Today’s Card (9-22)


Hi guys!

Back again with another card. Totally inspired again to play by the folks taking part in the Fall Coffee Lovers Hop! (Thanks, guys.)

So meet today’s card.


Just had fun here, again playing with a couple new stamp sets debuting at Technique Tuesday on Oct. 1st. All the images are from one set, and the words are from another. Both are coffee-themed. Yippee! πŸ™‚

I wanted the cup to look like it had coffee in it so I only partly colored in the opening with a brown marker. Β And then I wanted to create a somewhat happy scene so I randomly stamped the steam and hearts above it.

A handmade card by Teri //

I had a lot of circle elements going on with my card so I went for “circle gold” so to speak and added a few sequins to my card. The more circles, the better. πŸ˜‰

Alright. That’s what I have. If you haven’t had a chance yet to check out the hop, please do. There are so, so many inspiring cards! Way to go, everyone!


Today’s Card (9-21)


Hi guys!

Got a little card to share with you today. Saw that the Fall Coffee Lovers Hop was happening and I couldn’t resist making a card.

So this is it. Meet today’s card.


Ta-da… cha cha cha! πŸ™‚

This card is a sneak peek of sorts using a couple new stamp sets I designed for Technique Tuesday and will debut on their website in the New Products category on Oct. 1st. I cannot wait. Both are coffee-themed. As a girl who spent some of her formative years in Seattle (Coffee-capital of the world, you know…. wink!), I can’t begin to tell you how happy that makes me to make coffee-themed stamp sets. YAY!

A handmade card by Teri //

The coffee cup and beans are from one set that feature a lot of coffee images (all hand drawn) and some phrases. The words are from the second set that has lots of phrases and a few coffee icons. The phrases in that one are super sassy. Like super duper sassy. Wait. I might have said too much. Maybe. Maybe not. πŸ˜‰

I colored the coffee cup and beans in with good ol’ Copic markers. Rather than three markers, I used just two of each color tone (a light and dark) and then did a little bit of blending.

Alright, guys! That’s all I have. If you haven’t checked out the hop, do check it out. Lots of fun projects.

Thanks, as always, for stopping by!