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Celebrate with the Cupcake Builder Punch

Stampin Up Cupcake Punch Birthday Card By Mary Fish StampinUp

This birthday card gets it’s crisp, graphic charm from the Stampin’ Up! Cupcake Builder Punch.  Get it now & save!  The Cupcake Builder Punch is on the Stampin’ Up! Retiring Products List and 30% off while supplies last.  Learn more about which Stampin’ Up! products are retiring and on sale (up to 50% off) HERE.

Pals Paper Arts Sketch Challenge PPA298

My layout was inspired by this week’s Pals Paper Arts Sketch Challenge submitted by Ginger Toivonen.  Check out what the rest of the PPA Design Team has created and play along here.

STAMPIN’ PRETTY TIPS:

  • Measuring up!  Each panel measures 2 1/4″ x 3 1/4″.

Stampin Up Cupcake Punch Birthday Card Idea By Mary Fish StampinUp

  • Tin of Cards photopolymer (clear) stamp set is a versatile collection of sentiments (and cute doodles) for every day occasions.  I ADORE that the stamps are clear (see-through) and so easy to place.
stampin up tin of cards stamp set
Tin of Cards Photopolymer Stamp Set #138946
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  • What?  My Candy Dots?  All four color collections of Stampin’ Up! Candy Dots (Neutrals, Brights, Regals, Subtles) are retiring and only available to purchase while supplies last.  I love how the Basic Black Candy Dot (Neutrals) adds definition to the sentiment!  See all retiring products and what’s on sale here.

Stampin Up Cupcake Punch Birthday Card & Envelope By Mary Fish StampinUp

  • Going, going, almost gone!  The Stampin’ Up! Envelope Liners Framelits Dies are retiring, too, along with the sweet pattern on my envelope liner from the Sweet Li’l Things Designer Series Paper collection.

Stampin Up Sweet Li'l Things Designer Series Paper

  • Sold out!  The little “squiggle” below “happy birthday” is from the Cups & Kettle Framelits Dies.  These dies were on the Retiring Products List but, unfortunately, have sold out.

Stampin Up Cupcake Punch Birthday Card By Mary Fish StampinUp Supply List

  • Hover and Pin it!  The photo above shows key products for today’s Cupcake Builder Punch birthday card that you can save or pin to Pinterest.  If you are viewing this post by email, you’ll need to click the title to access the post, hover and pin photos. See ALL my labeled product photos in one spot on my How to Make Simple Cards board on Pinterest.

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19 thoughts on “Celebrate with the Cupcake Builder Punch”

  1. I had to cut back on cupcakes after I retired. At least can look at the pretty one in you card! Color combinations and object design/placement are work wel together. Great card!

  2. Do you think the candy dots will be replaced by something like enamel dots? I use candy fits in every card and used to use brads…the party enamel dots rock.

  3. I love the template….so many images can be used for this one. I’m a punch hound, I can’t wait to make some cards with the owl and bird punches!

  4. Who doesn’t love a cupcake? This one is so cute, love how you left space between the parts, neat touch. This is also a card to send to just about anyone, which is always a plus!

  5. Mary, this is a wonderful card for any age birthday, it’s fun yet elegant and beautiful. Love the sweet statement the cupcake makes with the black background!! Fabulous colors too.
    Thank you for sharing.

  6. I have been receiving your newsletters for awhile and I must tell you that I just love your card deigns – simple, yet elegant. The matching envelope really sets the pair as something anyone could copy without a lot of supplies.

    From a fellow demonstrator

  7. Terrific color palette Mary! The cupcake just jumps out of the black background.

  8. Dear Mary, What a cute simple card. I love the colors and the layout. You did a great job as always. I love the cup cake builder punch. Thank you for sharing. Have a great day, Ellen Hinds

  9. SIMPLY FABULOUS MS MARY!!!!! And I’m totally LOVING the color combination. Thanks for sharing.

  10. Another clean and simple card from my wonderful leader! FUN…FUN!!!! What a great card to make many of to have in hand! Have a great day!

  11. Please also tell the size of your base card. It would be a big help for a newbie!
    Thanks, Kate

    • Feel free to ask any time, Kate. I’m happy to answer questions. Typically, if I don’t list the card base size, it’s a standard 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″ card (also called A2). My cupcake birthday card above is 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″.

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