Friday, May 13, 2011

Paper Players Challenge 46

Catching up on posts!!  Here is my card for the Paper Players Challenge 46!

I love how the square lattice embossing folder looks like burlap.  Perfect for a coffee card!  I colored the images with my blender pen and ink pads.

I added a little mug to the inside.  Gotta love those little finishing touches!

stamps:  Morning Cup
inks:  Early Espresso, Not Quite Navy, Cherry Cobbler
cardstock:  Early Espresso, Not Quite Navy, Cherry Cobbler. Naturals White, Newsprint DSP
Accessories:  Espresso Bakers Twine, Square Lattice Embossing Folder


  1. Oooh...I really like the addition of the square lattice embossing on the Early Espresso background. And, the addition of the Baker's Twine is a fun addition, too! Great card for the challenge!

    Heidi at

  2. How cute! What a great way to use this stamp set.....makes me want to run out & make a cuppa tea!! Thanks for playing with the Paper Players this week!

  3. What a fun card - I agree, the square lattice folder does look like burlap. I never realized it before - it's one of my favorite folders to use. Now I feel like a run to Starbucks is necessary. :)

  4. Lauri, this is too cute! Love the distressing around the sentiment and the newsprint paper. The baker's twine is a great touch, too. I'm typing all of this as I sit here with a cuppa coffee myself...hee hee! Thanks so much for joining us at The Paper Players! :)

  5. So super sweet! I love this set, it is on my list but I am waiting to see if it will carry over! Thanks for joining us at the Paper Players!

  6. Love the combination of the lattice EF and bakers twine with this set--it's perfect! And the newsprint DSP is the cream in the coffee! So glad you could join us at The Paper Players!

  7. So cute! As a coffee addict, I totally appreciate your card. I love the texture and that awesome baker's twine!

  8. I love the texture! Adorable card with a fabulous layout! Thanks for playing with The Paper Players!


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