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Hello Cupcake

January 31, 2019

Isn’t that a cute saying!.. and now it’s the name of a stamp set that you can earn for Free during Sale-a-bration with a qualifying order.  The stamp set is photopolymer which makes it really easy to layer the different stamps together.  I began by stamping a simple or beginner card onto a Whisper White Note card.  I stamped the cupcake base using Petal Pink ink and the icing using Berry Burst ink.  I also stamped the greeting which is from the Hello Cupcake stamp set using Berry Burst ink.  The envelope is decorated to match.  I normally don’t decorate my envelopes but in this case, I think it is the type of card that would be hand delivered.

The second card I stamped is for the more casual stamper – someone who stamps and gives out their own greeting cards.  This time I embossed the top two-thirds of Whisper White card using the Sparkle Embossing Folder.  I wrapped the end of the embossing with the Berry Burst 3/8″ Metallic Edge Ribbon and tied a knot.  I stamped the greeting from the Hello Cupcake stamp set onto the bottom right hand corner of the card using Berry Burst ink.  The embossed panel is attached to scored and folded Berry Burst card.  I stamped the cupcake using Petal Pink and Berry Burst ink and cut it out using one of the circles from the Layering Circles Framelits Dies.  The image is attached to a Berry Burst scalloped circle cut using the same dies.  The image is attached to the card front using dimensionals.  I decorated the inside of the card by stamped another of the greetings from the Hello Cupcake stamp set using Petal Parade ink.  I stamped two small flowers from the Hello Cupcake stamp set using Berry Burst ink.

The last card is for the avid stamper or in other words someone, like me, who has to have it all.  This is the type of stamper who should take advantage of the great offers for signing up to be a new demonstrator during Sale-a-bration (contact me to get more details).  So for this card, I cut a narrow Whisper White panel (7cm or 2-3/4″) wide and embossed the top two-thirds using the Sparkle Embossing Folder.  I wrapped the bottom of the embossing with Berry Burst 3/8″ Metallic Edge Ribbon and tied a knot.  I stamped the greeting from the Hello Cupcake stamp set using Berry Burst ink.  I punched strips of Berry Burst card using the Decorative Ribbon Border Punch and attached the pieces to the sides of the embossed card before attaching to another Whisper White panel.  The whole piece is attached to scored and folded Berry Burst card.  I stamped the cupcake from the Hello Cupcake stamp set using Petal Parade and Berry Burst ink and cut out the image using one of the circles from the Stitched Shapes Framelits Dies.  I attached the image to a Berry Burst scalloped circle cut using the Layering Circles Framelits Dies.  The image panel is attached to the card front using dimensionals.  To decorate the inside of the card,  I stamped the greeting from the Hello Cupcake stamp set onto Whisper White card using Petal Parade ink.  I stamped two small flowers from the same stamp set using Berry Burst ink.  I punched a strip of Berry Burst card using the Decorative Ribbon Border Punch and attached it behind one long edge of Whisper White card embossed using the Sparkle embossing folder.  The panel is attached to the bottom of the stamped Whisper White card.

So there you have it, another example of how you can create simple or beginner, casual and avid type cards using the same stamp set and basic colours.  The difference being the amount of added supplies in the case of casual and avid cards.

I would love to hear what you think of these cards.

Bye for now,

Kris

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