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I recently won a $25 gift certificate to The Stamping Boutique during Paper Craft Planet's 12 Days of Christmas promo. One of the digis I picked out was Jennifer Latte Christmas. I loved this digi at first sight because, I have to admit it, I am a Starbucks junkie. (Although my habit is mochas, not lattes. A girl has got to have her chocolate.) It is a baaaaddd habit that I am trying to break because of the calories and the money involved.
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I used the Sweet Sunday Sketch Challenge (SSSC48) for the inspiration for this card. I rotated the layout. This was my first opportunity to play with my new Flower Soft so I used it on her fur trim.


Thank you for looking! Happy Holidays!


Supplies:
Jennifer Latte Christmas from The Stamping Boutique
Stampin' Up markers
Polar White Flower Soft
Diamond & Gold Stickles
Sakura Gelly Roll glitter pen - clear and gold
Holiday Scroll designer paper by Flair Designs
Pomegranate Splash by Bazzil Basics
Image printed on Georgia Pacific card stock
Stampin' Up White card stock for card base
Ribbon
Gem stones

Comments

Karin said…
Great card! I love the rich burgandy and green you chose, they go so well with the gold accents.
Since this chick on the stamp is a stick, she must only hang the coffees on the tree and not drink them. That must be the secret!~ LOL
Great job!
This card is wonderful!
Becky said…
Great card, love this image
Mary G. said…
Wow! LOVE this! The green with the gold is stunning! Love how you did that background and that image is adorable!
Karen Howard said…
I love this card... and you can never have too many lattes!!! I don't do coffee but I love Caribou Chai Tea Latte!!!
Gina said…
Oh, I just love that image, it made me smile as soon as I opened your blog!
Karen Giron said…
I love this card! The latte stamp is SO cute - love her little Santa dress :D Great job with the sketch!!

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