Sunday, 8 June 2008

Anyone for a cupcake?



This is a card I made for a challenge on the Hero Arts block last week. The challenge was to use circles on your card.

I used my Nestabilities circles and scalloped circles dies for this. I layered the cupcake circle and scalloped circle onto foam dimensional dots to add a bit of depth to the card. The design paper is a double sided one by All My Memories - Sassy Design. The stamp is a Hero Arts clear stamp - I've coloured the image with Prismacolor pencils using the Gamsol Magic tech. I've added KindyGlitz to the frosting and flower, and a few Kaiser gems. The word is done with Making Memories rub-ons. I probably could've added a smaller circle with '16' on it for a Sweet 16 card, but I don't know anyone turning 16, so I didn't!

I used a Fiskars template with a scalloped edge to do the top and bottom edges of my patterned paper. I have a real love-hate thing with my Fiskars cutter, but I managed to cut my paper without any tearing! Yay! I inked the edges of the 2 rectangle pieces with Versafine Vintage Sepia ink. The white card is a nice textured card from Pedigree Paper (Aussie company), although you probably can't see the texture in the photo unless you click for a larger view.

Enjoy the rest of your weekend!

3 comments:

Carole M. said...

oh it's a lovely card Lyn! I have the orange templates and the cutter too- have never ventured to use it for the scalloped edging like you did! You did so well! Great effects

Sandie said...

This is fantastic Lyn........just thought i'd pop by to say gidday - looks like you've been up to all sorts of things.

Good to talk to you.

Luv Sandie

Anonymous said...

Yes please!!!! Love those colours, cheers from V2