Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Love Each Other - Coffee Lovers 2017 Fall BlogHop

When we had our Crop back East, one of the girls (Donna Davis, Diary of a Scrapbook Addict) introduced us to the Mosaic Moments Photo Collage System for scrapbooking. Usually scrapbook pages to me are minimal...so I decided to make a couple of cards (a little larger than A2's) using their 12 x 12 scrapbook cardstock, and dies for the squares.    

Chose a couple of floral design sheets from a 6 x 6 Paper Pad by Jen Hadfield "Simple Life" for placing on the squares.  The sentiments were in the same paper pad.  Added flowers and foliage and placed a small wooden teacup among the flowers.  You can see my other floral card HERE.  

Products Used:  
Design Paper 
     Jen Hadfield Simple Life #733524
     CTMH Colonial White
     Snap&Crop - "Mosiac Moment 12 x 12 Design Sheet"
     Wood TeaPot, Flowers and gems from Stash - Unknown 
     Snap&Crop - "Mosiac Moment Dies"  
     Foliage - from Stash Unknown
     3D Thin Foam Tape 


Karen Letchworth said...

This reminds me of a patchwork quilt. Super cute!

New Creations said...

Another fun mosaic beauty, love the flowers!

~amy~ said...

This is so pretty! Love that gorgeous paper!

Becca Yahrling said...

This is just gorgeous! Love the pretty paper & the gorgeous array of flowers as well as the cute tea pot.

Lori Turner said...

Very pretty card! I love the colors you used...Thanks for sharing with us!

Ann said...

Sweet card and cute little tea pot you added.

Arianna Barbara said...


Lisa said...

Love this one too..so beautiful! I should put that die on my wish list!

Verna Angerhofer said...

So beautiful with the tiled look and pretty flowers.

Fikreta said...

this is so beautiful!

Shanna Slater said...

The tile design is stunning with your card design!! Great job

Thanks for sharing!

Hetty said...

Another beautiful square design!
It is so special and beautiful coffee embellishment in the middle.

Alyson Mayo said...

And I remember this background as well! It works perfectly with the sentiment and the idea of the old pot of tea... Well worth holding onto for the right images.