Tuesday, February 23, 2010

"Make a Wish" card

Here is a card that I made for my Mother-in-Law for her Birthday. I started with green Bazzill cardstock that I made into a card. I trimmed a piece of patterned paper from the Sweet Matstack by DCWV & used a Fiskars corner punch around the edges. I also trimmed a piece of blue cardstock & used the same corner punch around the edges. I layered them on the front of the card. I then stamped "make a WISH" with green ink by Hampton Art & immediately sprinkled it with green embossing powder also by Hampton Art & heated it with a heat gun. The cupcake is from a pack of Design Adhesives by Clearsnap & is a double sided patterned adhesive. I pressed it onto the cardstock, lifted up the clear top sheet & then sprinkled it with green glitter. I then glued clear bugle beads to the icing for the sprinkles. 


  1. I love your card!and I love the clear bugle beads you used for the icing, so clever. Very pretty card. Thanks for visiting my blog! I love yours too.

  2. Hi Erica, your card is so pretty. Listen to this, I am working on a cookbook and I made this embellishment and did what you just did with the cupcake just I used micro beads from MS. It looks as gorgeous as yours, lol.
    I read about the award and I thank you so very much but I couldn't find it. You already know I got another sunshine award but I would love to be able to get yours too and promo you at the same time.

    PS: I love the bags you have below this post. ABSOLUTELY adorable.!!!


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