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Trinity stamps collaboration and Coffee Loving Cardmakers blog hop



Hello and welcome! Hope you have received a lot of inspiration on your way to my blog. It's so fun to be part of the blog hop with trinity stamps and Coffee Loving Cardmakers. 

To be honest, I had never heard of Bubble Tea day until I was asked if I wanted to join this blog hop. I have to say this is so much fun and I have to go out and see if I can find Bubble Tea in Sweden!

Today I have used Caffeinated Sentiments and Coffee with Character (which is currently on sale at trinity stamps). I love pastel colors all year round but this particular season is perfect for pastel. Collerd the images with copics and embossed the sentence in White.

I also created a short video that you can see on my youtube channel, link below.




One reader will be randomly selected to receive a $25 Trinity Gift Card. Leave your comments on all of the participating blogs by Wednesday, May 8th at 11:59pm Pacific, then look for the winner announcement here on the CL blog the following week.

Hope you got some inspiration here. Your next stop is Amy Brown .

EmelieHessler- <--- You are here Amy Brown-  <--- Your next stop

Comments

  1. Your coloring is stunning... I love how you did all the elements along the edge! I have never had Bubble Tea! Now I have to find some and try it!

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  2. This is absolutely stunning Emelie! I LOVE it!!!

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  3. So pretty with the florals interspersed between your yummy treats! I love the donut icing!

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  4. Ohhhh, this is awesome, Emelie! Beautiful pastel colors.

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  5. There is so much to love here! The flowers tie everything in so wonderfully, the colors are fabulous! I love it all!

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  6. Wow, that is so beautiful with all the flowers.
    I love it, Emelie.

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  7. Stunning! Way to bring elegant to the mix. !

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  8. Beautiful colors and details! Love your card!

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  9. That is just adorable. AND it's making me want sweets!

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  10. Wow, gorgeous design! I love the placement of your images and the pretty combination of colors.

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  11. Oh yum! Love the collection of images and the glossy glaze on that donut! Such a tasty card! :) Thanks for hopping. I've had so much fun!

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  12. Wow ! This is such a beautiful card!!!

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  13. This is so pretty, love the design!

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  14. I love your card so much that I'm pinning it! I adore the layout and the florals mixed in with the coffee and pastries. Thanks so much for the inspiration!

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  15. I love this card so much! Great colors and layout.

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  16. Pretty design and I like the colors.

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  17. Marisela Delgado said: Such a cute card. mariandmonsterd@yahoo.com

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  18. Lovely layout on this fab card, and the coloring is so sweet.

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  19. A Fatuous layout here! TFS

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  20. I like the layout very very much!

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  21. I love all the elements you used! Simple and elegant!! Thanks for sharing ;-)

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