Thanks a Latte

OK, I know said like a month ago that I didn’t like sketch challenges… but I take it back!  I’m addicted!  This is for the Viva La Verve challenge at Splitcoast.  They give a sketch and they also give some inspirations photos.  The Theme for the inspiration photos this month is Kitchens and they had an amazing one with chocolate colored cabinetry.  I went with chocolate chip, whisper white, and bermuda bay cardstock,  some old DSP from The Angel Company, chocolate chip satin ribbon and courdoroy button anf the stamp is, of course- Verve’s Delightful and delicious.  I’ll admit I am enjoying sketchs.  There, I said it. 


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13 responses to “Thanks a Latte

  1. lovely card – the satin ribbon and button really make it special!

  2. great sketch and I love your color combo! I’ve been using a lot of brown and pink lately, so now I’ll try blue instead!

  3. Fabulous card! Love these colors and chosen accessories. 🙂

  4. Cute card… I like your treat of the week ..very neat idea.


  5. I saw were new to PCP and wanted to hop over and say HI! You have a very nice blog and congrats on your DT position 🙂

  6. Wow, I love your card. Great colors and yummy ribbon treatment.

  7. Nice Card. I’ve never gotten involved in any of the SCS challenges. You’ve inspired me to check them out. Come check out my blog.

  8. Love the colors and that image is just great. 🙂

  9. I love this card! Great colors and I love the stamps you used.

  10. Precious card – AND congrats on being invited on the Design Team!

  11. Martha Pineda

    ahh how cute, I have this set, and you have inspired me to take it out, I hope soon lol

  12. Very cute card, I love the color combo!

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