Welcome to the December’s Blogging Friends Blog Hop!
It’s all about Christmas and New Years!
I have wanted to make some cards with the Merry Cafe stamp set, so here’s my card. Embossing the cup first came to mind, even though I’m not a coffee drinker myself, I do love hot chocolate though. Since I prefer cold drinks most of the time, I usually have half iced tea/lemonade even on those blizzard days here in New England.
Then I decided to use the Christmas tree paper in the Be Merry DSP. I’m usually into decorating for the holiday, but even with an extra week my tree isn’t up yet in my living room! I have to get on that. Last year I did have trees in every room. My sister doesn’t put up any tree, since their cat likes to crawl up it, lol. I’m sure Crystal “aka Super Stamp Girl” and the other cat moms know all about that. Last year at Thanksgiving my sister asked if I was going to put a tree in every room so I did... I will have to post some pictures once they are up, so please check back in soon.
Plus the card needed a little Christmas ribbon and sparkly red rhinestones. Just like every Christmas present under the tree!
Checkout the rest of the team’s blogs, all links are below just click on their name. Enjoy your holidays, whichever you celebrate with those special people in your life. As we all know, family isn’t always blood, so give everyone a hug and a reminder of how much they mean to you this holiday season.
List of supplies:
Stampin Up products
Cherry Cobbler paper
Whisper White paper
Be Merry DSP
Cherry Cobbler ink pad
Merry Cafe stamp set
Every Good Wish stamp set
Coffee Cup framelits set
White Embossing powder
Cherry Cobbler stitched ribbon
Embossing Heat tool
*paper trimmer, scissors, and double sided tape
I’m entering this project into this week’s
Watercooler Wednesday challenge-Anything goes
Simon Says Wednesday challenge-Anything goes
Blogging Friends - Check out the rest of the teams creations below, click the person’s name to take you to their blog. Have fun!
Anna Conetta Masciovecchio
Jodi Skrip Horsley
Leanne Dillon Johnson
Mary Ann Rossiter
Lisa Harvey Reber
Nikki Debbie Daigneau <—- you are here
Hi I'm Nicole and started knitting about 10 years ago. Then took up stamping about a year ago after being inspired by a friend. Now I have decided to see where it takes me.