Saturday, 21 April 2012

Anyone for a cupcake!!

Since there is only TEN days left of our Spring mini here at Stampin up, I thought I would share a few creations we made at our allday event back in March using the Create a cupcake stamp set and matching Punch! The creations I am sharing today are a small card with a matching gift box, The layout for the card I cased from a swap I received from a fellow demo called Sarah Poulton, she made a gorgeous baby card using the Avairy set and I loved it!! The gift box was made using the Petal cone die! The papers are retired Sale a bration ones, Oh how I love those papers!! The colours I used were Poppy Parade (gosh gonna miss this one when it goes)lucky limeade, Natural Ivory. Now I must say that the Natural Ivory cardstock is superb, especially for Stamping and watercolouring, and such value for money, it's beautifully thick scores and creases beautifully, is great for vintage cards, and at £6.25 a pack of 40 A4 sheets worksout out at less than 16p a sheet, it's superb quality it really is!! I used the fabulous matching ruffled ribbon, Top note die,Decrorative label punch, Perfect Polka dot embossing folder, Word window punch.
If you would like to purchase The stamp set and matching punch you really only have 10 days left to do so, Don't forget I offer free shipping!! Spend £45 or more and receive a free pack of paper worth £9.95, A choice from four different designs!! So if you purchase, the clear Stamp set, matching punch, ruffled risson and pack of Naturals Ivory, all for £47.65 you qualify for the free pack of papers all delivered to your door postage free! Give me a shout if you wish to purchase any of these items or indeed any Stampin up items! Pop back tommorrow for more creations from the cupcake day!

3 comments:

  1. Your nightmare obviously over lol Love this little ensemble xx

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  2. This is so beautiful.

    Hugs Riet.xx

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