Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Cupcake Valentine Card

Happy Wednesday! Gosh, this week is going by fast, isn't it? I hope everyone had a fun Valentine's Day...I sure did! My husband and I saw a movie and he gave me a yummy milk chocolate Toblerone's one of my favorites! It's always hard for him to decide what to get me because I never want him to waste money on buying me a card (no way) unless he makes me one. So, chocolates and sweets are the next best thing and I'm a total happy camper!

I pulled this picture out of my archives...I though it was fitting for today's post! I so love this cute heart cupcake stamp from Karen Lockhart. I wanted this card to look like it was the front window of a boutique-y cupcakery so I used a scallop border punch on the top part to make it look like an awning. Look at strip of bling I used on the bottom! I don't think I've ever used that much sparkle on a card...I LOVE IT! I also love that the card is pink and brown, my two favorite color combos.

It's supposed to rain the rest of the week in my area, which I don't mind so much. More time to craft I always say!

Have a great rest of the week and thanks for stopping in!

Stamps: Cupcake (Karen Lockhart), Sentiment (Savvy)
Ink: Memento (Tsukineko), Fluid Chalk (Clearsnap)
Cardstock: Pink Shimmer (A Muse), Dotted Swiss (Bazzill), Cream 
Accessories: Polka Dot Sheer, Twinkle Stickers (A Muse), Scallop border punches (SU!), Scallop Heart Punches (Marvy), Copic markers


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