Monday, 28 July 2014

Happy Cakeday!

What a pretty inspiration picture The Fusion Card Challenge have this time. Those Peonies are displayed gloriously in the jug and look at the detail on the cupcakes!
Then over at Sunday Stamps it's Pink (and look at those cute little biscuits!)
I already had my pieces water-coloured and almost ready to go, so this was a quick and easy card. I took out a shape from the Chalk Talk Framelit Dies, and the tag was already punched, which was lucky because that shape is retired now! The gorgeous stamps have retired too, but I love the pretty images too much to sell it off - and this sort of cake isn't fattening!!!!
I did use one current (and new) stamp set, Age Awareness, which has some great greetings. I especially like "Thanks, Facebook" because FB does alert me to many a birthday.
The paper is from the Subtles DSP Stack and just to add a little more interest, the corners were rounded with the Envelope Punch Board, and a little paper piercing was placed around the edges.

Hope you're having a lovely day,



  1. This is so pretty, love the all pink look from polka dots to chevron, beautiful mix :) thank you for sharing with Fusion!

  2. so sweet and so glad you joined us at Fusion!

  3. Cute cupcakes, wow how sweet!!!!! Thanks for joining us at FUSION, I sure hope you join again this Thursday!!!!

  4. I love how you've combined both challenges! Those cupcakes look so yummy and I love all those pretty polka dots! Thanks so much for sharing with us at Sunday Stamps!

  5. Those cupcakes look so delicious! Great way to combine both challenges! Really like the paper piercing on the background paper! Thanks so much for joining us at Sunday Stamps, hope you will join us again.

  6. Love your cupcake tower done in the Sunday Stamps challenge pinks! It is such a sweet image. Great combination of challenges too. Thanks for playing along with us at Sunday Stamps this fortnight!
    :) Marie

  7. This is so cute.. I love those little cupcakes. Thanks for joining us at Sunday Stamps.


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