Hello crafty friends! There are only 2 days left until you can make the MFT Stamps July Release yours! I have a “sweet” birthday card to share with you today that features the new “All the Cupcakes” Stamp Set.
I first stamped all of my images with black ink onto a sheet of Neenah Solar White 110lb Card Stock and colored them with Copic Markers. I then used the coordinating die-namics to cut them out.
Copic Colors Used:
- Reds: R14, R46, R59
- Pinks: RV00, RV52, RV55, RV66
- Teals: BG10, BG11, BG13, BG49
- White: 0, C00, C0, C2, C4
- Cake: Y21, Y23, E34
- Purple: V000, V01,V15, V17
I used the Stitched Collage Frame Die-namics for my background and blended Picked Raspberry and Spun Sugar Distress Oxide Inks on each diecut rectangle before splattering each piece with both diluted Opaque White Paint and diluted pink watercolor paint for added interest. Lastly, I used purple tape to mask portions of my sentiment in order to stamp it in different sections of my card using my MISTI.
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Adorable! I always love your background designs. I am still working on inking techniques. Thanks for sharing your talent with us!
Thank you, sweet April! <3
I love your card! Your background is gorgeous and the layout is perfect for the different cupcakes! I like how you separated the sentiment! Thank you for the inspiration!
Thank you so much, Becky! I appreciate your sweet comments!
I would never have thought to do a design like this. I really like it and may CASE the idea. Thanks for the inspiration.
Thank you, Johanna! That’s so sweet of you! 🙂
It’s official…Rachel LOVES purple! Another beautiful background for your card. Great use of the collage frame.
Lol! I do! 😄😍 Thank you for your sweet comments, Lynn! 💗
They look absolutely yummy and as much fun to decorate as they would be to eat!
Just stunning, Rachel! 🙂 🙂