Sparkly Frosting and a Bella Rose Cupcake

Love Note using the Big Bold Birthday Stamp Set & SU Frosting

Bella Rose Cupcake with Love Note Card

Accessories - Flower Fusion Too, Jumbo Brad and Valet Ribbon Originals

Do you go through fads? Mine at the moment is papercrafting in 3D and using the Bella Rose DSP. Just can't get enough of those gorgeous papers (another order on the way to replace my depleting stock).

I've made another cupcake in Pink Pirouette this time. Have I also mentioned that I LOVE the textured cardstock? In fact I love everything about SU supplies and being a demonstrator. In the mail today I received my copy of the Impression's Magazine, which has some great techniques to try out. One of the things that caught my attention was the gorgeous sparkly frosting you can make using SU products. I have put this 'recipe' on the cupcake. Cute isn't it? I won't share with you the secret ingredients just yet, as I'll keep that a surprise for customers who come along to one of my workshops this month!

Speaking of workshops, Sale-a-bration starts in about 3 weeks and it's really the BEST time to hold one! There are some really gorgeous stamp sets to give away during this promotion, so contact me soon if you'd like to have some friends around for a fun night of stamping and learning new techniques! You'll even get one of these cute little cupcakes as a Hostess Gift!

If you've had a little 'inkling' (pardon the pun) about the idea of joining SU, Sale-a-bration time that runs until the end of March, is also the most worthwhile time to join, with an added bonus of a free stamp set of your choice to the value of $79.95, along with your starter kit. Cool eh! So if you'd like to be part of an awesome group that is totally passionate about stamping/scrapbooking, contact me by email by clicking on my profile. What are you waiting for?

Until next time,
Bronwyn :0)


Danielle Daws said…
Oooh, that ribbon looks divine with the Pink Pirouette! I'm a fan of the textured card stock too. Love it. Your frosting is gorgeous too!

ps liked your pun too! ;)
Mae Collins said…
I just read my Impressions magazine and was impressed with the faux frosting technique too, but you were so quick off the mark! It looks good and sounds so simple to do. In relation to your comment on my blog - yes I think we Tassie demonstrators should get together again! We held one in Ross a couple of years ago that Esther Holt organised and then one in Launceston at Martyn and Michelle's place - they were both worthwhile and very enjoyable.
Tania Gould said…
Really yummy Bronwyn! Would it look good as snow as well??? Love the "matching" set!
Unknown said…
Just gorgeous!