Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Grab a Cup Get Well Wishes

It's almost October and that means it's time for the next release for My Time Made Easy and Lauren has done it again - come up with some fantastic templates, stamps and papers so hold on! Here we go.

Today I present an adorable new template called Grab a Cup. I'm using it as a get well set, taking advantage of some fabulous new digital papers to make this easy as can be!

I've combined three coordinated papers from Coffee Beans collections. I printed the papers double sided so the inside of the cup is patterned paper also. I love how Kristin has made it so easy to combine papers with no worries about color matching. I filled my cup with some chicken noodle soup, tea and honey sticks.

 Here's a closer look at the cup.

I colored the inside of the handle with Copics to match the border I used on the cup rim and for the bottom.

This shot is looking down into the cup. As you can see the cup is generously sized.  I just love this sweet cup template. Super fun way to package up a variety of heart warming drinks.

Here's the card I made to go with it. I added another of the Coffee Bean papers but I printed it at a small scale so you could see the coffee cup BG. The coffee cup is part of a brand new stamp set called Fancy a Cuppa? It's so customizable and has some cute accents like the flowers too. I stamped the cup then cut it out then stamped another copy on brown CS and cut it out slightly larger to act as a mat layer. Popped up the cup on dimensionals.  The sentiment "Get Well Wishes" comes from Grab a Cup Sentiments stamp set.

A final look at the entire set again.

Please stop by and visit these design team gals for some fun ideas from them as well. You will want to visit everyday for more wonderful product release ideas!

My Time Made Easy Design Team:

Celebrity Guest Designer:  Ashley Newell

Supplies from My Time Made Easy LLC:
Pretty Impressions © Stamps:  Fancy a Cuppa? and Grab a Cup Sentiments
Pretty Pieces Cut Files:   Border Builders

Thanks for stopping by - your kind comments mean a lot to me and encourage me to keep going even when the mojo is hiding in the closet or the entire family is already in bed :-)

Hugs n Smiles.


Debbie said...

Absolutely adorable, Pam!! Who wouldn't want to receive a set like this! Such a great use of the papers -- I {heart} the polka dots :)

Catherine Doucette said...

I keep forgetting to print the paper on both sides...really makes this an amazing project! Wonderful job, love the color combo too!!

Amy said...

What a fun idea for a gift set!

Stephanie Kraft said...

This is darling, Pam! Such a fun and wonderful gift!!

MsJay said...

Very nice. The more I see this cup, the more I want it. TFS

Monique said...

What a great set, this cup fill with cheerful colors , soup and tea would make anybody feel better.. Great job with this project Pam..You rock GF!!

Katie Cotton said...

ACK! I love love love love love it!

Tammy Hershberger said...

OMGosh, printing the paper double-sided? Ingenious! I would never have thought to do that but it makes perfect sense! This is outstanding, Pam! It would surely perk up anyone who has the sniffles!

Tracey Cuccia said...

Gorgeous! Love that you used the patterned paper on the base...clever. I looked for those honey sticks here, and couldn't find them (however, it's not an item I would usually keep on hand, so perhaps I was just looking in the wrong places) This is marvelous Pam -- smashing job -- as always!

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