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2021 Spring | Summer Coffee Lovers Blog Hop


We are one of the many super sponsors in the line of this fabulous event organised by Amy Tsurata from the Coffee Lovers Blog.  

We are giving away a $25 Gift Card to either our US/UK stores. 

Be sure to enter your card creations over on the Coffee Lovers Blog

Our design team members have also created an array of coffee-inspired cards for you all too.

See sneak peeks below and click on the pictures and names of our designers to take you to their blog or youtube tutorials. 

Jo Herbert



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  1. These cards are all AMAZING.
    Thanks for being a returning Super Sponsor!

  2. Some really beautiful cards and wonderful designs.. thanks for the inspiration. x

  3. Super gorgeous, love the showcasing!
    Thanks for being a super sponsor!

  4. I love using embossing powder! All of the team's cards are so beautiful! I especially love the gold and the bronze; so rich looking! And yummy. Thanks so very much for sponsoring the hop!!

  5. You aall have made this embossing powder do wonders on these fabulous cards. Thanks for sharing these ideas that I always learn a lot from. Thanks too for being a super sponsor.

  6. Awesome coffee theme creations. Thanks for being a sponsor.

  7. Fabulous, inspiring cards!

    Thank you for sponsoring the Spring/Summer Coffee Lovers blog hop!

    Cheryl (SheStamps)
    Visit my blog - She Stamps

  8. Perfectly brewed cards for this hoP!!

  9. Great cards. I especially love the sentiment that says "Come to the dark side". [Bunny]

  10. Oh I love all the coffee themed cards, All so different and unique. Thanks so much for being a Super Sponsor.

  11. Love all of this beautiful inspiration! Thank you for being a super sponsor on this fun hop!

  12. Thank you for being a Super Sponsor. I enjoyed viewing everyone's creation. Jo's was a favorite. [Bunny]

  13. Wonderful coffee card inspiration. Thanks for being a super sponsor.

  14. Fabulous cards for the hop! Thanks for being a Super Sponsor!

  15. Wonderful cards! Thanks so much for being a generous sponsor! Stay safe! :)

  16. These are all so fabulous! Thank you for being a super sponsor!

  17. These really are Wow cards! Thank you for being a Super Sponsor!

  18. This is so adorable! Thank you so much for being a sponsor! Love blog hops and all the great prizes!

  19. WOW - these cards are amazing - each one is perfect! I really love Judy's study in copper - it's absolutely gorgeous! Thanks so much for sponsoring this awesome hop!
    Rachelle : )

  20. Amazing cards. Thanks for being a Super Sponsor!

  21. All great creations! Thanks for being a hop sponsor!

  22. Love your design team’s cards! Thanks for being a Super Sponsor!

  23. A lovely bunch of cards made by the design team.
    Thank you for being a sponsor on the 2021 Coffee blog hop.

  24. Absolutely stunning cards!! Great use of your product!! Thank you for sponsoring once again!!

  25. So much awesome! Thanks so much for being a Super Sponsor again!


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