I entered this invitation in a design challenge for Hope Stamps Eternal. Great blog! You should check them out. They have tons of cute stuff. This card was easy to make. I layered the patterned paper over the card base and stamped 3 cupcakes on the white panel. I stamped one additional cupcake, cut it out and adhered it in the middle using pop dots to give the card added dimension. I colored them all with colored pencils and added crystal Stickles for a little sparkle. I stamped “You’re invited”, but you can stamp any sentiment you choose under the cupcakes.
I just had to make another birthday card using The Angel Company stamp set Little Cupcake. I used the stamps “cake” and word “Sweet”. The patterned cardstock featured is from the Tutti Frutti Cardstock Collection. I stamped the cake and colored it in with colored pencils, then trimmed it out. I used the Stardust Gelly Pen to highlight the cake plate and the centers of the flowers. Then I applied Crystal Lacqeur to the flowers to add texture. I adhered the cake to the punched circles using Pop Dots. As you know, I like my cards simple and sweet and I think this one is just that!
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This is another image from The Angel Company stamp set Little Cupcake. As I have said, I LOVE this set! The card base is a piece of 8-1/2″ x 5-1/2″ white cardstock, folded. I adhered 4 pieces of coordinating cardstock from Pop Rocks cardstock collection to the white card base. Each rectangle measures 2″ x 2-5/8″. I stamped “celebrate” (from the same stamp set) in the lower right hand corner and adhered a piece of chocolate colored ribbon across the middle of the card. Next, I stamped the skinny cake on a piece of white cardstock and colored it with colored pencils. I used Crystal Lacquer to highlight the chocolate frosting and Stardust Clear Gelly Pen to highlight the dots and candle. You can’t tell from the picture, but the gelly pen adds a fine layer of glitter. It is my latest “must have”. After the lacquer dried I mounted the white cardstock to a piece of brown cardstock and adhered it to the card base using Pop Dots.
This original card design was from a birthday card from a dear friend of mine, Lesley Retherford. She is an amazing rubber stamp artist and is always an inspiration to me… “Thank you, Lesley!”
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