Friday, July 30, 2010

Saturday Sketch Challenge 162

Good Evening Friends!

It's Friday night so that means it's time for another fun sketch challenge from your operators at Stamping 411!

I didn't like the first card I made for this week's challenge, so I decided to make this one and I like it MUCH better! Let's face it, that happens sometimes! If at first you dont succeed, try adding a layer.. or in my case, start over!

Okay.. So this cute sentiment comes from the new Level 1 hostess set Birthday Bakery... Too DARN Cute!!! The TEENY TINY cupcakes come from the Itty Bitty Bits stamp set and coordinate wonderfully with Itty Bitty Shapes punches. I also used the three flower punch to make the background flowers or the teeny scalloped circles. :)

So ~ here are my measurements

Base: Shimmer White 8 1/2" x 5 1/2", scored and folded in half at 4 1/4"
note** I added a 7" piece of regal rose grosgrain ribbon and stuck it in between the base and layer 2.
Layer 2: 5 1/4" x 3 13/16ths (these measurements work perfectly with the two scallop edged punches.. I punched the corners first and then connected the sides by looking through the back of my punch.
Layer 3: Regal Rose 4 5/8" x 3 1/4"
Layer 4: Espresso 4 1/2 x 3 1/8"
Ribbon banner:
Layer 5: 3/4" strip of scrap regal rose
Layer 6: 1/2" strip of scrap shimmer white, stamped with the sentiment

I used the vintage wallpaper die on layers 3 and 4 after I stuck them together with my tombo multipurpose adhesive. The three cupcake "flowers" are up on dimensionals. and the ribbon banner was stuck with the tombo adhesive. I bent the paper, to make a true paper banner... Well, now it's your turn! Want to give this super simple sketch a try? Make a card or scrapbook page, upload it somewhere and show us what you've got!

(((rubbah hugs)))

Selene Kempton


Email me said...

i just love how you layered the cupcakes. Way cute!

Patti Chesky said...

So cute Selene! I love the Scallop Trim makes the layers so delicate. Stunning work, my friend!

Hi, I'm Lee Conrey! said... I know what you were talking about. This is too cure. I love all the texture going on around the card which to me just showcases those darling little cupcakes. Great job with it one. I love it.

Steph said...

Love this card. Pink and brown is always a good combo. What cute little cupcakes and that sentiment is adorable. Great card:)

Connie Babbert said...

Those cupcakes are darling and I love that sentiment, too!

Carrie Gaskin said...

WOW Selene - you really did a fantastic job with that punching around the edges. No matter how many times I try, I just can't get it to look that good!

veronica said...

love the textures!

Diana said...

This is a great card. I love the cupcakes and the color combination is perfect. Fabulous!

Basslady said...

this is so colour-combination which i think is so noble...

and the frame is gorgeous!
wonderful card!

xoxo silvi (germany)

Sandra Farrell said...

What an adorable card Selene. Great job!

Tiffany Bauer said...

WOW!! This is awesome Selene!! I love the color combo and that border all the way around is awesome!!

Kerin said...

Ooh that espresso is just gorgeous with the pink and white, and the mini cupcakes are darling...I love everything about this card! And I have to admit I laughed a little when I read "if at first you don't succeed add another layer"...that's SO me!!