Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Timeless Twine & Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons Holiday Blog Hop: warm wishes

This is post 2 of 2 for me, please click HERE for my Artful Delight Group Hugz post.




Hello!

Today, the Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons team and some of the gals from Timeless Twine are teaming up for a 

Holiday Blog Hop!


You should have arrived here from Lisa's blog at 


If not, that's where you'll want to start since that is where the fun begins!

The prizes are a $20 Gift Certificate to Timeless Twine/BellaCreationz and a $20 Gift Certificate for Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons.  For a chance to win, you must be a follower of each blog and leave a comment on each blog.  

For extra chances, you can also "LIKE" PPPR and TT on Facebook.



I played with the Java Great Day Cutting File from PPPR:


Such a fun file and lots to pick from.  I decided to go relatively clean & simple and picked the to-go cup!  I decorated it with red wool felt.   I topped it off with Timeless Twine Cherry Red!


cardstock:  PTI/wausau
paper:  December Artful Delight Card kit
stamps:  Paper Smooches
ink:  Memento Tuxedo
cutting file:  PPPR Java Great Day
other:  Timeless Twine Cherry Red, Reverse Confetti tag die, Impress Red wool felt


Who wouldn't love to receive warm wishes for the holidays?

Now it is time to hippety hop to Candance's blog




49 comments:

Lynn said...

I think you need a real life felt coffee holder. So sweet!

Timeless Twine said...

What a fabulous card Amy!

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

This is gorgeous!! I love love love that feltie!!!!!

Lisa Rukin Swift said...

Love the felt cup holder, Amy, and the pop of red it adds to this wonderful card!

Sherry Eckblad said...

Love that cup and the felt cozy!
What a great idea.

jessica said...

Gorgeous card Amy!!!!

Audrey Pettit said...

Fabulous! SO beautiful and SO fun! I love that large to go cup. Looks uh-mazing with the felt cozy and the kraft tag. And I love all that red against the green and kraft background. Just WOW!

Julie Odil said...

This is really cute!

Karen (karey2005) said...

Super pretty! New follower on bloglovin! Thanks for sharing!!

Laurel said...

So cute and so Amy!

Tracey McNeely said...

This is so stinkin' fabulous!

Kristy said...

Fabulous card!! I LOVE it and I love how you used the felt and twine!! : ) ~ Kristy

DebC said...

Amy you did a great job. I love the coffee to go file and i love how you added the cute sleeve and the sentiment
Deb C

danajohnson1218 said...

Awesome card!

Madge Gillen said...

The felt on your card is the perfect touch!!! Great job and love the cute bow out of twine so fun!! loves-Scrappin Madge
i am a follower madge at thescrappinlounge dot com

Virginia L. said...

You and your coffee cards....I love each one of them, Amy! This is no exception. That red felt is absolutely DARLING!!

teachdanz said...

oh I just love how you used the felt!! so creative :-) great card!

Meredith L said...

Great project. Thanks for the chance to win blog candy!

Meredith245 at yahoo dot com

Lisa said...

This is so pretty...the felt is such a great touch. Thanks so much for being a part of this hop, today. :)

Sarah said...

Great card Amy! Love that coffee cup cozy!

Piali Biswas said...

Fabulous card, Amy!!!
Thank you for the holiday card!!

Karen Wedding said...

Cool card. I make ones like that to put the Starbucks gift cards into. Love the felt you put on it.
I'm a follower - kwedding2@unl.edu

Shannon J said...

That paper is so pretty! Love that you pair it with the red on the coffee cup for a little Christmas fun!

Tonya said...

Great card! The felt is the perfect addition. TFS

Anita said...

This is fabulous my friend.

Lynnie Einerson said...

This is great. I am wanting to give coffe cards to some of my staff for Christmas and they would go perfectly inside your beautiful card.

Melinda said...

Great CAS design! Love the use of the red felt.. super cute idea. Following you on Bloglovin :)

sharmel2@telus.net

Dana F. said...

I love all of your coffee cup cards and this one is no exception, Amy! The felt cozy and lush twine - gorgeous and so perfectly wintery! :)

Lynnda said...

What a pretty and fabulous card Sista! hugs...x

Maria Aubry said...

Great card! Warm wishes for you too!

Robyn said...

Terrific card!

GiGi said...

This card is gorgeous! The felt wrap is stunning! I am a new follower on Bloglovin!
booger1 at tds.net

Annette Allen said...

so totally fabulous..

quilt4fun2 said...

I really like the way the felt and twine look on the cup cut. Cute tag and wonderful job. I am a follower of your blog.
quilt 4 fun 2 at hot mail dot com

Mandi said...

Cute Amy. I love my coffee.

alexandra s.m. said...

Love your coffee card! That felt is so yummy!
TFS~

Amy Kolling said...

Hey Amy!!! I love how you dressed up this coffee cup with a felt cozy!!! The twine was the perfect touch! xx

Ashley said...

LOVE this card! Great use of twine! I'm a new follower. TFS!

~Ashley W
proudusmcwife@gmail.com
http://marinewifesscrappinlife.blogspot.com

Sylvia said...

What a lot of fun, a blog hop! Love your warm wishes card, Amy, the felt and the twine!

yyam said...

CAS perfection. Love the felt!

Isha Gupta said...

Love your creation Amy!! TFS

cm said...

You and your coffee cards are the perfect pairing! LOVE this card...and now I really want a cup, with a red felt holder!! Fabulous!
c

Trinh said...

So warm and cozy! Makes me want to grab a cuppa.

Miriam Prantner said...

That file is just too perfect for you and I love the felt cozy!

Christy Lepine said...

Beautiful card! Thanks for sharing!!

Christy
clcakes@gmail.com
http://christyscraftycorner.blogspot.com/

Brianna loeffelbein said...

Such and adorable card! I just knew that this was the set of files you were going to use, I know how much you love coffee ☺️ Great creation!!

Rose said...

perfection my friend :) love the felt!!

already follow you and you have my email lol

Little Yellow Birdie said...

I am a coffee addict so I can truly appreciate this card. Love your felt cozy!

Erin (Homemade Cards by Erin) said...

I was totally inspired and bought some felt.