Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Day 2 in Birthday Week!

Lots of birthdays this week!

I started a new job at the beginning of the month. One of the owners has a birthday this week. Although I don't know much about her yet,  after hearing the response to the Valentine treats, I figured she'd like this too.



The card I posted for a past PPA challenge, but the treat container is a new design. I matched the Pool Party paper and featured the Butterfly Basics stamp set. The sentiment is from Teeny Tiny Wishes and the butterfly on the sentiment is from Papillion Potpourri. I used my markers to color the flower and stem, gave the stamp a good "huff" and put it to paper.








I love these little mini coffee cups! This one is filled with Hershey kisses. The DSP is a vintage scrap I found in my files. Yummy coordinating ribbon finishes off the project.

TIP: Check out my photo tutorial on how to make this quick and easy holder for your mini coffee cups!

Stop back tomorrow for a masculine birthday card and take a quick trip with me down memory lane.

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Thanks so much for stopping. Hope your day is a great one!

Until next time, take gentle care,
Sue



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  3. Can you, or will you, share where you got the mini coffee cups. Love the idea. I live in Washington state, you know the other Washington, and I have never seen them. Love your site and have signed up for your newsletter. Tanks in advance.

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  4. I'm happy to share. Actually, if you click on the link in my post for the tutorial for the cups, the information is listed there. If I remember correctly, the cups are 50 to a sleeve and the lids come in a bag of 100. They are the 4 oz cups. Have fun making them - be sure to check out the link for tips on how to use the paper stacks. Here is the website from where I bought the cups. www.webstaurantstore.com.

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