Thursday, December 15, 2016

Day 7 Coffee Lovers Hop: Club Scrap technique challenge

Goodmorning on day 7 of the Coffeelovers Blog Hop
Well not really a technique. We were to make a non traditional
Christmas card, so I used my coffee filled mind to come 
up with an idea.
For the card I used:
                       Club Scrap Literature kit papers, 
 Club Scrap mocha java remix stamps
Tim Holtz thinlitz dies
sentiment is from Club Scrap A very Groovy Christmas
a piece of gold thread
scented embossing powder
and 2 sticky pearls.

Yes, i used coffee scented embossing powder for this 
sentiment, so the card really smells of coffee when
you get it out of the envelop.

There is still time to add your card to the linky party of the
Coffeelovers Blog Hop. Go there and see what wonderful
prizes you can win.

Thank you for looking 
and have a latte creative day!


16 comments:

Maxine D said...

What a wonderful coffee themed non-traditional card Hetty - I love it, especially that you have suspended the cups as faux ornaments!!
Blessings
Maxine

Arianna Barbara said...

Oh wow! Too cool!!!

Ceal said...

Beautiful!!

Team Clark said...

Hi Hetty! What a regal holiday make, so beautiful and simply luxurious! Hugs, Autumn

M Samuelson said...

seriously such a lush and elegant card, I love the colors and layout. Thank you for the inspiration

Daffodil Cards said...

Love the idea of a coffee scented card, it's wonderful.
Faith
x

Shelly said...

Fabulous, Hetty!

Helen F. said...

Hetty~ those cup ornaments are wonderful!

Verna Angerhofer said...

This is beautiful! I love the embossing and the cup ornaments.

~amy~ said...

Hetty, this is gorgeous! I love the gold embossing! YUM to the coffee scented powder too!

Rebecca Yahrling said...

I wish I could smell your lovely card!

Fiki said...

wonderful card!

Ann said...

So pretty, love the gold cups.

Teri Wilde said...

You are so creative! Love the gold.

Lisa said...

Ooh ! Hetty! This is so beautiful! Love those gold cup ornaments! Very cool idea!

Helen Gullett said...

what a fantastic mixed media!