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Hey there coffee girl…. Have you ever heard that song by the Tragically Hip? I had that song stuck in my head the entire time I was making these cards. Although most of the lyrics really don’t match this sweet image, I still couldn’t get the song out of my head. (In fact, it is running thru my head right now!)

This week I’m sharing some cards that I made using the “Coffee Girl” digital stamp from Whimsy & Stars Studio. Isn’t she sweet?

When I started coloring with Copic markers, I would always print out two copies of an image, one for practice and one, hopefully, for my finished card. Often times I had to print more but I started with 2. Since I am getting a bit better using Copics, I am still going to print 2 copies of the image, but I hope that I will be make 2 cards using them. I donate cards to OWH and to my daughter’s school for fund raising so I always can use some extra cards. It will also allow me to make a dent in my paper stash so that I can buy some of the new lines that I saw from CHA.

Here is a look at both cards. I stuck with the same lay out and just changes a few details.

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Keep your eye on the Whimsy & Stars Studio blog and store. Mabelle is putting some new and returning images in the store.

If you would like to hear “Hey There Coffee Girl” by the Tragically Hip, you can find a video here. All the videos I could find were filmed at shows so the sound quality isn’t the greatest but you still might find it catchy.

Don’t forget to check out my February followers blog candy.

Have a great day! Thank you for stopping by!

Supplies:

  • Stamps: Coffee Girl (digital stamp) by Whimsy & Stars Studio, Ticket Sentiments by Raindrop Echo Designs on Whimsy Stamps , Close To My Heart Buttoned Together
  • Inks: Memento Rich Cocoa, Versa Mark
  • Papers: Neenah Crest solar white CS, Papertrey kraft CS, Bazzill Basics Pinecone CS, Bo Bunny Kitchen Spice DP
  • Tools: Sewing machine, Copic makers, Papertrey Buttoned Up #2
  • Embellishments: Hug Snug seam binding, Kaiser pearls,May Arts burlap twine, Ranger clear embossing powder, misc button & lace

Challenges:

Comments

Cheryl said…
oh this is one super cute image Hun just love the colours and love those papers hugs Cherylxxxxxx
Luanne said…
Gorgeous cards! love the colors and your papers.
Flowergirl said…
Gorgeous card, she is so cute x
Wendy x
Annette said…
what a great friend card...love that image...so cute
Sandra said…
Gorgeous card Cheryl also love the colours and the layout too!:) Sandra H
mforquer said…
Cheryl,
What a SUPER adorable creation! I love the colors and your stitching! Wow - gorgeous!
Hugs,
M
Beautiful set of cards Cheryl! Love the browns, tans & blues. Great coffee colors. ~jeni :)
Donna said…
Incredibly pretty card Cheryl, I love the peach and brown together and this is such a cute image! Thank you for the comment you left over at mine, it is very much appreciated espesh as I really struggle with my colouring but I'm learning new tips and tricks everyday :) Donna ♥ x
Michelle said…
This is beautiful, Cheryl. Love the colors and those little tickets!
These are FABULOUS Cheryl! Love the image and your coloring is PERFECT! And I adore those little friendship tickets ... how cute!!
Thanks so much for joining our "ALL TIED-UP" challenge at Shelly's Images! Please come back and join us again real soon!!
Darlene
Shelly's Images DT
DAR’S CRAFTY CREATIONS
Ooooh, what a cutie!!!!!! I seriously have to get back to making OWH cards!!! I've been a bad cardmaker in that sense!

Love when you use the tickets for the sentiments! I have to remember that!!

Maria :)
Violets Corner said…
They are absolutely gorgeous Cheryl, I like the muted colours a lot and the image is fab, you got a great eye for detail.

Warm hugs
Maarit
Lisa Lynn said…
Your cards are adorable. Thanks for pointing out those digital stamps.
Riet said…
What a beautiful card Cheryl.

