Case Study 202: friends.

...and I’m back with my final week of Guesting over at CASE Study!

In case you missed it, I’m guesting along with Awesome Tenia Nelson!  This month’s muse is the FABulous  Shari Carroll!

Here’s this week’s inspiration:

Seriously, what’s not to love?

Here’s how I was inspired:
stamps:  stampendous friends cup, stampers anonymous background text, a muse coffee break set ink:  memento rich cocoa, various copics

I’m especially proud of this project because I managed to use 2 woodmount stamps:

Evidently, I love to display my woodmounts more than I love to use them.

So my project is a square of fairly thick cork with a magnet on the back:
Won’t this make a great gift for a fellow Coffee Lover?

I can’t wait to see how you’re inspired!

Don’t forget to pop over to the Case Study blog to see what the design team created!

A big shout out to Chupa for inviting me to be a Guestie this month!  I truly enjoyed my time!

Thanks so much for stoppin’ by!


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33 thoughts on “Case Study 202: friends.”

  1. This is seriously amazing, love it!!! You have been a great guest this month, CASE Study has been lucky to have you! ๐Ÿ™‚

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  2. Love this project! So cool! I need one! Loved all your projects this month too Amy. I'm a big fan of your designs!

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  3. I'm sad that this is your last week but happy July is a 5 weeker. ๐Ÿ˜‰ What a fun magnet you made. Love the stamped cork.

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  4. Oh my! Oh my! I am a coffee lover ๐Ÿ˜€ This is amazing gift idea for a friend or even for ourselves.. LOL! Thanks for always inspiring us, Amy.

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  5. I just LOVE your coffee project! That awesome warm red coffee cup on those rich browns in the background! Love it! Love it!

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  6. omgosh, I just adore this, Amy! So, so cute and fun, and I LOVE the fact that this is a magnet. LOVE the cork base, too, and the bright red coffee cup is sooo eye catching! One of my top top faves of yours, my friend!

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  7. Well of course I love this project…. of course, she says with a cup of coffee in front of her.

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  8. Love this card! Love that stamp!! Wow.. must try this stamping on cork technique, Amy – yay you! And lastly, are those hydrangeas from your garden???!!!
    =] Michele

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  9. Fabulous take on Shari's card. So clever! I know what you mean about wood mount stamps – they're almost vintage now!

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