Anyway, I've been told (mostly by my daughter) that I'm obsessed with cupcakes. So I made this card...
This is really a 4x4 card with a 3" circle punched and stuck on the top. Makes it interesting...Plus, it will still fit in a "standard" envelope.
I made the top of the cupcake with Close To My Heart's Scallop Punch, then I trimmed the bottom off. The cupcake liner is made with a crimper. Very easy!
The most interesting part of the card is the glass beads that I stuck on top of the "frosting." First I put Liquid Glass all over the "frosting," as an adhesive and smeared it around with my finger. Then I sprinkled the small size glass beads on top of that. It's a little slow drying, but I love the look!
|I used Martha Stewart Glass Beads.|
TIP: To stick the button on top - I made a little adhesive 'sandwich.' I wanted to pop the button up, so it wouldn't be below the frosting, but I knew the foam mounting tape wouldn't properly hold the button. So I made a Glue Dot - Foam Mounting Tape - Glue Dot 'sandwich' below the button. Worked perfectly!
And Kitty says:"Don't bother me, Can't you see I'm trying to get some rest!?"
Why do they always have to sleep on your stuff? -- like computer bags, gym bags, pillows...
Sweetheart Paper Pack (X7134B, $12.95)
Piece of Cake (D1407, $22.95) - the sentiment
Blooming Layers (C1449, $18.95) - the little tan circles on the circle
Black Card Stock (included in Sweetheart Paper Pack)
Cotton Candy Card Stock (included in Sweetheart Paper Pack)
Buttercup Card Stock (1271, $9.50 for 24 sheets)
Black Stamp Pad (Z2105, $5.25)
Sponge Dauber (Z726, $3.95)
Liquid Glass (Z679, $6.95)
Glass Beads (Martha Stewart Brand)
2" Scallop Punch (Z1392, $14.95)
Desert Sand Stamp Pad (Z2118, $5.25)
White Daisy Ricrac
Basic Assortment Buttons (Z1358, $5.95)
Blush Waxy Flax (retired)
Foam Mounting Tape