Friday, August 22, 2008

Sprinkled with Fun!

Amy posted this fabulous sketch on her blog earlier today and I couldn't wait to try it out. My circles are cut out and embossed using Nestabilities. The cupcake is stamped a few times. I stamped it twice on white and once on the pattern paper. The paper wrapper is paper pieced on. That paper really worked well for that. The frosting was colored with Koh-i-noor pencils, cut out and raised with a dimensional. I stamped the little flower on white and pink cardstock. Cut them both out and glued the on top of the cupcake. The faux stitching is done with my mat pack, paper piercer and a white gel pen. Amy this was such a fun sketch to play with. Thanks for the inspiration!!!

Stamps: Cupcakes (Hero Arts)
Paper: Certainly Celery, Close to Cocoa, Pastel DCWV, Tres Jolie
Ink: Palette Noir, Palette Burnt Umber
Other: mat pack, paper piercer, white gel pen, ribbon from Michael's, Lg. Standard Circle & Lg. Classic Scallop Circle Nestabilities, dimensional, Koh-i-noor pencils, OMS

11 comments:

Tammi said...

That looks good enough to eat! Yum! Great sketch, I might have to try that one sometime.

Jessica said...

Awesome use of the sketch! And I love the paper piecing and the popped up frosting!

Denise ~ Paper Ponderings said...

This is great! Love the color combination!

Rachel Hope said...

Oooooo, Love it!!! The colors are Rockin!

Barb said...

Cute, cute, cute! Love everything about it! By the way, I just nominated you for a blogging award! Please go to my blog for the details!! :)

Danni said...

Ohhh, that is a great sketch! This card looks so, so....hmm...crisp! I really like it. And that cupcake is to die for!

Sandra said...

Hi,beautiful card,love the colours you have worked with...
Sandra x

Cindy Karasz said...

Kim this is so adorable! Awesome sketch!

AmyR said...

LOVE it! Great job with the paper piecing! Thanks for playing along!

Linda said...

Looks great Kim. Love the image.

Maureen said...

LOVE this card! The cupcake looks so yummy with all that paper piecing and love the faux stitching!