Saturday, February 4, 2012

Birthday Glittery Cupcake

One of my New Year's Resolutions was to post to my blog more regularly. Another of them was to get a little more organized. So, I'm trying to make a dent in each today by posting a quick card, before finally forcing myself to take the holiday decorations down & get them stored back in the garage (brrr, it's cold out there today!).


I actually was not going to make the rectangle frame around the greeting a different color to begin with, but I had to cover up a goof...so there it is! What I had originally done was stamp the greeting down without using the Stamp-a-majig. Yes, I am THAT lazy. And I had already cut out the entire Pool Party cupcake image, and didn't want to do that again (remember lazy?), so I quickly inked up just the rectangle area of the image in Soft Suede, and stamped it. (I used Soft Suede to make it look like I had intentionally designed that cover-up piece to be different--but you know the truth now!) Then I USED the Stamp-a-majig and stamped the greeting exactly where I wanted. Moral of the Story: using the Stamp-a-majig in the first place would have kept me lazier, although I kind of like the darker frame around the greeting :-)

Stampin' Supplies: Sweet Cake stamp set, Soft Suede card stock, Daffodil Delight card stock, Whisper White card stock, Pool Party ink & ribbon, Poppy Parade ink, VersaMark ink, Two-Way Glue Pen, Dazzling Diamonds Glitter, Simply Scored Scoring Tool, Stampin' Dimensionals.

Check out the Sweet Shop Collection in my Online Store to see more fun candy & cupcake coordinating products!

~Kimberley Morris
Stampin' Up! Independent Demonstrator since 1994
Colorado Springs, CO
procrastistamper@gmail.com
http://kimberley.stampinup.net (SHOP ONLINE)
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1 comment :

Paula S. said...

Great card! I love the stamped, kraft background and how it makes the other colors really pop. I was just surfing the internet for inspiration and came across your blog. I make cards for our troops through Operation Write Home and enjoy checking out card maker blogs from time to time.