Bonjour, Cupcake

Stampin up crazy cupcake sparkle

It's the countdown to the end of Stampin' Up!'s Birthday Sale and Aqua Painter Promotion.  I topped things off with an exclusive Stampin' Pretty offer–a free Stampin' Up! Idea Book and Catalog ($9.95 Value and includes catalog delivery) with every product order of $99 or more.  To take advantage of these three specials, place your on-line order here, no later than midnight (CST), October 31.

Stampin' Up!'s Crazy for Cupcakes is part of the Birthday Sale and gets a Parisian flair in pink and black.  The Bella Toila stamp jazzes up the Pretty in Pink Background.  Fiskars makes a Scallop Edge Punch (Threading Water) with a sweet little hole in every scallop.  TIP:  I lined the back of the open holes with a strip of Pretty in Pink for some ooh la la!  A sparkle gel pen adds a delightful shimmer to the cupcakes and other details.

More cupcake ideas to come tomorrow.  And stay tuned . . . I'm nearing the 200,000th visit to my blog and am ready to break out the blog candy to celebrate! 

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Stamp Set:  Crazy for Cupcakes, Bella Toile Background, Cute and Curly (Curly Label Punch Bundle), Warm Words
Paper:  Pretty in Pink, Basic Black, Whisper White
Ink:  Black Stazon, Basic Black & Ruby Red Markers
Cool Tools: Curly Label Punch, Ticket Corner Punch, Corner Rounder Punch,  Fiskars Scallop Edge Punch, Big Shot
The Perfect Touch:  Stampin' Up!'s Black Gingham Ribbon, Soft Subtles Brads (Pretty in Pink), Stampin' Dimensionals, Cuttlebug Swiss Dots Embossing Folder, Sparkle Gel Pen

Crazy for cupcakes

13 Comments:

  1. Really pretty card Mary!! That invites me to eat a cupcake right now, LOL, so now I wonder if instead of a chocolate cake should I make Birthday cupcakes???
    I enjoy visiting your blog so much.

    God bless
    Giovana

  2. I’m SO excited to see more cupcake creations tomorrow!!

    I’ll be checking back first thing in the a.m.

    Super cute card using Crazy for Cupcakes. Love the background stamp you used.

  3. I DOUBLE DOG ADORE THIS! SOOOOO MUCH!!! Ohmigosh its gorgeous! Thank you for sharing it!

  4. Oh la la is right. That is so cute. I could still get the same effect with the Stampin Up border punch and just punch my own holes couldn’t I? I love the pink and black combo. As soon as my order arrives, I’m doing it. Thanks

    Hi Sandy:

    Yes, you could use the SU Edge Punch and pop holes in . . . I just happen to like instant! Hugs . . . . M

  5. This is so pretty, I love it!!

  6. great job on the cupcakes…they look good enough to eat!!

  7. Colleen Kramer

    Like peeking through a window of a little French pastry shop! Love the black/pink color combo!

  8. This kinda looks like your blog banner. Very pretty! I love the shimmer on the cupcakes. What a cute stamp set.

    Happy Halloween!

  9. Cute card! I love the black and pink.

  10. Very pretty card! I love this set.

  11. Elizabeth Fortuna

    Super cute! love how it looks like a window front of a cupcake store! Yum! thanks for sharing!
    hugs,
    Elizabeth

  12. Bonjour, Mary! 😉 Oh, wow, what a great idea to do a store front like that! Very clever!

    I used a similar idea on a scrapbook page, but my “window” was used as a journaling block (http://cindymajor.typepad.com/encre_papier_ciseaux/2008/09/the-boardwalk.html).

    Have a great weekend!
    Cindy

  13. What a darling card. It reminds me of a little pastry shop in Paris.

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