Monday, March 30, 2009

Little Cupcake Blog Hop

Once again, I am joining a blog hop! I love to do these because it gives everyone a chance to see how many things can be done with one stamp set! Take a look at several cards I have made with this set! Don't forget to click on the links at the end of the post to see some more great examples!


This first card I love just because of the black and white! When I think "Cupcakes" I usually think colorful and birthdayish! This gives it a more elegant look, I think!




The cupcake on this card I colored with watercolors! Then I cut out the image, ink the edges with brown ink and attached it with pop dots! (Kind of a CASE from Heather...HERE!)




I used the masking technique on this card! The swirls are actually a piece of a lollypop but I just wanted the "swirl" for the background! I traced the inside of each with a sparkle gel pen!



This last card I made for a cupcake contest at the Winter Round Up! It was so much fun and there were SO many great samples made with this set!




This set is really a fun one to color! I am loving all the fun ways to color stamps! My favorite right now is Gamsol, a blending stump and regular colored pencils!


I also use Watercolor pencils and a dove blender! It is amazing how many different looks you can get just by using different mediums!




It may be hard to see in the picture, but each of the cupcakes are colored with a different medium. The first cupcake on the left is stamped on watercolor paper and colored with watercolor pencils and a water brush. The middle is stamped on TAC Premium Cardstock and colored with Watercolor Pencils and a Dove Blender. The cupcake on the right is stamped on watercolor paper and colored with crayons and a water brush.

Such a great set to play with!



This last sample is by the sweet JoAnn Cisneros! She said I could post her swap as another piece of inspiration!
I love this card! The Playful Parenthesis set from the magalogue is growing on me! :) How cute is this?

Now check out all the other Angels and their creations!
Thanks for looking!

19 comments:

  1. Great cards, they all are just beautiful!! TFS

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  2. So many SUPER cards...they have each such beautiful coloring/details.

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  3. WOW! You went all out! I LOVE each of your cards! I am going to have to CASE your idea of using the lollipop for a background. TFS!

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  4. The first is my fav. It is so elegant. I never would have thought to go that way with this set. Great work!

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  5. Those are quite a LOT of samples done. TFS!

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  6. They're all so beautiful! I love the effect inking the edges of the image gives! I'll have to remember that one!

    Christina

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  7. These are all just great! And wonderful coloring!!

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  8. Love your cards my dear. Nice ideas.

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  9. Cute, cute cards! The black and white one would be a cute wedding card too! It's so pretty.

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  10. Great cards Laurie! Number 1 & 3 are my faves :) Awesome tutorial showing the different color mediums!

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  11. Great cards, I love the colors you choose for this cards, they look so yummy!!

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  12. Great cards, I love the colors you choose for this cards, they look so yummy!!

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  13. Great cards, I love the colors you choose for this cards, they look so yummy!!

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  14. GIRL!!!!! I love your samples. I love what you did with the more elegant one especially. Thanks so much for playing and inspiring me!

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  15. Beautiful cards! I love them all - can't believe you did so many! Gorgeous! On to hop till I drop!

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  16. Love the different colors that truly blend,very nice
    Gloria

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  17. Wow, I love all of your cards with one set!! This makes me wanna buy it!!

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