Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Never can have enough Birthday Cards

So I just keep making them and making them.  Now I just have to remember friends and family birthdays in time to mail them out.  Boy oh Boy am I bad at this.  That is my New Year's resolution.  Any whooooo here is another and I had fun with this cup cake.  The stamp is from a set by Hero Arts called CUPCAKES.. DUH!

All the paper are scraps I took from my scrap bin.  The top two are from left over Valentines paper. (part of a challenge requirement, but worked perfect)  I just got the new QuicKutz - Nesting Label.  It's also called Cookie Cutter.  I am not real experienced at QuicKutz but I think I am getting the hang of it.  They really aren't that much different than Nesties.. I use them all in my Cuttlebug.  I love my Cuttlebug.  On the cupcake I used Liquid Applique in yellow then glued glitter sparkles on top.  Part of the stamp pack had the little cherry so I stamped that and glittered it then popped it out on top.

Hope you like it as much as I had fun making it.



Cara said...

Hi, Mary! That's one YUMMY cupcake card. Thanks for sharing with DCRU this week!

Sheri (a.k.a PaperCrafty) said...

Yummy card, Mary!! I love the cupcake!! You did a fabulous job with this weeks challenge!! Thank you so much for sharing this with us this week at DCRU!!

LORi said...

Now this is one delish card! Love your sweet lil' Cupcake!! It looks as if it were able to be picked up and eaten!!! Yumm-o!!

Thanks so much for sharing with Die Cuts R Us this week!!

Hugs - LORi

Gwen said...

Mary your cupcake looks almost edible...YUMMY! Great way to use leftovers from V-Day.


62 Cards - Sammye Jo said...

Great job Mary! Love the cupcakes!!! Thanks for playing with us at DCRU this week!!

Sammye Jo

Amber said...

Wow, fabulous way to use different patterned papers!!! LOVE your card, so creative. The cupcake image is adorable. You really can never ever have too many Bday cards!

Trish Hughes said...

Love, love the cupcake!!! Super fun!!! Thanks so much for playing along with HFOS.