Sep 23 2016

2016 Fall Coffee Lovers Blog Hop

Welcome to the 2016 Fall Coffee Lovers Blog Hop!

These hops are always so much fun! Today’s post is jam packed with so many things — a coffee themed project, some fabulous freebies with instructions on how to enter to win, links to check out TONS of beautiful coffee or beverage themed projects, and an invitation for YOU to play along!

Fall 2016 HOP

I made a coffee themed get well card to share and have several different offerings of blog candy.

Several are either a Sponsorship Prize  or Flash Prize and one is a standard Blog Candy.

Read further down for details on how to enter to win.

We’ll start with my project for today and show the prizes at the end.

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This is a get well card with a fun coffee theme using stamps by Altenew.

It’s an elongated size measuring 4.25 x 9.25″.

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All stamped images/sentiments are copper embossed.

These photos aren’t showing the embossing the best.

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I used a narrow metallic copper ribbon with the florals.

It is wired so it was easy to form and hold the bow.

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And here’s the card inside.

I thought it was all kind of fun!

Stamps: Coffee Love by Altenew (card front)

Coffee Talk by Altenew (inside)

Ink: VersaMark embossed with Ranger Super Fine Embossing Powder – Copper

Dies: Spellbinders Celebrations Pierced Rectangles

JustRite Stitched Oval and Vine

Ribbon: May Arts 1/4″ Wired Metallic – Copper

Bow made with the Original Bow Easy

Flowers: Prima Lady Godiva – Raspberry Ice

Adhesives: Scor Tape, Liquid Glue, 3D Foam Squares

All items used for the above project available at The Stamp Simply Ribbon Store.



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We carry Altenew stamps, dies and ink and are LOVING them!

We are offering 3 coffee themed stamp sets by Altenew as Sponsorship/Flash Prizes.

The sets up for grabs are Coffee Love, Coffee Ring and Coffee Talk.

To enter to win any of these, read the details and play along with us over at the

2016 Fall Coffee Lovers Blog Hop.



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This is our NEW Christmas Release.

The sets are Christmas Blessings, Jesus and Merry Christmas.

We are offering some lucky winner any one set of their choice from our Christmas Release.

To enter to win the set of your choice, just leave a comment on this blog post telling me what you do for Christmas cards. Do you create one design and mass produce, do you create a unique card for each recipient, do you purchase standard cards or do you send out photo collage cards?

Open for comments until Friday night, 9/30, 11:59 pm Pacific Time.

Winner to be announced over the weekend of 10/1 or 10/2, so be sure to check back.

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And remember, you can find more coffee loving fun at the 2016 Fall Coffee Lovers Blog Hop!

We always have much inspiration to share, so please check back again!


58 responses so far

58 Responses to “2016 Fall Coffee Lovers Blog Hop”

  1. Christine Ray says:

    Wow I can’t believe I’m one of the first to respond. Darn, I’m sure number one is never randomly-selected! Anywho, just want to say that I love your new stamps. Very lovely! I do make my own Christmas cards whenever possible. I make one design and use it for all because there are so many to send over the years. And with the low cost of photos these days we send one with each card as well. I just love getting all the pictures from everyone at Christmas!

  2. Fantastic card. I love your design and those flowers!
    THANKS A LATTE for being Super Sponsor!

    I handmade Christmas cards, some mass produce, some just one design only.

  3. Becca Yahrling says:

    Love your pretty card. I love the copper ribbon and embossing powder. The whole design is gorgeous!
    There are so many things I always want to try, so I never mass produce my cards. Once in awhile I’ll make 2 or 3 of the same design, but still unique in it’s own way.
    Thank you for being a super sponsor and blog candy, too! Very generous of you. :-)

  4. Oh so cute and pretty at the same time! :)

  5. AJ Bodine says:

    I love your card, those Altenew coffee sets are awesome! For my Christmas cards, I make them all individual. I never mass produce, because I like to make them specifically for the person receiving. Thank you for sponsoring the hop!

  6. AJ Bodine says:

    I love your card, those Altenew coffee sets are awesome! For my Christmas cards, I make them all individual. I never mass produce, because I like to make them specifically for the person receiving. Thank you for sponsoring the hop!

  7. ~amy~ says:

    Love your fun tall card..awesome chocolate brown + aqua color combo! Beautiful new holiday stamps!
    Thanks so much for being a Super Sponsors!

