Saturday, November 13, 2010

Operation Write Home bloghop!

Welcome everyone to Operation Write Home's Veteran's Day Valentine Bloghop!
Why would it be a Valentine's Day blop hop with Christmas right around the corner? Because the deadline to send in Christmas cards to Operation Write Home has already passed - but you still have time to send in Valentine's Day cards (until January 7th).

Another way to help out Operation Write Home and our troops is to vote for OWH - they could win some BIG money to help send packages to our military men and women. You can vote once every 24 hours - so lets show some support! http://www.joann.com/CraftForaCause

I decided to do a non-traditional Valentine's Day card.
I have really loved using coffee and tea stamps. So cute!

Now hop on over to Genevieve at http://plaidpolkadots.blogspot.com for the next card - ADORABLE!

Have a very blessed day!

60 comments:

  1. I love coffee stamps too!! Love your card!

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  2. Cute card. Dixie will like this, no hearts.

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  3. Love your card; I'm a coffee and tea drinker so it pulled my heart strings. Thanks for your hard work with OWH.

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  4. Mmmmmm, makes me want to go refill my coffee cup! I love it!

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  5. I love the card - It would be a hit with my friends & family too! We're all coffee drinkers so I could see myself tucking a coffee house gift card in there and making people pretty happy :D Wonderful!! TFS :)

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  6. What a darling nontraditional valentine! Well done Meg! :) :) :)

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  7. I really love this card! Time for a Bloghop Coffee break! :)

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  8. I love it! I am a fan of the nontraditional valentines, too!

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  9. Thanks for sharing your coffee card. It's nice to see something different!

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  10. What a great card! I'm sure it will make a soldier smile! :) Thanks for sharing!!

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  11. Clever idea for a Valentine card. Sure to bring a smile.

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  12. Totally cute for Valentine's or anytime at all!

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  13. Great card & it can be used for any time not just valentines!

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  14. Nice card that could be used anytime.

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  15. Wishing I had a latte right now but it is snowing like crazy so I don't feel much like going anywhere! Love your card! Hugs, Karen

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  16. I laughed out loud (for real) and clapped my hands for your card. My husband looked at me funny. What a perfect sentiment.

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  17. Very fun card and totally not your traditional Valentine! Love it though and the sentiment is awesome!

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  18. Cute! You can never go wrong with a coffee card!

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  19. Great card! My list of blogs that I follow has relly grown during this hop!

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  20. I have to confess that I'm not a coffee drinker, but I think the sentiment you used is super cute! I like the non-traditional "love" theme.

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  21. I love your coffee card!! We sure do love our coffee here in Seattle, the Land of Lattes :)
    Beautiful job on your valentine creation, love this!

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  22. Great cards!! Love your blog too....

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  23. YUUU-UUU-MY! Love the "blend" TFS

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  24. Love seeing something other than hearts--fabulous!

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  25. Love this card, I would give that to my hubby.
    Thanks for sharing.

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  26. This is MY kind of Valentine card! Love it! TFS

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  27. Doing hearts is easy...love the non-traditional card! Thanks for the inspiration to try something I wouldn't have thought of. I have a lot of coffee themed stamps and this sentiment is perfect. I may finally, actually USE some of those stamps. LOL

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  28. I love your card! Much more my style than frilly hearts!

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  29. Love the card! Who doesn't love coffee? TFS! ~Robin

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  30. So cool, I love the non-traditional card.

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  31. I really love collecting coffee and tea stamps! LOL!! I rarely use them. I'll get them out now! Thanks for the inspiration! Thanks for hopping with us too!

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  32. This is brilliant! I never would've thought of using this sort of theme for valentines but wow!

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  33. Hi Meg! I love your non traditional Valentine, it's really cute!

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  34. i love this card!! love coffee too!! ;)

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  35. Great idea! Heroes love their cuppa joe.

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  36. This is such a cute card. Love it and the GI's all love their java!

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  37. adorable card....love the coffee for Valentine's day and the colors!!! ;)

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  38. Oh I love that - cuz it's not the traditional Red and White - so cute - TFS
    DianeL
    loyaz1 at wbhsi dot net
    http://loyaz1.blogspot.com/

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  39. Heart it! I love the color combinations you used. Everything works very well together!

    Blessings!
    ~§hawnie® Bartron
    http://cardsbyshawnie.blogspot.com/

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  40. I absolutely love this nontraditional card. It will be just the right touch for one of our heroes. Thank you for the inspiration!

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  41. Great card.

    Please come and visit my blog too!
    Jessica Lynn
    http://jessicalynnoriginal.blogspot.com/

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  42. Love your non-traditional card! Eventually, someone else from Texas!

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  43. Meg, your card is great! I have a steaming mug die cut that I never can figure out how to use. I may just have to make a card with the greeting that you chose for your card! Love it! Thanks for the inspiration...and for sending so many lovely people over to my blog (I am the poster right after you ;) )

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  44. Love your 'java-tine', Meg--a refreshing change of pace!

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  45. Great card - I have coffee and tea stamps and haven't used them yet - I've got to go find them!

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  46. I love coffee and I love those colors and I love this card! Way to go! Thanks for sharing. . . happy blog hopping to you!

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