Hello and Happy Friday! We’re so excited to be hopping with Our Daily Bread Designs today! You should have arrived here from the Coffee Loving Cardmaker’s Blog. If not, you’ll want to start at the Our Daily Bread Designs where the fun starts!
Prize: Our Daily Bread $25 Gift Certificate
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Check out the special SALE over at the Our Daily Bread Designs store:
The code is valid from August 3rd – 10th, and is valid on the purchase of ODBD, NCC and AO stamp sets, Custom Dies and Paper Collections on the ODBD Website when you enter the code coffee in the discount codes area. Please note that Bundles are NOT included in this sale.
I’m sharing two projects so let’s get started!
My first project features the Beverage Cup Dies + the I Love Coffee Stamp set.
Did you know that Our Daily Bread Designs also carries pattern paper? I used the Latte Love 6×6 paper pad too.
Bonus that the dies cut + emboss. You can’t tell by the photo, but the whip has been cut from craft foam AND has some great embossed detail too.
The die set is so detailed and has so many cutting options! Isn’t the I Love Coffee sentiment set awesome?!
Next up I used the Beverage Cup Dies.
Seeing the fruit slice made me think of Tea + Lemon. I used the Wafer Cookie as part of the tea bag, using ink to slightly distress the edges. The Lemon has embossed details that made it easy to color with alcohol markers.
I used foam alpha stickers from my stash to design an appropriate sentiment for my card.
Next up is Kerry Urbatch! Remember to leave comments along the way for a chance to win a $25 Our Daily Bread Gift Certificate! In case you get lost along the way, here’s the complete hop listing!
Coffee Loving Cardmakers
Amy Tsuruta 💚
Amy Tsuruta 💚
29 thoughts on “Coffee Loving Cardmakers + Our Daily Bread Designs Collaboration Blog Hop!”
Fabulous cards! The patterned paper is very cute.
Both cards are fabulous!
Love the lemon slice in that fun card. SO mighty tasty! It's really nice the paper pack includes not only patterned papers but also solids! Such a good idea!
omg.. always LOVE your makes Amy! No exception here… and you broke out the Ribbon! Love both designs.. so beautiful and thanks for all you do!
Beautiful designs Amy!!
Love them both!
This is a really cute coffee card! I love these pretty earth tones and your great design!
I love the rich autumn colors in the background paper, and you created such a fun take-out cup by pulling out the coral and jade hues. Love your get-well card, too. It's so simple and thoughtful!
So cute! Great
design with the
Carla from Utah
those are so beautiful projects!
I love this cuteness…..I need get better soon cards all the time…and I am a tea drinker….so this is right up my alley….thank you so much.
I love the get well card! Simple and sweet!
Great cards using these dies and papers. I like the us of vellum on the first one.
Your card with the vellum pocket is sooo cute and I love the background paper! The get well card is a great idea! Who doesn’t know someone that needs a card like this when they’re down!!
I love these projects, they are too cute!!!!!
Enjoyed your amazing coffee cards, as usual Amy. Love, love, love the paper on the first one!
Super fun collaboraton! Your coffee cards are great
Awesome cards – love how your created the second one to be a get well card!
Such cool patterned paper and I love that vellum tag!
Love the second card, if I was under the weather that would be a perfect pick me up.
Love love love love love these!!!!!!
Absolutely adorable, Amy. You are so creative and your coffee cards always make me happy.
These are fun Amy!
Love the stamps and dies you used! Awesome cards!
Love the colors you chose!
Love the tea bag on the cup. I'm not a
coffee drinker so I appreciate another
beverage. Great cards.
thanks for sharing
Super cute cards and great new dies to make our little cups with lids, lemons and the many choices! Love that it had a tea bag especially to include everyone!
Lovely cards! The pattern paper is beautiful.
Wonderful cards! Great contrast of styles, rich and detailed vs light and clean.
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