September 26, 2017

Thirsty Tuesday With Coffee Cafe?


You are going to want to sit with a cup of coffee this morning as you view my slew of projects! This was a class I had planned to host in my home but then the Holiday Catalog happened. All four of these cards are cased from the Annual Catalog. Because I didn't get around to having this class, one of my customers asked if I could do up a tutorial she could purchase like I used to do a few years back. So my tutorial is now ready and as you scroll down to view my cards, I'll have it listed at the end of my post!


These are the products I used from the Coffee Cafe Bundle:












Did you know that the small coffee cup die cuts the images on the designer paper? Yes it does, look at this:




Here is the PayPal link to purchase my tutorial. Once purchased, I will email it to you within 24 hours of purchase. Thanks so much for visiting me!

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September 2017 Coffee Cafe Tutorials





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3 comments:

  1. Love it, did you also know that the beans die also matches up with the beans on the dsp? I happened to find it out by accident.

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  2. I love this! I haven't got the bundle yet. It is on my wish list and it might get purchased in October, but now there is something else new and exciting that I might need to get instead.

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  3. By the way, forgot to mention that I love these cards, catalog CASE or not.

    Also, I can tell you this and you will laugh (hubby, not so much). I took part of a Christmas card camp as a participant not a demo. Made a card with the quilt set and loved it so much that I want to make more. It will only cost me $70 to duplicate that card! LOL! I had the ink and the white CS, but not the bundle, the punch for the greeting (which was from a whole other set), the sticky back paper, the DSP, that other set, the red CS, the green CS.....

    So what do you think it costs to make your cards above? I have the espresso ink (soon the green) and the espresso and kraft CS. Sigh. I'm so behind the SU curve.

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