Pals Guest Stamper: Sheila Weber

Happiest Wishes-001

That frosting looks good enough to eat!  Sheila Weber, a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator and member of my Stampin’ Pretty Pals, created this delicious card as my guest stamper today.  The combination of Island Indigo and Daffodil Delight is so bold and the use of the Elegant Lines Embossing Folder as frosting is simply yummy!

Sheila doesn’t have a blog to send you to for more sumptuous samples.  However, she provided the product recipe for you below.  Please leave a comment at the end of this post.  Sheila would love to read your feedback.


Paper:  Summer Smooches Designer Series Paper (125409), Island Indigo (122923) and Whisper White (100730)

Stamps:  Hostess Set (126615) Happiest Birthday Wishes

Ink:  Island Indigo (126986)

Cool Tools:  Elegant Lines Embossing Folder 119277), Cupcake Builder Punch (121807), Labels Framelets (125598), Island Indigo Ruffled Ribbon (122974)0, Stampin? Dimensionals (104430), and Snail Adhesive (104332)

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  1. love, love, the frosting. To me that makes a whole lot of difference on the cupcakes. They look good enough to eat.

  2. Love the card. Color and balance are excellent – way to go!

  3. Cheryl McASkill

    Cute, Cute, Cute! Love the cupcakes. I don’t have the builder…I am not fond of it…BUT I could be swayed NOW! They look real to me and that is what makes this card so yummy!!!

  4. Love it! They do look good enough to eat. I can see a CASE comin’ on. TFS

  5. c’est magnifique ! j’aime beaucoup !

  6. kathy/NorthCarolina

    How clever! The frosting is a wonderful touch on this very cheerful birthday card. I love the layout, and everything is neat and tidy! Greatcard!

  7. Wonderful card and yes love the frosting on the cake, they do look good enough to eat!!

  8. Really clever ideas with the “frosting” and the pleated paper cups. TFS!

  9. Love the colors….the embossing technique is very creative…inspiring!!!!

  10. What a fantastic Birthday Card! Fantastic for all ages too! Love your cupcakes! Makes me want to take a bite!!

  11. Gladys Rienks

    Love the color combo, love the use of the EB on the cupcake frosting. Very cute!

  12. Fun, fun, FUN card, Sheila! Love the colors, design, and, well, just everything about the card!!! from another Pal…..

  13. Sheila, this is an awesome card! Mary is right – that frosting looks absolutely yummy 🙂 Love the sprinkles and the “chipperness” of this card! 🙂

  14. I am BLOWN AWAY with how fabulous the frosting on Sheil’a card looks. SERIOUSLY YUMMY! I also LOVE the color combination that Sheila used on her card. Nicely Done Sheila. PS – Hope to hear that Sheila connects us back to her own blog soon-GREAT CARD!

  15. Sarah Biswabic

    What a great card!! I love the cupcakes and the colors are gorgeous !!

  16. Love this card…so many special touches…even sprinkles!

  17. Such a fun card – great job, Sheila!

  18. This is such a sweet card 😀

  19. What a great card. Yep, the frosting on the cupcakes looks good enough to eat. Thanks for sharing.

  20. I’m definitely going to be CASE this one! I love the design, lay out and color combination. Thank you for sharing.

  21. Great card. Beautiful colors and form. Thanks for sharing! Do it again!

  22. Really cheerful card! Love the colors! and your frosting embossing idea is outstanding!

  23. Barb in Ontario

    Really nice card Sheila!

  24. The embossed frosting put this card over the top . . . absolutely stunning! Great job, Sheila!!!!

  25. This is adorable. Love the colors together also.

  26. Kelly Wentling

    Sheila, this is awesome! I love your color combo and your cupcakes are devine!! You are so clever to emboss the frosting. Wonderful idea. And just when I thought I didn’t need this stamp set and punch, you have made me rethink that decision. Bright and cheery card, love it!

  27. How cute is that! Oh my would have never thought of this. Thank you for sharing.

  28. Your card is fabulous! You took this stamp set and builder punch to the next level with this card. Way to go!

  29. WOWZA! I would have NEVER thought to use that embossing folder, then cut it with the cupcake punch, for that yummy frosting. I can smell “lemon”…in the frosting. 🙂 Awesome card, Sheila! I hope you find a way to give us a blog so we can subscribe to your wonderful talent! Mary, thanks for sharing this today; I love it!

  30. Brilliant use of the embossing folder, it makes all the difference. And I love the color combo — so bright and cheery. Hint-hint: maybe it’s time to get your own blog since you obviously have so much to share!

  31. Sheila, these are the cutest cupcakes EVER! So yummy looking!

  32. Beautiful card! The colors are so festive and cheerful and the EF icing s brilliant. Thanks for sharing.

  33. One of the cutest cards every…love everything about it. I think you should have a blog for us to see the rest of your talent. Thank you for being the guest today and sharing with us. Do you post on SCS? [email protected]
    Teri in SoCA

  34. GREAT card!

  35. Love the colors and the embossing folder for the frosting!

  36. Way to go Shelia. I am a cake decorator as well and these are wonderful. It made the card so unique and creative using the embossed icing. The whole card is visually interesting. I love it. I think I might have to make one myself! Thanks for sharing your talent.