Hugs Riet.xx
Ali said…
Gorgeous love the colours xx
~Paola~ said…
what a gorgeoussssssssssssssss card!! trulyyy beautifulllll!!♥
Anita said…
These are beautiful Cheryl and that image is so cute. I love those papers! Fabulous idea to make 2 cards at a time.
Lori said…
Your card is darling! Love the image and the tickets. So glad you linked up at Craft Us Crazy!
Dawn said…
Aww these are both sooo cute!
Thanks for playing along with us at The crafty Pad this week in our Spring Colours Challenge!
Good Luck
Hugs
Dawn xx
PS Don't forget we currently have a DT call running!
Lorraine said…
Oh these are adorable! I love that cute image, your coloring, the papers and stitching!
jimlynn said…
Both are fantastic! Cute image and love the DP you used on these. Great idea about the printing of 2!
Lynn
Fiona said…
It's always interesting to see how a different colour scheme changes the feel of a card! Love the design - the little girl is a cutie!
Cheryl these are the cutest! Love teh soft color palette you selected!
Karen B. said…
Thanks for the tip on printing duplicate images! Your cards are too cute for words.
Kathy and Lucky said…
Love them both!!! Such great colors and the papers are perfect. Your coloring is amazing, not sure practice is needed.
Tracy said…
I love the colors on this card Cheryl. I bought some of that Bo Bunny 12 x 12 paper a lonnngg time ago and still have some of it. Both cards are precious and I just love the tickets. Hugs!
P.S. Thanks for the chance at some fabby candy again. :-)
Tan's Hobbies said…
Hi, Cheryl! Today is my 1st visit to your blog. Really love your creation. Your coloring skill is superb. The color composition is really soft and sweet. Love it so much. Great image, superb coloring skills, fabulous layout make your card absolutely lovely. Big hug from your new follower, Tan =P
Marianne said…
These are really cute. Love the image and the papers and the entire lay-out. I think I prefer the first one, though. The colours of the image seem deeper becauce of the darker/warmer background.
Ellis said…
Lovely cards you've made, never heard the song! =)
Hugs, Elenor
Audrey Pettit said…
Oh, Cheryl! These are SO adorable! You are just amazing, my friend! LOVE the coloring and love your card design. All those fabby layers, the stitching, the trims! Love the brown lace and the tickets, too. LOVE!
Karin said…
I love the way she matches up with your papers so perfectly! The ticket sentiment is very cute too :)
1CardCreator said…
These are beautiful Cheryl, love the sweet image and the way you used the papers, always the choices!
WencheP said…
Love your cards! They are so sweet. Thanks for joining us at Do You Stack Up.

-Wenche
Becky B. said…
Absolutely ADORABLE cards!! Thanks for playing along at Frosted Designs! :)
Lydia said…
Your cards are adorable! I love that image and the soft colours. So lovely! Thanks for playing along with us at Frosted Designs!
beautiful papers and coloring, great cards!
Your cards are absolutely beautiful! I am amazed at how well you color with the copics. :0)
Emily Leiphart said…
These are gorgeous, Cheryl! Wow, the colours are stunning together and that image couldn't be any sweeter!
whoistracy said…
Oh these are just adorable! Love that little gal and how you colored her. So sweet.
Julia said…
Gorgeous creation. Thanks for joining us at My Time To Craft. Hugs, Julia
Min said…
This is just gorgeous Cheryl! I love the ribbon and lace you used!

Thanks so much for playin' along with us for the Shelly's Images "All Tied Up” Challenge.
We hope you'll join us again soon! Hugs & Happy Days! ~Min
Kaymin Kreations
Pat (mspfd) said…
What a great layout and design. Lots of neat touches and mix of colors and patterns.
Purple Crazy said…
Fab card, love the colours, Thanks for sharing with us at MTTC x
Min said…
Liked this so much I had to come back and comment again =) Neat little tickets you used on this too!

Thanks so much for playin' along with us this week for the Catch The Bug "Anything Goes Challenge" with Bugaboo Stamps! Hugs & Happy Days! ~Min
Kaymin Kreations
Oh I am in love with both of these! They are both gorgeous and the image is so cute! Thank you so much for sharing and playing along in the Spring Colors challenge at The Crafty Pad this week. We also have a DT call on the moment if you are interested in applying :)
Cheryl - this is just gorgeous! Love the layout, papers and coloring - perfect!!! Thanks so much for playing at the Pink Elephant this week!
Monika/Buzsy said…
Darling cards Cheryl. Love the sweet image, the colors... the tickets look great!

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