Thursday, November 12, 2020

Warm Birthday Coffee Wishes

 Hi Crafty Friends,
Sharing another COFFEE Card featuring the My Favorite Things Sweater Weather Stamp set... Can you tell I'm obsessed with this set? I used the MFT Sketch #513 that I flipped! (see below)

Make Crafty Friends Q & A:
Q: What does your favorite Sweater Look like?
A: Me? I have one from Hanna Anderson Kids  that has rainbow stripes and says LOVE



Supplies:
MFT Sweater Weather Stamp Set
Kat Scrappiness Roped Edge Circle Dies
Newton's Nook Snowflake Stencil
Sequins

Challenges:
My Favorite Things Sketch Challenge #513
Cute Card Thursday #660: Wintry
As You Like It Challenge His or Her Birthday and Why? I made a HIS birthday card because I find them to be more challenging and I wanted to make something for my Dad who's birthday is December 1st
Wednesday Creative Inspirations Winter Wonderland



9 comments:

  1. Very sweet card, and I love the splatter!

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  2. Such a beautiful card! The snowflake background is gorgoeus. Thank you for joining in the fun at Creative Inspirations. Good luck.
    Hugs
    Gina xx

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  3. Cute card with the sweater wearing critters. My favorite sweater is one that belonged to my dad. He passed away about 8 years ago but when I wear his sweater I feel like he is giving me a hug.

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  4. Cute critters in their sweaters and I love the snowflake background!
    My favorite sweater is the one I am wearing today... dark blue with a v-neck.

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  5. Wow, such a great, fun card. I love the cute little animals actually good for either masculine or feminine cards. Thanks so much for joining us at As You Like It Challenge!

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  6. Fully appreciate your obsession with these cuties! Thank you so much for joining in with the AYLI challenge. Your make for our His or Hers birthday is terrific - it will make someone's day very special. Hope to see you again soon. Hugs, Squirrel x

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  7. so very cute card!
    i do not wear sweater because i'm allergic to wool.

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