Friday, February 3, 2012

You Make Life Sweet

Happy Friday!  I am so thankful to have made it to this day, phew!  I have a little card to share that I made playing along with the Tuesday Trigger, Fancy Schmancy over at the Moxie Fab World.  Love the pink and brown together as well as the sweets themselves, yum!


To start, I adhered a white panel down to a brown card base that was cut to 4 1/4 x 4 1/4.  I then cut a strip of Candy Shoppe Dots & Stripes paper from Echo park (strips anyone?), punched a scallop border and adhered it to the base of the card.


Taking another piece of patterned paper, I scored every 1/4 inch and folded it, adhering it down with Scor-tape.  To finish it off, I adhered a pink button threaded with twine.


I then stamped the doughnut image onto white cardstock, colored them with Copic Markers and cut them out.  I popped them up on my card in various heights and double stamped my sentiment in brown and pink.  Lastly, I added some pearls to mimic the lovely sprinkles on top of those yummy treats!

I hope you enjoyed, have an awesome weekend!

Lindsay

Supplies:
Paper: Brown, White GinaK 
Patterned Paper: Candy Shoppe Dots & Stripes Echo Park
Stamps: Sugar Rush Paper Smooches
Ink: Rich Cocoa Tsukineko, Sugar Fresh Ink
Embellishments: Pearls Michael's, Twine May Arts, Pink Button PTi
Tools: Copic Markers, Corner Rounder We R Memory Keepers, Scallop Border Punch Fiskars

9 comments:

  1. Yum! Can I have a doughnut? :)

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  2. Love the pink donuts and pretty sprinkles!

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  3. AHH! Your paper pleating is perfect Linz. WOW.And I love the double stamped sentiment shadow. Awesome.

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  4. love the Anna Griffin-ish pleats! Perfect with these fancy pearl topped donuts!

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  5. So cute! I love those pearl sprinkles!

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  6. Oh my gosh, this is so cute!! Love the sprinkles and the pleating!!

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  7. This card looks good enough to eat Lindsay - the paper pleating is awesome! Have a great weekend :) x

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  8. Love the vibrant colours and the paper panel!! Such a fab take on the trigger!

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