  8. Carla vdM says:

    Ohh my what an elegant card you made and like the way you did the ribbon.

    Thank you for being a sponsor toooo!

  9. dee Earnshaw says:

    Your crd is gorgeous – LOVE the little ribbon embellishment you created – I must case this!!!!
    I love making Christmas Cards and generally make one of a kind cards for each of my friends – I get a little bored of mass producing. LOL

  10. Bad Kitty says:

    wonderful card!
    thank you for being sponzor!

  11. Corrine Ann says:

    Your new Christmas release is wonderful! I usually mass produce my cards. Sometimes I do special ones for certain people. I do try and keep some store bought ones on hand as two of the clubs I belong to send out cards to shut ins and I use these cards if I run out of my home made ones. Thanks for all the wonderful inspiration through the year.

  12. Marsha D says:

    Such a fun blog hop (as usual). Christmas cards -I don’t make or send very many anymore but the ones I make are all individuals, not mass produced. I like to make different styles and sentiments unique for each recipient and what I think they would like to receive.

  13. I love this sweet CAS inspired card! The little images are darling! Thanks for being an amazing super sponsor!
    Take Care!

  14. Teresa Godines says:

    Pretty card. Love the added ribbon and flowers. Thanks for being a sponsor.

  15. Cindy C. says:

    So beautifully done!! Thanks for being a Super Sponsor.

  16. 2amscrapper says:

    Thanks for being a super sponsor! Stunning card here! I don’t make many Christmas cards but each one is unique for the recipient. Thanks for another chance to win on your blog.

  17. Teri W. says:

    Love the ribbon on this. Thanks for being a super sponsor.

  18. Shelly says:

    This is sooo pretty!

  19. Verna Angerhofer says:

    Wonderful card design and I love the ribbon you used on it. Thanks for being a sponsor too!

  20. Such a pretty card! Love the image and the floral arrangement with ribbons. The stamp designs are delish! :)

  21. Diana Moore says:

    Love the copper ribbon, and the sentiment “hope you perk up soon” Love it. Thanks for sponsoring.

  22. Nikki C says:

    Lovely card and for Christmas I mainly make individual cards up all year then when it comes to giving them out I pick who get’s what. I have an insane amount of people I give cards to too :)
    thanks for the chance and being a sponsor too

  23. Andrea Shell says:

    What a classy card! Love the Christmas sets you displayed. I usually mass-produce my Christmas cards, but make a few special ones for those “special” people in my life.

  24. Tonya Graham says:

    Great card! Love the copper ribbon. Thanks for sponsoring.

  25. Ann says:

    So sweet, love it. Thanks for being a super sponsor.

  26. I don’t celebrate xmas so I’m afraid I don’t make any cards.

  27. JoAnne Davies says:

    I normally make 2 or 3 different patterns of handmade cards. This year we had such a hot, humid summer and I was indoors much of the time, so I challenged myself with a new kind of Christmas project. I had saved the cards that were sent to me last year. Using stamps, dies, glimmer paper and card stock, I “remade” the received cards into a new card and will resend it back to the original sender this year. I did make an original card for those that sent the photo cards……didn’t want to cut them up. It was fun, I stayed cool and best of all, my Christmas cards are ready to be sent!!!!!

  28. MaryAnn Samuelson says:

    Stunning use of the copper embossing powder, I have some but can never think of where and when to use it. Christmas Cards, I would love to say I plan months in advance and create every single one individually, but truth be known my husband and I have photos taken around this time of year so I have them printed off at my local Costco as 4×6 Calendars and tuck them inside CAS Christmas cards that I am usually in a mad dash rush to create a week before they need to be mailed

  29. Gail says:

    this is a great card and it serves several occasions. for Christmas cards, I usually mass-produce about 35-40 cards but I make individual ones for each of our kids and families, and our parents, brothers and sister, and really close friends. I start in October.

  30. I create all different cards and I have a stash of store bought for some people I don’t think will appreciate or care about a hand made… can you imagine?? Such a pretty card and what a beautiful ribbon treatment you created! Thanks so much for being a sponsor!

  31. Katrina says:

    Your card is so pretty. What beautiful stamp sets and that copper ribbon is gorgeous! I create different cards and mass produced! Thanks for sponsoring.

