here at the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Blog!
Lisa said…
These are fantastic! Love all of the coffee products over at Stamplorations! I've started my collection... your cards are awesome!
Wonderful cards Cornelia. I love colors and the effect of the white Sharpie lines on those die cuts. Really adds so much. Love the way the teapot die goes through the hole in the tag. Thanks for playing with us at AAA Cards!
Suchi said…
Gosh!!! I loved both of the cards- so neat and stunning!! :)
Suchi xx
I LOVE these cards! Bold, colorful, and fun!
Arianna Barbara said…
Both these cards are great!!! I love so much the background of the first one!!!
Karenladd said…
Those coffee mugs with the steam are so fun! Love the little highlights that you drew on them too.
Alex H. said…
Great cards! Thanks for joining us at Stempelgarten challenge!
;-) Alex H.
Helen F. said…
HA! Great sentiment! Cool card.
Helen Gullett said…
Wow! Those are fantastic cards. Great designs and love all the elements on them
Anja said…
Great Cards! Thanks for joining us at Stempelgarten Challenge :)

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