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May 15, 2011

Coffee and cardstock

This weeks cricut challenge by AllisonF was use any letters other than cricut cut so I decided to use paper trey inc stamps. I love this particular sentiment. So apt for scrapbookers and paper crafters ain't it?
Cartridges used:
Imagine more for the paper ribbon and the label (white is left over from last time - just used the back side) (cut at 2.5 each)
Swirl - lovely floral lite
coffee cup - graphically speaking cut around 2.5 - 3 in white cardstock and colored the outside with brown sharpie and then took the negative from the paper and cut it a bit and drew the roses. I just eyeballed everything keeping an imaginary rectangle in mind.

Paper the Ross stack - pressed petals

stamp - paper trey inc (I think)

then some decorative scissors and sharpie as I doodled the blue roses (and leaves) onto the cup and paper ribbon. And of course some bling!! The paper ribbin had square slits so I decided to also thread a brown satin ribbon through it.

So here's the simple card I came up with


"kind encouraging and inspiring words"

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