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Saturday, September 24, 2016

pumpkin spice and everything nice

It's time for the Fall Coffee Lovers blog hop!

There are dozens upon dozens of sponsors just waiting to give prizes away to those of us who link up a project this week. And many, many others are giving away prizes for commenting along the hop.

All you need to do to win is link up a coffee, tea, or hot cocoa project and/or comment on the links.

This is my first project. It has almost everything I love about fall - pumpkins, colorful leaves, cozy sweaters, and coffee!

I started with a woodgrain embossing folder. 
Then I die cut some leaves out of watercolored paper. 
The little cup is from Verve's Coffee Helps stamp set.
And that beautiful girl stamp is from Unity's Dream of Being set.

Thanks for stopping by and go check out some beautiful projets on the hop this week!

18 comments:

StampingbugKerry said...

Very pretty! Love that you left the image B/W! :)

Shelly said...

Simply, beautiful!

Teri Wilde said...

I love the colors surrounding the B&W image.

Rebecca Yahrling said...

Those leaves are simply fabulous. Pretty card.

Teresa Godines #6857 said...

Love the great fall colors. Pretty card. TFS

Ann said...

Love it!! I have this stamp and need to use it.

Echo Noble said...

Lovely card with nice colors! This is my favorite Unity girl!

Arianna Barbara said...

Adorable card!!!

Karen B. said...

Great fall coffee card!

Tonya said...

Great card!

Verna Angerhofer said...

A great card and I love that colorful leaf.

Bad Kitty said...

Your card is very beautiful !
Fiki

~amy~ said...

Yay Amber!!!! So happy you're playing along and your card is awesome! Love the gorgeous leaves and the dry embossing!

Lisa said...

Such a beautiful card... love the leaves..

Julee (Vervegirl) said...

Oh, this is beautiful! Love how dramatic the colors of those those leaves are against the neutral background and image.

Helen Gullett said...

one of my favorite from Unity Stamp. Lovely card, Amber!

Ceal said...

Great card, thanks for sharing.

Helen F. said...

Ohhh, Amber, this is so lovely!