Monday, September 29, 2014

coffee lovers bloghop

Here is my card for the coffee lover's blog hop. I was going for a vintage look. I used Mark's Finest Papers set called OH BEANS,

I sewed four different pages of designer paper. I also sewed a strip of burlap and a lacy paper doily.
I used a digital sentiment from Daydream Designs. I added ribbon and pearls.


The coffee cups were all paper pieced. After fussy cutting the little cups, I glued them to paper springs. I outlined the rims of the cup with a gold sharpie marker. 


My coffee cup card is an easel style card. I was going to use some dp with roses. for the bottom of
my easel but it looked to busy so I settled for layered paper doilies and more pearls.

I hope everyone has fun on this blog hop. I love would love it if you left me a comment on my card.
Have a blessed Monday,

29 comments:

  1. Lovin' the bloghop AND your card !! So dainty ....

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  2. Love your card, I love doilies! Such a cute vintage look!

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  3. The perfect card. I love it! That's some detailed cutting on your stacked cups....

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  4. What a pretty little card -- makes me feel like I sat down at a cozy cafe and sipped the morning away! Have a great day :-)

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  5. Great paper pieced coffee cups and lovely vintage card. Well done

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  6. I love the coofee cups on your card!! They are just perfect! The sentiment is great too!!

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  7. Super sweet card MariLynn! I love the pretty patterns on your stacked cups! Absolutely adorable and so charming! Thanks for sharing and visiting my blog today! You're such a GREAT blogging buddy! Hugs and happy National Coffee Day my friend! :)

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  8. Really adorable Marilynn..
    cute stacked cup and the colors oh woooww
    great add of doily and the ribbon...
    looks really shabby chick..love your card
    I join too the Bloghop...if you wanna look at my card it is # 46 on the linky party...would be glad if you could visiting me back...A very happy National Coffee Day for you too :)

    PS: if you like MacGyver serial film (as I see your blog name) see my second post its a challenge at AAA cards and that is a MacGyver challenge..maybe you would like to join there...I am also joining there I am only a participant...not sponsor of them :) smile...

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  9. Beautiful card! Love the paper pieced coffee cups! Love the doily layer and the beautiful bow!

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  10. So sweet and love those pretty stacked cups.

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  11. amazing card! LOVE the paper pieced cups! theyre fantastic
    -Rachel
    rwkrafts.com

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  12. Awww MariLynn - this is perfect - love all the wee details, right down to the gold rims!
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  13. Your paper-pieced coffee cups are awesome! Love the doily too! Great card!

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  14. Thanks for the lovely comment you left on my blog Marilynn! I really enjoy your charming card, love that stack of pretty cups, and the many beautiful elements. And the sentiment is just perfect!!

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  15. Love this card! Where did you get the sentiment? I really like all of the additions you made to the card. The sewing and pearls are so elegant!

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  16. such a cute card.. love those stacked cups..

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  17. Now that's some awesome fussy cutting! What a pretty card!

    Thanks for linking up to the Coffee Lovers Blog Hop♡

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  18. Great job paper piecing all those cups Marilynn - very pretty card!

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  19. Love the stacked cups and the vintage feel of this!

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  20. Gorgeous vintage design! I totally love the stitching and the delicate detail on the pretty cups. Thanks so much for visiting my blog and leaving such a sweet comment ♥

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  21. Great card, love the layering and textures.

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  22. Beautiful card, love the paper piecing :)

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  23. Love this design, so feminine and shabby chic like, love the different patterns of the cups and great stitching!

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