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You Know You Want It. Heck, You Need It…

July 26th, 2011 by Avital

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What ever it is: coffee, tea, hot chocolate,
so long as it’s warm and sweet and smooth and comforting.
With a side of cookies.
In a cute china.
[and only 100 calories worth]

You want it!
You need it!
Admit it!

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I chose a deep red cardstock for the background to convey comfort and warmth. Just the type of feeling I had when I enjoyed the hot drink and the sweet cookies a while back.

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5 Comments to “You Know You Want It. Heck, You Need It…”

  1. Nancy says:

    Oh yes!! I really love this one Avital! I’ve often thought of doing a whole mini album on the subject! lol I really like the red and white contrast on this one! Thanks very much! 🙂

  2. love it and I agree with the message 100%!!
    TFS Avital ~

  3. Marko says:

    Just saw your article in Somerset Studio about manikg decorative tape. Beautiful & interesting! I’m curious where you bought the artist tape , & if that is what it is always called. Could it also be called white masking tape? Your pieces are ever-so-colorful!!

    • Avital says:

      I’m not sure what article you are referring to but I made decorative tape out of plain masking tape, the one you may find in office supply or hardware stores. You can also make washi tape with double sided tape and tissue paper… (adhere the tissue paper strips to one side of the tape, then color and decorate and leave the other side stuck to the release paper, to remove when you want to use the tape you’ve made. Leave it plain to create a one-colored tape)