Friday, June 1, 2018

Final post for the 2018 Spring | Summer Coffee Lovers Blog Hop (proj 10) :




I'm popping in speedy quick to post my last project for the 2018 Spring | Summer Coffee Lovers Blog Hop!  As of right now the unofficial project count is up to 1,318!  That breaks our Fall 2017 record of 1,218.  There is about 4.5 hours left and I know these crafters, they'll keep loading until the end!

For this project, I played with the gorgeous image by Graciellie Design, Coffee & Flowers:


Isn't it gorgeous?!  Don't miss her other one, Coffee & Love.

Here's how I was inspired by the Coffee & Flowers set:


I was admiring some beautiful Country Chic cards in the hop gallery, here's my CAS version.  I've been super happy taking out some of my older 6x6 paper pads.  This is from Chickaniddy Crafts.


I'm not quite sure how I ended up with the lavender and yellow combo but it worked out that I had the yellow gingham paper and the perfectly matching ribbon.   Seriously, flowers and gingham, you just can't go wrong.

I'm a big fan of Graciellie Design's...her work is so pretty, isn't it? 


This hop has been so fun...lots of work on the administrative end though.  I wanted to beat my record of 14 projects but honestly am surprised I was able to make it to 10!

Okay, that's it for me, signing off for the evening, see you in the morning!

22 comments:

  1. Amy, love how your wood background looks with those beautiful flowers. Great job. thanks for all you did for the hop. It was so much fun.

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  2. Such a pretty card! Love how you colored Gracie's digi, and the bright pop of yeklow gingham!

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  3. This is really gorgeous. I'm a UW Husky Alum...purple and gold is a fave color combo of mine!

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  4. Very pretty! Beautiful card design! You are amazing, Amy! I don't know how you do it all, but THANK YOU!!!

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  5. What a sweet card, Amy. LOVE the bright colors and Summery feel. Such a lovely design.

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  6. This is lovely, Amy! So glad your were able to create with Gracie's newest design. Love the weathered wood background.

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  7. What a pretty card-I love those
    images! Thanks for all that you do
    for this Hop!

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  8. Lovely last card Amy.
    Really like the whole look of it.
    1355 cards were made for this blog hop...how cool is that!!

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  9. Wow! Awesome finale, Amy!
    Background is really stunning! I love the beautiful colouring of the flowers and the yellow plaid layer! The add of ribbon is so cute!

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  10. This is a fantastic design. It is gorgeous.

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  11. The woodgrain Backing paper with yellow is complimenting each other with the beautiful floral image! Fabulous!

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  12. this is so gorgeous card!
    hugs

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  13. absolutely gorgeous, amy … what a fabulous set!
    =]

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  14. So pretty. Love the yellow gingham and the woodgrain background for this sweet cup of flowers.

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  15. Amy, this is so beautiful.
    I adore your coloring on this image.
    The wood grain background and yellow plaid are perfect.

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  16. Lovely final card. Another good time (for me) thanks again for all your work!

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  17. SO gorgeous!! LOVING the colors and the wood grain!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  18. Very pretty card. I love the wood grain background and the awesome stamp. I've seen this stamp a lot on the hop and it's sure pretty. I love your soft colors and gingham yellow. Sweet card.

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  19. Hi Amy! Finally here to start some commenting (going backwards). What a lovely set you have to play with and such a great card. I can smell the flowers.
    We had a wonderful wedding and a great time meeting all the family. Always good to be home and craft.

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  20. You are amazing. Not sure how you do it! Wohoo what a record and what an amazing card. Hugs.

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  21. Gorgeous!! That color pallete with that woodgrain... wow! And ribbon!! Love it!

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Cheers,
~amy~