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Did I hear "Cupcakes"?


Marlene, from Disguised as a Grown-Up, drew this stinkin' cute chef which was the freebie this week at The Digi Shack. What a gal! She can crack me up, make awesome cards and now she creates digis too.
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See that cute paper in the back ground. I snagged it from my daughter's stash (after asking of course). Boy it sure felt good for the shoe to be on the other foot - usually she is digging into my crafting stash.
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Well it's getting late and I need to hunt down something to satisfy my sweet tooth since we don't have any cupcakes in the house.
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Thank you for looking! Have a great week end!
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Challenges for this card:

Supplies:

  • Image: Fat-boyardee from the Digi Shack
  • Papers & CS: DCWV The Sweet Stach, Bazzill Basics Carob Cream, Neenah solar crest, Stampin' Up white CS (blue was made by coloring the edges of white scraps with my Prismacolor marker)
  • Inks: none
  • Tools & Embellishments: Prismacolor, Bic, & Copic markers, Spellbinders Nestabilities, Stampin' Up oval punches, sentiment created in Word

Comments

Dawn said…
Hey this is a great image, had to be fun to work with. Great job with the card, now I need something sweet!
Donna Faglie said…
Cheryl fantastic card! I love that digi stamp. We must be on the same wave length. My post today is a cupcake thank you card too! Have a blessed weekend.
Tracy said…
Fabulous Cheryl!
Jenn said…
Very cute! Love the little chef! The cupcake paper goes great with the sentiment! I might have to hop over to get the freebie...thanks!
Rleen said…
Cheryl, your card is fabulous! I love the cute image and the papers that you used. You did a great job!
Thank you for joining us at The Digi Shack this week challenge. Hope to see you again next week.
Hugs,
Rleen
Marlene said…
Thanks for joining us at The Digi Shack this week! What a terrific card! Love seeing Fat Boyardee all dolled up! :)
Saskia said…
Oooh... GREAT card!! Thanks for joining us at Rosie-D's Challenge with your yummy work! Good luck!

Saskia :)
Tracy said…
Scrummy Yummy creation, thanks for joining Rosie-D’s challenge, good luck.
Happy crafting
Tracy x
Fab card, and what a fab image. Thanks for joining in at the Creative craft challenge, good luck
xx
Jackie said…
This is too cute and love that image....your coloring is great! Nice work!!!
Hugs,
Jackie
Karin said…
Just darling! I have a chef stamp that I haven't used in a long time, thanks for the inspiration!
Paige said…
Fun card! you can't go wrong with cupcakes!
Lovin' the cupcake background and I say we listen to the pastry chef: Let Them (meaning ME) eat cupcakes!!!
Yippee!!
Maria
what a great card hun, the layout is fab, thanks for playing along at creative craft challenges xxx
Kathy said…
He is a cutie! Love you coloring and cupcake paper. Makes me want a cupcake.
Pat (mspfd) said…
Gosh this is cute! Have a great weekend.
Tracey said…
Fab card Cheryl & such fun! How handy that your daughter is a crafter too so you can raid her stash now & again lol

Hope you're having a great weekend :)

Hugs
Tracey
xx
Deirdre said…
Cheryl, adore your card. So fun.

Thanks so much for playing along with Paperplay this week. ♥
Toni said…
I love what you did with our little Fat Boyardee. If you love this image just wait until June 5th - Marlene's been a busy little bee!!!!
Sammy said…
This is great Cheryl, I need a cupcake as am very hungry! Thanks for joining us at Creative Craft Challenges xx
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