Monday, May 21, 2012

BBTB2/Kitchen

Julia Moss, our BBTB2 talented design team sister, has the helm again this week in her second challenge to use a kitchen theme on our projects. I used two cartridges for my card.  JUST BECAUSE gave me the coffee pot while A CHILD'S YEAR provided the coffee cup.  I have done my usual embossing,  the coffee pot and coffee cup are mounted on some Nestie designs, the title is cut from the fonts of Divine Wedding.  You can see some  cute little "Card Candy"  on the top of the lid, and I added  some Stampendous Vinyl dots ...those are scattered on the coffee cup.  At the annual Card Camp, my friend Pat gave us a plastic bin full of the Card Candy  and when I saw her using the Stampendous Vinyl dots, I just had to get some too.  I like these because they take away that little problem that could arise when mailing a card with bling.  This bling is flat and I like that.  Here is my card.
Please join in on our kitchen challenge...as always we ask that you follow our simple rules.  Thanks for your visit.

17 comments:

Sandi said...

I so love your vignette, makes me want to go get a glass of lemonade or a cup of tea, hugs

Louise said...

I'd love a coffee, thank you!!
A beautiful card, as always xx

Jayne said...

Gorgeous card Carole,I'd come for coffee,especially served out of such a pretty cup.Card candy is so fun and takes stamping on well too.
Jayne x

Brenda said...

Beautiful card Carol! So cozy and inviting and I don't drink coffee. lol I love all papers you used and the card candy. I've never heard of card candy before but I am liking that it is flat!!

1CardCreator said...

Great card Carole! Love the dots, they look awesome (I had to do a close up cause inquiring minds need to know, ha ha) Love the pot and of course your trademark white dots on the lettering that makes it look so professional!

DonnaMundinger said...

Lovin' the mix of papers you used for the pot and cup. I so love to mismatch like that. Also like your signature embossed mats behind and of course your fab doodling. Another great one! xxD

Jeri said...

This is just fabulous, Carole. I love all your patterned paper you mixed together. I would have been so afraid to do that. It's one of my biggest papercrafting flaws, not knowing what papers go together. Great job.

Scrapbooking for Joy said...

Now that is my kind of date....COFFEE! Very cute card!

Stephanie said...

Love the coffee pot. You chose beautiful paper for the coffee cup.
Stephanie

Tangle said...

This is so darling! I just love how you always add so many wonderful little details to your cuts to make them special. Nice job!

Susan said...

Carole you are amazing! Truly! How do you come up with such great designs and such fab color combinations so consistantly? I love this card and that cup is just pure eye candy!!

Julia Moss said...

Wow, Carole.....this is great. I love the papers and all the detail.

Penniannie said...

This is so fun looking, I just love the colors and paer designs you have put together, really cute...

HUGS
Penny

Suzanne cricutcraftingrammyblogspot.com said...

Carole this is so cute. Love the papers and cuts you used. I thought you had used Love you a Latte so it was a fun surprise.

Glenda said...

Lovely card! Love the Cricut cut, papers, and embossing! Doodling is great!
Glenda

Bella and Aidees Mom said...

Oh how sweet..Let's have a tea party:)

AJ Scrapbooking and Cards said...

Beautiful! I love the papers, the embossing and the gems used. Your coffee invite is perfect. I would love to join you for coffee. TFS AJ~