Tuesday, 10 November 2020

Coffee Lovers Fall/Winter Hop #4

 

This is my fourth post in the  Coffee Lovers Fall/Winter Hop

In all but the last Coffee Lovers Blog Hop, I completed 20 posts, including little competitions with prizes -
 During the last one we were in the process of moving house - but I managed 10 posts...

I am hoping to match this but we will have to see... 

I hope to be adding trivia questions with the chance to win a prize or two - so please keep calling and commenting - but I am not sure of the mail at the moment! 
Post in Australia has been improving and lockdown is easing so let's keep our fingers crossed...

Today I have a second ATC for you...

I started by making the background using alcohol inks and a gelli plate - I hoped the circles (made by removing the ink with a bottle top) would look like coffee rings...


I trimmed the background and added it to a rectangle of kraft card.


I then took my image from Oddball Art Co, coloured it with markers and cut it out. The sentiment was a freebie - I cut this into pieces and used markers to add a touch of colour.





I will link this to Coffee Lovers Fall/Winter Hop



And here is my second trivia question:


My trivia question for Coffee Lovers Hop Post #4 is:


How many litres of water go into each cup of coffee?


Please email your answer to susanrenshaw0404@gmail.com
Names of everyone emailing me a correct answer during the hop
will go in the hat for the opportunity to win a prize...
 Winner to be announced shortly after the hop...


Happy Crafting!





5 comments:

  1. Hello Susan, love your coffee cards. It’s my first time joining in this blog hop. Can’t quite believe how popular it is. Will we see a coffee mug on WOYWW tomoz? ๐Ÿฅณ Hugs, Sue H.

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  2. Love how you created those Fab backgrounds.

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  3. I had to go make another cup ... it's definitely the cure all for a good mood for me. lol And looking at your pretty ATC's.

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