  37. This card is great! Agree with Mary… the frosting actually looks edible. Good inspiration for me today, and I sit down to work on a couple of challenge cards.

  38. Kathlene E Tuengel

    Oh my, I love this card, the color combination and I am really beginning to love the summer smooch DSP. She did an awesome job and so creative. The frosting is superb. Thanks Shelia for being such an inspiration.


  39. This is one of the most beautifully creative cards I’ve seen. I don’t understand how the icing was made. Can anybody help me?

  40. Absolutely beautiful! Mary was right, the frosting looks good enough to eat!

  41. Patricia Gessner

    I am pinning this so I can try to make it. It is a great card and the frosting idea makes a huge difference in the cupcakes.

  42. WOW!! Wonderful Card!! How Clever to make Icing!!! Love, Love, Love it!!!!


  43. Sheila, this is such a great card! Love the colors, but that frosting “takes the cake”! So ingenious! Thank you for sharing with us all.

  44. Chris R. from Iowa

    Simply luscious! So many fun elements besides that yummy frosting! I love the color combo as well. Just plain fun! If Sheila doesn’t have a blog soon, Mary, could you feature more wonderful cards for her? I know, I would love to see more! Thanks for showcasing such a wonderful birthday card!

  45. Michelle McMahon (mcstamperNE)

    The embossed frosting is pure genius! Love this card!

  46. Love your frosting idea! It looks more real than lots of other things I’ve seen. I just may be giving this a try!

  47. Sheila,

    Great use of materials and your varied textures are brilliant! Pure inspiration is this card! Thank you for sharing.

  48. WOW! WOW! WOW! and WOW! Again!! That card is gorgeous! I can’t believe something so beautiful was so simple! This is defintely going on the “to do” list!!

  49. Everything about this card is great! The frosting technique is outstanding.
    Diane Gil

  50. OMG! What a great idea for the cupcake frosting! I love that color combo too! Fabulous card!

  51. Wonderful card Sheila, I love the cupcakes – adding the texture is a great idea. The card colors are wonderful and make me smile!

  52. Debbie Flattum

    This is an awesome use of the embossing folder. Thanks for sharing. I even pinned it!! Will definitely be casing this one.

  53. Adorable card! A feast for the eyes – and calorie free to boot!

  54. Love this card, Sheila!!

  55. Sheila, your card takes my breath away for so many reasons! You need to work on creating a blog. I will look forward to seeing more of your work.

  56. This is the most creative cupcake card I’ve ever seen. Great Job…keep that creativity flowing.

  57. I echo all the above

  58. Marcia in Virginia

    Great job, Sheila! Your cupcakes look so real – I want to reach out and pick one up for a nice gooey bite. 🙂

  59. CLEVER & CUTE! No need to say more than that! 🙂 Kudo’s to Sheila!

  60. Wow – I love this card. The icing ‘pops’ off the page. This is such a cool card. Thanks for sharing it with us.

  61. Heidi Kimmerly

    WOWZER! Beautiful! Looks good enough to eat! Love it!

  62. Sharon Linenkugel

    Sheila..Your card says HAPPY all the way 🙂 I have a question noone has thus far asked. The cupcake paper holder..did you use the crimper? Your card is creative over the top!!!!

  63. What a great idea for the frosting. TFS

  64. I agree, very bold, but not too bold. Love the icing! I agree, I’m wondering about the pleated paper on the cupcake, crimper? Crimp first then cut out with cupcake punch?

  65. Great card! Love the texture on the cupcakes!

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  67. Very nice card Sheila, love the frosting on your cupcakes, I wish you had a blog so we could see more of your work. Thank you Mary for sharing Sheila’s card with us.
    Terri D.

  68. This is so adorable! Sheila, get your blog going girl!
    Great job! Love everything about it!

  69. This card is absolutely gorgeous!!! Congrats!!!

  70. Awesome card, I too now have to have the cupcake punch. Thank you for sharing. Great idea, The frosting is just awesome.

    Let us know when you get your own blog.

  71. Yes, I used the crimper first and embossed first and then used the cupcake builder punch to punch the cupcake paper and icing. Thank you!

  72. Thank you for all of your wonderful comments. The blog will be coming soon.
    And to answer a few questions. I used the crimper first and then punched out the cupcake papers. And the same with the icing, I embossed first and then punched out the tops of the cupcakes.
    Your comments are so encouraging and they mean so much to me. Sheila

  73. FABULOUS card, Sheila!!! My jaw dropped at the cute icing!!! Gonna have to CASE it!!!

  74. What a cute idea for the icing!!! Love your color combo as well. Thanks so much for sharing!! Mary, thanks for sharing her talent as well :o)

  75. Absolutely stunning card. We need a blog from you!!

  76. Wowzer! Love the colors, design, and special effects! She really ought to have her own blog, eh?

  77. Way to go, Sheila!!! Now I “need” that punch that I was so “meh” about 😉 You need a blog, girl!!!!

  78. Charlotte Walker

    Now that is my kind of card design. Love it!

  79. Love these colors and the great design, so fabulous! Tell her I said to get a blog! lol.

  80. Very pretty! Love the color combo and that frosting using the EF.. how clever! hugs

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