2018 National Coffee Day Blog Hop!

Welcome everyone! Happy National Coffee Day!:)

Yay! I love the Coffee Lovers Community. It makes me happy to be here every time we do this blog hop! How about you?

Make sure to visit our friends over at Coffee Loving Cardmakers to see more amazing inspiration.:)

It will be a fun celebration as we get to see tons of coffee project ideas! Are you ready? I can’t wait!:)

I also have a giveaway for you + exclusive coupon that you can use in the shop.Woohoo!

Here’s my project for you today!

STAMPS: Happy Art , DIY , Coffee Love, Love Coupon, Daily Thoughts

Inks : Radiant Neon Inks – Electric Blue , Electric Pink , Electric Purple , Versafine Clair – Nocturne Black

Get a chance to win this amazing set!


Simply perfect for the upcoming holiday. There are more sample projects here.

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Inspire Me Friday – {open if you dare}

Happy last Friday in September everyone!  Rosemary here with a treat bag that I made using the fun Precious Remembrance Shop Beware stamp set.   I must admit that I was inspired to make my treat bag when I saw my teammate Lisa’s super cute little treat box!

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I started with a black treat bag that I had in my stash and created a spider web on it using a spider web doily and Prima Color Bloom Pearl White spray mist.   Before actually spraying the bag I folded down the top of bag.   I created the medallion using a die I have for that purpose and some patterned paper from a My Mind’s Eye Halloween paper pad.   I die cut a piece of coordinating paper with a scalloped circle die.  I used some glue to adhere the medallion to a circle of cardstock and then adhered the scalloped circle to the front.   I stamped the image from the Beware set in orange ink, die cut it with a circle die and then adhered it to the scalloped circle.   The cat and two bats were die cut from glitter cardstock and then adhered to the medallion and the bag as shown.  I stamped the two sentiments on some coordinating paper, trimmed them out and adhered them to the back.    The final touch was to adhered the medallion to the top of the bag.

Have a wonderful day!

Hey There… rosigrl


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Create It Wednesday~Happy Halloween

Fall has arrived in our neck of the woods and that means it’s time to get some Halloween cards made.  I chose three of the images & a sentiment from the super fun Beware stamp set.PRS DT Oct Halloween no wm Each circle was stamped in black ink on white cardstock.  I punched three circles from a scrap of plaid paper and then lined up the images attaching them to a white panel.  The plaid piece was attached with foam and the whole piece was matted with a black cardstock panel.  I white embossed the sentiment on a thin black strip and finished off with a few black Pico Embellisher dots.  Hope you’ll check out all the great products in the PRS Store and show us your Fall cards.

GG Creations

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Design It Monday ~ {Sweet Treats!}

Hi friends! September is flying by at lightening speed and that means Halloween will be upon us in the blink of an eye. I have a fun treat box to share today for my personal favorite little trick or treater, Sweet P!

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After cutting a milk carton from pumpkin cardstock, I stamped it with leaves (Fall Colors) using Versa Mark ink for a tone on tone look. I followed this with purple splatters (Fall Colors) and the sweet treats sentiment (Beware).

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I used a small potion of a circle border to add purple polka dots (Border Tape #1) and a happy jack-o-lantern (Beware).

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The leaves, splatters and sentiment are on all four sides of the milk carton. Two sides hold the jack-o-lantern. I’ll fill it with mini Reese’s Cups. After all, they’re Sweet P sized!

My Paper Tales

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Project Thursday ~ CAS Holiday Thank You Card


Hello everyone! Helen is here. Today, I have a CAS Holiday card to share with you all. I know we are just stepping into Fall Season, but I thought it is a good time to start the Holiday projects, too.

We receive Christmas cards and gifts in the Holiday season, it is always nice to have some thank you cards ready to send to express our gratitude for their kindness and love.

It is very simple to create this card.


I started with stamping the wreath from Joy Stamp Set on white cardstock using VersaFine Clair – Green Oasis. I stamped it multiple times. After stamping the wreaths, I added some red dots on the wreaths for the berries using craft stylus and VersaFine Clair – Glamorous.


I dried all the stamped images with craft heater and then fussy cut them with micro-tips scissors.

On a A2 white card, I stamped the stripes from the Joy Stamp Set using VersaFine Clair – Nocturne (black) and my Mini MISTI.

Then, I stamped the thanks sentiment from the Thanks Stamp Set on a white cardstock with VersaFine Clair – Glamorous. I trimmed the sentiment in to a banner strip that would fit on top of the wreath.


I added the wreath on the card with 3D foam tape and then I added the sentiment banner strip on top of the wreath with adhesive glue.

It is done. This Holiday Thank You Card is quick and easy to mass-produce. I hope this inspire you to start your Holiday projects.

Thank you so much for stopping by today. Have a wonderful day!

Helen Gullett

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Tuesday Ideas {you inspire me}

Hello! It’s Kelly here today sharing a vibrant card that uses the Coffee Love stamp set and the Positive Thoughts stamp set.  I haven’t used the main images from the “Coffee Love” set yet, so I thought it would be fun to use it today! My cute sister gave me a gorgeous pad of pattern paper that I thought would work well for today’s design.

