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Day of the Month Card Club - International Coffee Day

 Hallo Ihr Lieben!
Hello Everyone!

Wir starten heute in unsere 20. Challenge mit dem Thema:
Today is the start of our 20th challenge:

Our guest designer for this month is the wonderful Izzy  - she was voted the winner in our 18th challenge.

And here is my card:

I used this hilarious set from Stamp Corner Online to make this card. Colored with water brush pens. the sentiment says" "It will be a beautiful day!"

Wir sind gespannt, was Ihr uns zeigen werdet.
Bis zum 31.10.2020 habt Ihr Zeit, Euer Werk hier zu verlinken.

We are looking forward to your creations!
You have until 10/31/2020 to link up your paper art.

Es gibt IMMER einen Grund zum Feiern!
 There is ALWAYS a reason to celebrate!


Rosmarie said…
Oh Gott, die sehen ja sehr Kaffee-bedürftig aus!! Was für ein Glück, dass es unsere Challenge gibt!! LOL
papierelle said…
*hihi* ... man muss nur dran glauben ... oder größere Kaffeetassen benutzen.
Izzy Scrap said…
You made me laugh with this so fun card, Cornelia ! Love the funny face of these critters as well as your gorgeous colouring and CAS design. Thank you for having me guest designing for this challenge. x
conil said…
Hahahaha. Those critters look like how I feel in the morning. Only after the coffee does it get better. Too cute.
Anita in France said…
You create such fun cards, Cornelia ... these critters are a riot ... I'm sure they'll feel brighter when their mugs are empty! Hugs, Anita :)
Flo said…
Na, ob den Viechern der Kaffee bekommt???
Liebe Wochenendgrüße

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