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A Cupcake Gift Card Holder for Valentine's Day

Valentine's Day is just around the corner, so to celebrate this special day, I have made a cupcake gift card holder using the Digital Cupcake Punch from MDS (My Digital Studio) and my trusty Silhouette Cameo.


Inside Pocket

Colour and 'cupcake' inspiration for my sweet little project came from the Color Throwdown -


 and Perfectly Rustics have a theme challenge to 'Show the Love' (include the word 'love') -
... a perfect match!


Project Recipe:
Stamps:  Gorgeous Grunge
Ink:  Pink Pirouette, Crumb Cake, Pistachio Pudding
Card Stock:  Pink Pirouette, Crumb Cake (retired textured), Pistachio Pudding
Accessories:  SAB Decorative Dots Embossing Folder, Dazzling Diamonds, Two-Way Glue, Dimensionals, Digital Cupcake Punch (MDS), Sponge Dauber, Circle Card Thinlits Die (heart, banner and star), RR Polka Dot DSP, Basic Pearls, Retired:  Artisans Embellishments Kit (rose and LOVE ticket), RR Polka Dot Ribbon, Stylish Stripes Embossing Folder


Thanks so much for stopping by my blog.  I hope you have been inspired to do something creative.

Comments

Kim Butterworth said…
Cute cupcake Bronwyn, it almost looks edible. Thanks for sharing the love with us at Perfectly Rustics.
Monika/Buzsy said…
Fabulous gift card holder. Love the shape and the way you used the colors. Yummy! Thank you for playing along with us at The Color Throwdown.
Laura Davis said…
Oh my this is adorable!!
Laura
Vickie Z said…
Fun gift card holder and use of the colors!! Thxs for joining us at CTD!!
Joan Ervin said…
This is absolutely adorable!!! You have used the colors beautifully on that sweet cupcake!!!! Thanks for joining us for the Color Throwdown Challenge!!!!

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