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 It has been very cold in my stamping ground of Montana! It was -27 today. If you factor in the wind chill it was -46. So, it was a good day to stay in and craft!

For my project today I used the snowman and one of the sentiments from Holiday Hugs from My Favorite Things. I also used stamps from visible image.
The script background stamp is unknown. If you know who makes it, please let me know. My mom picked up it up at a thrift store for me and it is not marked at all. So, I have no idea who made it. It is a wonderful stamp for backgrounds. 

I was trying really hard to keep this clean and simple but it was a challenge for me. I love CAS cards but, have a hard time making them myself. I hope I achieved a bit of a CAs card here. Honestly, most of the time, I grunge and distress my cards to cover up mistakes. like big old thumb prints or I set my card in left open ink pad. I really am organized I swear...lol! 
Anyways, for this card I stamped the edgy stamp from visible image in Pool Party ink from Stampin Up. Then I added the script background, stamped in Smoky Slate also from Stampin up. I stamped the snowmen where he was going to be on the card. I then stamped him again on white card stock to color and then cut out. I used my copic markers to color him. The Colors I used are:
C0, c1, c3, c5, c7, BG11, BG45, y17, yr15, R29, and R89. I added a few small snowflakes from Hero Arts. Then silver sequins and red jewels.
For the sentiment I used my favorite trick for a quick banner. I used my hexagon punch from stampin up. It works amazing for small quick banners! Just use the edge of the hexagon punch. Line it up so it's center. Then punch. How easy is that! Give it a try. It is an amazing little trick! You will banner everything for awhile. Okay, maybe that is just me! Then I sponged the banner in Pool Party. This is where I lost trying to keep it clean and simple. Fighting everything in me to not distress, grunge, or rip something. I love a torn edge on a card. 
Here is the inside. I just stamped a few small snowflakes from Hero Arts and for the back I got this stamp from Unity stamp Co. and I absolutely love it! 

Hope you all have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Supplies used:
Pool Party from stamin up. Card base and ink.
Smoky Slate from stampin up. Card matting and ink.
Memento black ink
Neenah solar white card stock #80
Copic markers
Hexagon punch
corner punch
silver sequins
red jewels
ATG tape and glue dots

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Welcome to day four of the Winter Coffee Lovers Blog Hop! Only the best blog hop ever! Head on over to the hop and see all the wonderful holiday/winter coffee inspiration. Link up your coffee, tea, or cocoa related projects for a chance to win! Click below and it will take you to the hop! 
Making holiday/winter coffee cards may be my favorite thing ever! Oh wait maybe fall? No, spring. Who am I kidding they are all great because they all involve COFFEE! Maybe, it's all the coffee I already had this morning talking!
Anyways, this project I made for today is from Unity Stamp Company!
I just love this little coffee cup. He is so cute! The kit he is in is call One little latte. I also used a couple of snowflakes from different Unity kits for the background. Very Merry Christmoose, snowflake kisses, and a joyous season sentiment kit. The sentiment is from October's kit of the month also from Unity. I combined this holiday/winter coffee theme with Unity's color challenge on their Show and Tell Facebook page. Go play along and share your Unity projects with the group. it is super fun! That is all for me today! 
Here is another picture. I didn't think about how it would photogragh. The glossy accents on the sentiment make  it a bit hard...lol! Okay bye again!
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Welcome back friends! It's Day three of the Winter Coffee Lovers Blog Hop! For more Inspiration and to check out all the sponsors and blogs that are participating in the hop. Click on logo below and it will take you to where all the holiday coffee fun starts. There are great prizes to win for linked up projects that are holiday/winter coffee, tea, or hot cocoa related! 
We got snow! It snowed most of the day here in Montana! It was lovely...I love the snow! It was a good day to spend inside working diligently on my Christmas cards! Although we did venture out for a dog walk and some fun in the snow!
For this project I used a Unity stamp
This cute little bird is from Unity's, The best like ever kit. So cute I just love this little bird. I wanted the snowflakes coming out of the coffee cup to kinda look like steam. I am Not sure if I achieved it but, I like how it turned out non the less. I used part of the sentiment from Altenew's coffee ring set. I masked it so I just got the coffee. Then I paired it with the sentiment that came in the Unity kit! The little coffee cup die came form Stampin up's cups and kettle framelits.

 That is all for me today! Happy hoppin!

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It's day two of the best blog hop around! The Winter Coffee Lovers Blog Hop. Click below and check out all the deets and link up your winter/holiday coffee projects! There are some excellent prizes packages to be won!
For today I used another Unity stamp for this project. It is brand new to the line and I just love it. It is illustrated by Angie Blom who does incredible work. Go check out her blog. It is great. I love all of her designs.
For this project. I made a coffee gift card holder using Joy to go kit from Unity. This card holder was giving me some problems. I had the idea of making the pockets out of the two die cuts. I thought if I put a thin enough glue line it would fit my insert that holds the coffee card. It became problematic so instead of scrapping the whole project I just used washi tape. Yay, washi tape for the win! I still think it turned out well and it functions, so that is a plus! I colored the coffee cup with copic markers. I cut out and placed on card holder. I had the image stamped out on the base. So I could get the snow around the coffee cup and the ground. I used glue dots to adhere the cup and glossy accents to finish it off. Added the sentiment and viola! Coffee gift card holder!

Here it is pulled out! The dies that I used are form My Favorite Things called Stitched Jumbo Fishtail Banner Stax. Say that 10 times fast..lol. The insert is cut slightly smaller then the dies cuts. I adhered on some pattern paper to card stock, used a white eyelet, and added the ribbon. I just cut some slits for the card to slip into. Also used Tim Holtz snowfall embossing folder. 

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Welcome, to the first Day of the Winter Coffee Lovers Blog Hop! Click on the logo below and it will take you to all the  blogs that have linked up!  
We had a cold snap come through Montana with below zero temps....brrr! Baby it's cold outside has a whole new meaning here. It has made it to a whole ten above today! Good for snuggling up and enjoying a hot cup of coffee!

I used Unity stamps for this card. They are also one of the super sponsors for this Blog Hop. If you don't know about Unity Stamps then you should stop everything right now and head on over to their website. They have the best stamps! Seriously you won't regret it! 
Here is my winter holiday coffee card! This was so much fun to make. I used the girl from Dream of being kit. I colored her with my copic markers. I did add a wink of stella to her sweater but, it's hard to see in the picture. I used an oval die, masked her and stamped the background, and distressed the edges. 

I used Snowfall background stamp from My Favorite Things on Cheery Cobbler card stock from Stamin UP. I also used snowflake dies from Tim Holtz. I ran them through an embossing folder to add texture to them. Oh...you can kinda see the glitter on her sweater in this picture! 


I used Reverse Confetti all framed up die for the frame on, in Stampin up's Wild Wasabi card stock. The sentiment is from Unity's October's kit of the month. 
Here is the inside of the card. The little snowflakes and sentiment is also from Unity. Merry Christmas is from October's Holiday Hugs kit of the month and the snowflakes are from October's a joyous season sentiment kit

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