Sunday, July 15, 2012

Hello, Cupcake!

CIC169 Cupcake wm

Hi everyone,

MFT Stamps  is sponsoring Cupcake Inspirations for a challenge this week. For our inspiration we were given this yummy picture of cupcakes.


Don’t all those cupcakes look yummy, so yummy you might even want to take some … which is what my little PI girl on my card is doing hehe. I took my inspiration from the colors in the picture, the cupcakes and the roses.

For my card I used MFT Stamps Pure Innocence Hello Cupcake stamp set, she is stamped and layered using the Die-namics Rounded Banner Stax. I paper pieced her dress and the cupcake paper. I have also used the Die-namics Fishtail Flags STAX for the panel under the main image as well as for the sentiment in the top right hand corner of my card.

For the roses I used the Die-namics MINI Rolled Roses and added some greenery using Die-namics Leafy Flourish.

CIC169 Cupcake2 wm

Here is the inside of my card, this paper reminded me of the roses on the inspiration photo and of course I added the sentiment from the Pure Innocence Hello Cupcake stamp set. For the sentiment I used the Die-namics Oval STAX Set 2 and the Designer Labels 3 Stax.

Stamps: Pure Innocence Hello Cupcake – MFT Stamps
Paper: White; Brown; Pink; The Lake House DP – Kaisercraft
Die-namics: Fish Tail Flags; Rounded Banner Stax; Oval Stax 2; Designer Labels Stax 3; Leafy Flourish; Mini Royal Roses – MFT Stamps
Other: Black Ink; Button; Twine; Foam Tape; Copics



Kristy Hansen said...

This is a beautiful card. Love the papers you used. ksh

Rene said...

Absolutely ADORABLE!
Rene ;D

Chris said...

Hey Frances,
I'm so thrilled to have MFT sponsoring CIC this week and equally thrilled to see your beautiful card. It's gorgeous, as all your work is.
Thanks for joining the Sweeties at CIC.

Tina said...

beautiful card, love all the details and colors...thanks for sharing with us at cupcake inspirations

Heidi Brawley said...

Your card is very Yummy!!! I love it all!
Hugs, Heidi

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Lisa H. said...

shes's soooo cute, Frances. love how pretty this turned out.