  32. Arianna Barbara says:

    Oh wow! Beautiful card!!!
    Thanks for being a Super Sponsor!!!
    I don’t make a lot of Christmas cards because I’m a newbie but the ones I make are all unique cards for each recipient, not mass produced.

  33. Karen B. says:

    I love the detail on your card!

  34. D.Ann C says:

    What a cool way to do your ribbon! I love the change-up on card size for your lovely creation, too! I don’t do holiday cards… 90% of my cards are Thank You and Friendship cards.
    Thanks for sponsoring the hop!!

  35. Christine Miller says:

    Love the sample card using Alt New stamps! The bow is fabulous!
    For Christmas, I take a wonderful photo during Thanksgiving, send it off for quality developing and enclose in an envelope I’ve decorated with Christmas stamps. This is a manageable way to add a homemade touch….as much as I love card making, I can’t manage to make enough handmade cards for Christmas. My handmade tags usually are quite elaborate, though.

  36. KT Fit Kitty says:

    Your card is gorgeous! I love the stamps used and your beautiful ribbon! Thank you so much for sponsoring my favorite blog hop! I would be thrilled to win your prize! I would also be thrilled to win your giveaway! As for Christmas cards, I only give handmade cards and I make each one unique. I actually start in January and my goal is to make two per month. I usually make 6-8 during “Christmas in July” and then as the holidays approach I make several more. Ever since I started this, I no longer panic in December! Wishing you a wonderful day!

  37. Cynthia Cole says:

    Love your card! I pretty much make multiples of Christmas cards for most on my list but make a few special ones for extra special people!

  38. Tee Hall says:

    A beautiful card and gorgeous design! I like to send photo cards with the previous years Christmas dinner photos.

  39. Yahaira Valdivia says:

    Your tull card is cool. The set stamp are great, specially christmas theme

  40. Vinita Jain says:

    I love your brew creation with a cute ribbon ! Thanks for being a super sponsor!

  41. Cebelica says:

    Love your card. Great design and colour combination.
    I don’t like to mass produce my cards (simply because I get bored), so all my Christmas cards are different. I also try to keep in mind to whom I’m sending specific card (e.g. if a person likes angels, I will include an angel on my card).

  42. Janet Ingraham says:

    Thank you for sharing talent and sponsorship.

  43. Helen F. says:

    Beautiful card design! Love the flowers!

  44. An'Jneic G. says:

    Cute card. Like the sentiment

  45. Joy says:

    I love your card! Nice touch adding the ribbon!
    Thanks for sharing your ideas and being a sponsor!

  46. Cynthia O. says:

    Love this cheerful Get Well card. Fun coffee sets! Thanks for sponsoring the Hop!

  47. Ericka Strange says:

    Fun card love the colors of the bows on top.

  48. Ceal says:

    Beautiful card, thNks for a chance to win

  49. Sue D says:

    Wonderful card. I like the bow treatment.
    I usually make one card design for Christmas and then mass produce.

  50. Becca Cruger says:

    Tall and skinny has never looked better! Thank you for sponsoring this awesome hop!

  51. Linda Caler says:

    Love the design of the card and your embellishments! Thanks for sharing!

  52. I love your inspiring coffee card! The bow, flowers and especially the copper influence throughout is stunning!! Your blog is such a inspiration to me! Love your work!
    As for Christmas cards, I make at least 100 and start in January. Some are Anna Griffin kit cards, others individual, and others done in groups. Love to emboss, add texture and detail so that’s why I start early! I enjoy it so much!!

  53. Seleise says:

    Beautiful card! that ribbon and flower detail is so cool and pretty! I mass produce my Christmas cards. I don’t always get them mailed but I have made them every year. I’m sure people would appreciate them if I’d get them in the mail…. lol! Thanks for being a sponsor!

  54. jan metcalf says:

    Love the Altenew coffee lovers sets! Thanks for sponsoring the coffee hop!!

  55. I tend to create a unique design and then mass produce. I send out 200+ cards per year.. I couldn’t possibly figure out 200 different cards.. My brain would be well overloaded! Adorable creations and LOVE the blue with the brown and copper! I will definitely try that! So honored to be sponsoring in a blog hop with such talented and generous people! <3

  56. Mans de Fada says:

    So beautiful and elegant card.
    Thank you very much for this super sponsor and this prize.

  57. Echo Noble says:

    Great cards and awesome stamps!

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