Let’s have a cup of coffee…

Therese Calvird definitely inspired me this week at  MUSE #4 Challenge.  

Half Full

It is easy to see how her card directed me- a clean, crisp design, a portrait panel popped of the card front, and a great focal image of a beverage. I grabbed a Hero Arts stamp I got as a stocking stuffer a few years back and found an old stamp sentiment that I have no clue who made – and went to work on my card. Of course, I had to use SU Early Espresso (coffee) and Very Vanilla (creamer) paper with Kraft (-ing: the perfect beverage to have while sitting at my desk) to make this  very clean and simple card.  I could not decide which combo I like more, so here are both:


Thanks a Latte Vanilla
Thanks a Latte Kraft

I wish we could have coffee together today, friends! Or maybe we did- just in different places;))


    1. Oooh, I like your comment, Darnell! I really like your comment! Thanks so much. My husband was looking over my shoulder the other day and was admiring your Playhouse;)

  1. Love your idea to make a few versions of the ‘same’ card. They look fantastic! I spend too much time juggling colours that this would be a great idea, I wouldn’t have to decide if I just made one of each instead lol.
    Thanks so much for taking the time to share with us at Muse this week!

    1. Thanks, Therese. I just played around so much with the colors that I decided to make two…lol. It’s funny how sometimes parts of designing a card can take so much thinking and other times…boom, it’s done in a few minutes.

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