Feb 15 2009

Coffee with a Dirty Girl!

Yup! That’s exactly what I did today — I had coffee with a Dirty Girl!!! Talk about a thrill!!! I can tell you from experience there is just NO greater thrill than when you receive an invitation to become one of the Dirty Girls at SCS — NO greater thrill!!! But hitting a REALLY close 2nd, is when you open up the Fan Club Galleryon the 15th and see your very BEST friend IRL staring at you — oh my GOSH — I about jumped out of my chair this morning and went through the ceiling!!!! I could NOT contain myself!!! Well, many of you who frequent the Fan Club already know who I’m talking about — none other than my friendDeb — Deb Saaranen — Dream in ColorDeborahLynneS. YAY, DEB!!!! I am so proud of you!!!! Such a well deserved honor!!!! And who is joining Debthis month as the other new Dirty Girl? Well, none other than a very good online friend who many of you know and love both for her artistic ability as well asher ability to captivate us all with a good story — LOL!!!– Cindy — Cindy Motherway — This is My StoryMothermark. HUGE CONGRATS! to both Cindy and Deb — what a duo you two will make!!! My best wishes to you both — I know you’ll both have the time of your lives!!!

OK, now on to my card — to commemorate today’s afternoon coffee with Deb, I thought I needed to make another coffee card, which was perfect as I have so many coffee images colored up from a week or so ago. This is just a fun and simple card, a one-stamper for the Post Office!!!

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It’s so simple, not much explaining is needed!!! I’ll just leave you with my supply list so you have time to hop on over to SCS and check out the latest Fan Club Gallery. You will NOT be disappointed!!! And if you can’t get in, you can read all about it here.

Stamps: Smell the Coffee by Impression Obsession

Paper: White, Black, Basic Grey Urban Prairie

Ink: Versa Fine Onyx Black (sentiment), Memento Tuxedo Black (image), Copics to color

Accessories: SU Ribbon, Kaiser Pearl, SU 1 1/4 and 1 3/8″ punches, Martha Stewart Border Punch, Glue Glider.

Note: The Smell the Coffee stamp set, Versa Fine Ink and Memento Ink are from Stampers Dream.

The Basic Grey Urban Prarie, Kaiser Pearls and Glue Glider are from Joan’s Garden.

Thank you somuch for stopping in today. Hope you are all set for a good week ahead! I’ll be back soon!!!

27 responses so far

27 Responses to “Coffee with a Dirty Girl!”

  1. Gvendalen says:

    It’s a lovely card!

  2. Thanks so much for the kind congratulations Sharon! It was so hard to keep it a secret from you!

  3. Charlene says:

    Just got this fun set. Thanks for the inspiration to put it to use! Very cute!

  4. Pat (mspfd) says:

    This is so pretty. Wonderful design and everything works so well together.

  5. Norine says:

    so pretty love the DP and your design
    Hugs
    Norine

  6. Kathie says:

    Yes, isn’t it exciting!!! OUR FRIEND, DeborahLynneS, is a Dirty Girl!! I am jealous that you had coffee again together! What FUN for me to have dinner with the two of you just a week ago. I am doubly blessed!

  7. I really love this card, Sharon! The image is fun — and so beautifully colored! Great paper and colors, too!

  8. Bev J. says:

    Love that Smell the Coffee image-cute and different. tfs

  9. What an adorable card, Sharon! I love your coloring, the designer paper, the punched border, everything!! :O)

  10. Sheila says:

    What a sweet card Sharon! Very innovative thinking on your part to use the coffee cups as the flower heads. TFS! Sheila

  11. This is adorable!! Just love the colors and that image!! 🙂 TFS!

  12. Rose Ann says:

    Your card is very beautiful, Sharon!! I was thrilled to see who the new “Dirties” were as well!! They both are so talented, and can now say I’ve met two Dirty Girls!! 😀

  13. jennifer says:

    I absolutely love this card!! you say it’s simple, but it looks so extravagent!!

    Jennifer

  14. Velta says:

    As always Sharon…your card is fabulous!

  15. Danielle says:

    Wonderful card! I love the colors you used in the coffee garden, awesome!

  16. Elena says:

    I will join this club! Sound like lots of fun stuff!!!
    And your card is so pretty! I love the stamp you used, Sharon!!!

  17. A very fun stamp, great colors and a lovely border! Beautiful Sharon.

  18. Joan Fricker says:

    Sharon, how exciting for Deb. I am so happy for her and she so deserves this honor.

    Your card is stunning. I love the colors and the paper goes with it so perfectly. Did you color that while in Wisconsin with out that paper? Amazing!

    Great job and just a perfect card to send to a friend!

    Joan

  19. Amy Johnson says:

    Such a gorgeous card! I’ve always loved this image! Great papers and colors!

  20. Karen says:

    Congrats, Sharon! How exciting! Love your coffee card, too. The colors are scrumptious and I think I can actually smell the coffee. 🙂

  21. Jerri Kay says:

    I cannot believe I missed this yesterday, I didn’t get the feed Sharon . . . oh boo hoo!!! What a darling card, I absolutely love it! Yes, huge congrats to both Deb and Cindy, they’re a fabulous pair!

  22. leslierich says:

    I love, love, LOVE this stamp set and, WOW, your card is fabulous! Wonderful fresh, Spring colors and pretty papers. SO fun!! I was pretty excited about our new Dirty Girls, too, and I’ve given my congrats to both of them. Awesome stampers!

  23. Linda Beeson says:

    That image with those little coffee cup is entirely too cute! Great coloring job.

  24. mothermark says:

    Sharon!

    Thank you so much for the kind words. I look so forward to meet your very best friend, Deb! She has been alot of fun so far and I am sure we will only get to know each better and have more fun times! What a nice post…..thank you again!

    I absolutely love the coffee cup flowers! What a precious image and card. Big hugs Sharon…thanks so much!

  25. Barbara says:

    Very cute card, very creative.

  26. Barbara says:

    Just wondering if anyone has a secret for dealing with the little fuzzies that get into the chalk and pigment pads, stick to your stamps and drag ink into places you don’t want it? I am all ears…

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