Eggnog lattes, peppermint mochas, gingerbread lattes, just take your pick! I'll get the milk steaming.
The City Crafter Challenge Blog this week is the city SEATTLE. When we moved to Seattle in the early 1990's, Starbucks was just getting started and in their store you could go to 'Coffee College', a 3 night long get together where you learned the history of coffee, how it is grown, aged, produced, what is the best way to get a perfect 'shot' of espresso, the types of machines, well you get my drift, right??? After learning the ends and outs, I was on my way to being a coffee affectionné .
The very hip mug of holiday cheer is a stamp from I Brake for Stamps. I used Liquid Applique for the foam on the top. The sentiment was masked and inked so I could place it along the bottom to fit the Sketch Challenge on SCS today.
Thanks for the great city challenge, City Crafter. I have just discovered your blog through my new, livin' in my city (actually less than 3 miles from my house) blogging friend, Jan, your guest designer this week! It's my first time entering the challenge, but it most definitely won't be the last...I love traveling to new places or revisiting old favorites!
I hope everyone is mightily this Thanksgiving, reuniting with family and friends. Stay warm.
Card Recipe: Stamp: I Brake for Stamps
Paper: Basic Grey Eskimo Kisses, Wassail, Figgy Pudding, Brazzill Brown Linen cs
Trim: Vintage seam binding
Misc: Liquid Applique, Cuttlebug and Snowflake Embossing Folder, Spellbinders small rectangle
UTEE and Tim Holtz Super Fine Embossing Powder
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