Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Kerry Urbatch - Coffee Lovers Blog Hop - Inspiration


MY INSPIRATION:  For the past few years I have been a big fan and entrant of the Coffee Lovers Seasonal Blog Hops.  There is so much inspiration within this Blog Hop that I decided to pay tribute to the Design Team.  I have selected one post from the 2017 Fall and/or Winter Coffee Lovers Blog Hop for each Design Team member.  Each has provided me inspiration for creating my card for the 2018 Fall/Winter Blog Hop. 

Amy Tsuruta, Founder and Hostess, demonstrated innovation when she developed the Coffee Blog Hop.  Her vision has created a firestorm of coffee-inspired challenges and merchandise across the globe.  Her dedication and hard work in keeping the challenge alive and fun for all of us fanatics in paper crafting and coffee addicts does not go unappreciated.  Thank you, Amy! 

BLOG CANDY:  In the past I won a coffee mat as Blog Candy and I love it.  I searched online to find that coffee mat and much to my surprise there it was along with others.  I have several new mats that you can win by random draw along with a Spellbinders die. All you have to do is link a coffee card to the Double Trouble Challenge, make a comment, and meet the guidelines for Challenge #16, click on below for more detail.  


(Starts Dec 3 - Dec 7) Winter/Holiday with some kind of Embossing technique "Dry/Heat/Paste" and  
Comment:  "What's your favorite hot/cold drink?"  

Check out Double Trouble's Challenge, Click on Frank Sinatra's The Coffee Song and it will pull you right into the mood of creating coffee projects and don't stop it at the coffee song...listen on.   




2018 Fall/Winter Coffee Lovers Blog Hop Day 5 - Card 2: My inspiration today is Kerry Urbatch's project from the 2017 Winter Coffee Lovers Blog Hop.  This card was chosen for the simplicity, traditional Christmas colors, the glitter and loved the cup hanging from the twine.  Again another bow challenge...I think I'm getting into my comfort zone with bows.  

Instead of a snowman panel I chose to use a PML card from Tis The Season paperpack and fussy-cut around the fern and berries, and when I forgot to add the twine before the glitter was adhered the twine was the full length of my card, but I was pleased with the end result.   



Thank you Kerry.

Kerry Urbatch 



CTMH Products Unless Specified Otherwise:
Design Paper 
     Tis The Season & PML Card fussy-cut sprigs with berries 
Cardstock 
     Candy Apple, Fern and White Daisy 
Die Cut 
     Crafters Companion  "Vintage Tea Party" 
Other 
     Glitter Tape
     Make It Christmas Twine from my Daughter as Gift 

     
     

  





















14 comments:

Becca Yahrling said...

This is pretty! Love the scripty BG paper you used and also the perfect traditional colors. The cup is lovely and a pattern I would love!!

Verna Angerhofer said...

So pretty in design and colors.

Billie A said...

Cute card.

Katie Ann Brooks said...

Ooh, I like the bundles hanging!

~amy~ said...

Sue, what a great design! Love the bundles hanging on the drying line...so clever. Love how you were inspired by Kerry!

StampingbugKerry said...

Oh how sweet! Thank you for this sweet inspiration post. What an awesome idea to theme your project line-up after cards that inspired you. Pretty interesting you selected this card,. I don't even recall making it! Haha. Must have ibeen that frenzy of posting, commenting and captcha issues! ❤️❤️❤️ Love your interpretation of my card much more than the original and your bows are perfect!

Laura J said...

Such a beautiful card!

Karenladd said...

I am really enjoying your inspiration takes, and this design with the bundles of Christmas greenery is so pretty!

Hetty said...

Another great inspiration, but I LOVE your card.
Cute cup embellishment, wonderful bunches of mistletoe.

Dana said...

Wow!!! Love your card, such a great take on Kerry's card!!!

Fikreta said...

its beautiful card!

Karen Letchworth said...

So warm and inviting. A true home-spun design

SHartl said...

I love how you got inspired by other cardmakers and made this pretty, traditionally colored card.

Lisa said...

This is a beautiful inspiration re-make...love your version!