Paper Crafts Crew #237 – Reverse Confetti Coffee and You

Paper Crafts Crew #237 – Reverse Confetti Coffee and You

Welcome back to the Paper Crafts Crew Challenge! This week we have a sketch challenge:


I've been MIA lately with all the stuff going on here, but I finally managed to pull it together. My floor is in, the kitchen is painted, the carpet has been cleaned, and I've almost got everything back where it goes! This sketch is cute, and I wanted to use this cute coffee set to participate in the 2017 Spring Coffee Lover's Blog Hop at the same time! Lookie:


STINKIN' CUTE! I actually decided to follow the sketch rather closely.


I colored my elephant with Copic markers and fussy cut her out, but I did link up the matching dies below. I used colors from the paper I used, Sugar and Cream from Doodlebug Design.


I decided I wanted to use the brushstroke look behind the main image mat, and I used a new set from Tim Holtz called, amazingly, Brushstrokes! I used Distress Mustard Seed ink. I used some Dainty Dots washi tape from Doodlebug Design over the top. A little black baker's twine adds a nice pop.


I love the greetings that come with this set!


A couple of Doodlebug Sprinkles completes the visual triangle.


So cute!

You can play along with our challenge by clicking on this link.

Below is my list of products that I used, and I have used compensated affiliate links where they were available, as I now participate in affiliate programs for Simon Says Stamp, Amazon, Ellen Hutson LLC,, Gina K, Sizzix, and Blick Art Supplies. Buying through these links costs you nothing extra and helps support my blog and my artistic endeavors, and I thank you.

Enjoy! Ta!

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