Thursday, May 27, 2010

Cutting Cafe/Long Sentiment Tags


Another card using one of Regina's long sentiment tags from her line at Cutting Cafe here.
These tags are just so awesome to use for any little sentiment you would want to convey in a card to a friend or someone in the family. For me...it's sending a card inviting up a coffee date.
A cup of coffee with a neighbor or a friend long long ago was just pouring some java in a pretty cup, sipping and gabbing. Now I drive past the coffee haunts of today, the tables and chairs are full of friends taking a break in life, they are cherishing a visit, and although the coffee is mostlikely in a cardboard cup, the coffee somehow seems so much better. But then again, in those long ago years, I never put in chocolate and whipped cream, a dab of this and a dribble of that in my coffee.
Here's my card.


8 comments:

Gwen's Busy Little Hands said...

I love the color combo of this card, Carole. The tag sentiment is so cool...so timely. Everybody drinks coffee anymore...even kids! One of my favorite spots when I worked out of town was a cool little coffee house called the Java Hut...Loved that place.

Smiles!
Gwen

DoubleClick Connections said...

What a sweet card! I love the tag!

Kelly said...

Great card Carol. Love the bright colors. Have a great weekend!

Margie said...

Now you've got me wanting to run upstairs and put some whip cream in my espresso! LOL! Great card, Carole! I'm glad I popped in before finishing up the card I'm working on... got some much needed inspiration on how to finish it off!

Lindsay Weirich said...

love the fun bright colors!

DonnaMundinger said...

Just the kind of card I need to get back in touch with a friend. Fabulous idea Carole, and darling card! xxD

Mona L. Pendleton said...

Such a wonderful card Carole! Love the color combo & I could surely use a cup of that goodness right now!

1CardCreator said...

Make me wish we lived close enough for me to come for coffee! Great card Carole, you make all of Regina's printables come to life! Thanks for sharing. ~Diane