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More Coffee Please!

Hi and welcome back, everyone! Today I'm sharing my inspiration for the new
CAS-ual Fridays Challenge - More Coffee Please!  Be sure to link your project for a chance to win.

Coffee Cup Fri-Dies Hot Coffee Stamps

How To Die cut coffee cup using gold foil paperDie cut coffee script using black cardstock, adhere to gold cupUsing black/white striped paper stamp sentiment from Hot Coffee Stamp Set using Versamark, add gold embossing powder and heat setAdhere coffee cup to patterned paper and mount to 4.25"x5.5" card base using 3D mounting tape

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All That Glitters

Hi and welcome back, everyone! Today I'm sharing my inspiration for the new
CAS-ual Fridays Challenge - All That Glitters.  Be sure to link your project for a chance to win.

Love Notes Heart Note Fri-Die

How To Stamp image using VersaMark ink and heat set gold embossing powder, stamp the sentiment using VersaFine Onyx Black ink on Neenah #110 Cardstock(4.125"x5.375")Die-cut red glitter cardstock with Heart Note Fri-DieAdd fun foam to the back of stamp card panel and adhere to an A2 (4.25"x5.5") cardbase

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Hi, and welcome back. Today I'm over on the SumMore Fun Blog with an All Occasion card featuring Victorine Originals Clock Minutes and Woman In Dress Stamps.

I love creating my own backgrounds using the current mood board colors.

To create this look I used a stamp position tool, stamping theClock Minutes randomly with Distress Oxide Picked Raspberry, Antique Linen, and VersaMark Ink with Gold embossing powder, heat set om #110 cardstock. Using stamp position tool, stamp Woman In Dress image using Versafine Onyx Black ink. I used the Brother Scan N Cut to cut her out but you could easily fussy cut the image. Add 3D mounting foam to the back of Woman In Dress and adhere to stamped clocks. Mat with the same #110 cardstock, adhere to 4.25" x 5.5" card base. Die-cut banner and stamp Celebrate using Versafine Onyx Black ink. Finish off with sequins and pearls. 

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Welcome Baby Cooper!

Welcome, today we are celebrating a new member of the SVG Attic family. The owner's of SVG Attic welcomed Baby Cooper earlier this month. So I created a card using one of the files from the SVG Attic Store to welcome Cooper. The amazing ladies on the I-Team also created fabulous projects. Be sure to join us on the SVG Attic Blog and while you're there leave a little love for the new parents and baby, Cooper. 
Using SDS Rockabye Baby Card Collection - Rocking Horse Card along with Doodlebug Designs Snips and Snails 6 x6 Papers from my stash, kraft cardstock, and PTI Blueberry Sky paper to cut all the pieces. I used my Silhouette Sketch Black Pen and added the sentiment before cutting the rocker. 
Here it is without the sentiment. 

Merry Christmas, everyone! And may the New Year be filled with blessings. 
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Christmas Wishes

Happy Friday, everyone! I'm taking over the SVG Attic Blog today and sharing one last Christmas project. Can you believe tomorrow is Christmas Eve and I still needed gift tags?

The gift tag is from the JGW Just Sew Collection - Easel A7 Tag. I love this tag because the recipient can display it so easily. The trick for this tag is one 12 x 12 piece of double-sided patterned paper. I used Photoplay's Mad About Plaid paper. 

The poinsettias are from the JGW Poinsettia Passion Collection - Poinsettia Doily Framed Card. To create them I used PhotoPlay's Mad About Plaid and resized two of them in smaller sizes.  Once I had them cut out I simply added Distress Oxide Ink in Candied Apple and Fired Brick on the petals.  Using an Embossing Ink Dauber and Gold Embossing Powder I added texture to the largest flower. It really popped those flowers off the tag.  I used the same green Mad About Plaid paper to cut the leaves and greenery. I flipped the pattern on the leaves, every other le…