To begin my design, I got to work heat embossing the cup image using gold embossing powder. I find that it is very easy to do fussy cutting when you do heat embossing because the raised image gives you a nice guide, rather than just flat ink stamping. I guess I like it because it is a little more forgiving  as well! {And it looks great, too!}  I embossed it a second time onto the black pattern paper and fussy cut the lid and then center portion. I wanted to have two coordinating patterns for this cute cup! I also heat embossed the word “enjoy” onto the coffee cozy.

It is important to use the right scale of pattern depending on the size of your image and I thought these two patterns worked nicely. I brought in a third, larger print to use as part of the background for today’s design. I ran it through my paper crimper to give it that “coffee cozy” vibe. It also provides great texture and dimension. I thought that the cup looked perfect nestled in between the floral print. I also used two of the additional images from the “Coffee Love” set above and below the corrugated floral piece.

I stamped the circle images from the “Positive Thoughts” stamp set because they added extra detail, but also because it reminds me of the ring that a cup would leave behind. I also stamped the “You inspire me” sentiment in black along the bottom of the card base. I am finding that I need more and more of these cards to send to all of the amazing people in my life that encourage me to be a better person! I hope you enjoyed today’s card.

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Inspire Me Friday – {thankful for you}

Happy Friday everyone!  Rosemary here with one final thank you inspired card.  Fall is almost upon us so for this card I pulled out one of my most favorite Precious Remembrance Shop stamp sets to create my card.  That set is the beautiful Fall Colors.  This set has three gorgeous leaf images and lots of lovely sentiments.

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As you can see this one is all stamping using a lovely fall palette of red, orange and green.  The grid image was actually stamped in a kraft colored ink, but it is readinig gray in the photo.   I started by stamping the grid image three times and then added in the leaves in red, orange and green.  I added in some small splatters using two different splatter images from the set and the same inks.    To finish off the card I stamped the label image in the kraft ink and then stamped the sentiment from the set partially inside the label.   The panel was then die cut and adhered to my light gray card base.   If you don’t own the Fall Colors stamp set already, you should really consider adding it to your stamp collection.  It can be used for all four seasons and not just fall!

Have a wonderful day!


Hey There…rosigrl

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Create It Wednesday~Thank You In Green

I’m easing into Fall today with a color combo of ivory, two shades of green and soft gold.  I began by repeatedly stamping an image from the Thanks stamp set in light green ink on an ivory panel. PRS DT SeptThe focal point was made by stamping another image from the same set in a darker green ink on a strip of light green cardstock.  By using a stamp positioner, I was then able to stamp with Versamark and emboss with clear powder.  The mat is a slightly larger strip of  darker green cardstock.  I colored the three hearts with soft gold glitter glue for a touch of sparkle. PRS DT Sept close up I wanted a fairly flat card to mail, but needed some dimension since the card and background are both ivory cardstock.  This was easily done by adding a couple extra cardstock layers under the panel.  I did use foam tape for the green strip for even more interest.

Always good to have thank you cards on hand, so why not head over to the shop and pick up this fun set.  While you’re there check out all the great stamps and products.  See you next time.

GG Creations

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Design It Monday ~ {Thank You!}

Hey there! Have you been enjoying all of the thank you inspired projects from the team this summer? High fives all around to my teammates, you girls rock! I’m closing out my summer Design It Monday posts with a thank you card using the Thanks stamp set.

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I began with stamping and heat embossing the word search image then trimming it out. It was adhered to a die cut tag stamped with the stitch border and topped with a felt rose. A little patterned paper and bit more sparkle finished things off. This was so quick and easy that I made three more!

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We’re gearing up for a new release soon! Until then…

My Paper Tales

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Project Thursday ~ Sweet Treats Tags and Bags

Hello everyone… Helen is here. Fall is on its way and the next Holiday is Halloween which my daughters do not stop talking about their costumes and treats! I tell you… they cannot wait for that day to arrive.


Today for our Project Thursday, I have treat tags and bags to share with you all. On these tags, I created a watercolor look background using smooshing technique with VersaFine Clair Ink Pads and stamp cleaner. It is very easy and fun technique.


First, I tapped some of the VersaFine Clair – Summertime and VersaFine Clair – Cheerful on the craft mat and sprayed it with the Staz-On All-Purpose Stamp Cleaner. I blended them with brush and I smooshed the tag in the ink. I did it one color at the time and dried it with craft heater tool at each time I added the color on the tag. The ink dried permanently.


On this tag, I use the Beware Stamp Set. I stamped the halloween images on orange cardstock using VersaFine Clair – Nocturne (black), dried them with craft heater, and then I cut them with circle die.

I stamped the sentiment “sweet treats” on purple cardstock using VersaFine Clair – Nocturne (black) and I trimmed them into sentiment strips.

I added the sentiment strips on the tag with adhesive glue and I added the images with 3D foam tape.


I added the tags on the Mini White Doilies, and then I added the twine bows. I clipped them on top of each of the Plain Kraft/Flat Paper Bag.

These tags are quick and easy to make for mass-produce, especially when you need to make lots of them. I hope this give you an idea for this Holiday.

Thank you all for stopping by today!

Helen Gullett

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