Saturday, August 2, 2008

Time for cupcakes!!!

I wish I had a real one here right about now. Still totally consumed with my bathroom remodel. The granite guy is supposed to come any minute now!

I just love Taylor's cupcake challenges and wish I could get to them more often. Sadly, I don't own ANY cupcake stamp sets! GASP! I know, all my images are from my wonderful PIF friends or thru WishRAK. I am gonna have to fix that pretty soon...
Anyway, this card uses a House Mouse image -don't know the name as I got it thru WishRAK. It is colored with prismacolorpencils and gamsol. Then, I lightly applied glitter on the icing and candles. Icing and sentiment have Pink Smoothie and the candles have Volare on them. Did I mention I am in love with Art Glitter???
The DP is from an old paper pack from the Dollar Tree and the sentiment is from PTI's Birthday Basics set. The tiny buttons came from a pack at Michael's. Sometimes I buy something small and cheap with my coupon. Never can have enough embellishments hanging around just waiting for the right card!

Card deets:
Stamps – House Mouse, Birthday Basics
Paper - Regal Rose, Barely Banana, DP
Accessories - Volare and Pink Smoothie glitter, scallop and circle punches, large oval punch, tiny buttons, ribbon



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7 comments:

  1. Your card is fantastic!!
    Love the colors you chose and the stamp is very cute!!
    Great job!!

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  2. Love the house mouse stanp, the colors are gorgeous!! Where do you get Art glitter? pamsosnowski@yahoo.com
    Thank you!!

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  3. Adorable! Love House Mouse...thanks for the Glitter link!

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  4. I just love to click on the pic of your card and make it HUGE on my screen and then i can really see every detail.....and this one has many wonderful little details!! I totally missed those 3 tiny buttons up the corner until I blew it up!!

    shirley

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  5. Michelle, your card is way too cute, and I want this image now =) time to go shopping, AGAIN!

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  6. What cuties and you did them justice with such great colors and design.

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