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Happy Birthday Lindsay!

This week we are celebrating Lindsay's birthday. Woo hoo - Happy Birthday Lindsay! I won't sing for you. I wouldn't want to torture you on your birthday. But, in honor of her special day, the DT is making birthday themed projects this week.





My birthday card uses the cupcake from Sweet Treats 2. Doesn't that look yummy? Only thing better would be if it was real...and chocolate.

To help celebrate her birthday, Lindsay is offering 34% off all products in her mygrafico store. I see a new freebie over there, so that must be a gift for you.



Please stop by Lindsay's blog to wish her a Happy Birthday. The rest of the DT also has some fabulous birthday themed cards and projects.

Cindi Hooks
Diane Bove
Jennifer Bliss
Karin Martin
Leanne Garner
Lisa Jurecek
Margie Visnick
Melissa Craig
Micki Harper
Rebekah Doak
Rhonda Walker
Shannon Neparko
Tamara Bennett
Tracey Allen
Tracy Vinson

Before I go, here is a peek at the inside of my card. I am having one of those days where everything is torn, crooked or smeared. I smeared some ink on the inside and am redoing the panel but wanted to get my post up on time. Check out that strategically placed watermark..... It will be fixed (replaced) before the card is mailed out.


Thank you for looking!

Challenges:

Supplies:

  • Images: Sweet Treats 2 by Lindsay's Stamp Stuff on mygrafico, Close To My Heart Celebrate (inside)
  • Inks: Distressed Inks Old Paper, Close To My Heart Chocolate (inside)
  • Papers & CS: PaperTrey kraft CS, Georgia Pacific CS, October Afternoon Ducks in a Row & Fly a Kite DP
  • Tools: Spellbinders Nestabilities, Big Shot, Cricut, Plantin SchoolBook, Copic & Prismacolor markers, paper piercing tool, Stampin' Up paper piercing template, Zig Writer chocolate
  • Embellishments: misc. ticket (from my friend Scrap It Girl), Bazzill Basics white rick rack, Crystal Stickles, PaperTrey silk ribbon (colored with markers),Tattered Angels Pearl glimmer mist (on PTI ribbon), Crystal Effects
  • Techniques: Faux Stitching & Paper piecing

Comments

Karen B. said…
That cupcake image is one of the best I've seen, but of course it looks better when you use it on a card. Love it.
Dianna said…
Yummy birthday card! Thanks for coming to another party at PTT!!
Oh yum! Makes me want a cupcake now, awesome!
craftybunny said…
Fabulous card.Just love the papers and who can resist a cupcake when it looks as good as this?Thanks for joining us at Craft Your Passion.
Lisa x
1CardCreator said…
This looks awesome Cheryl, I love how you shaded the frosting and the banners in the background are so sweet! Thanks for sharing. ~Diane
Yuummy cakey cake cake card!!
Thank you for stopping by for our first challenge.
Hugs Helen & Elle DT x x
Karin said…
Awesome job on the sketch! Soo much better than mine ;) I love the bit of sparkle on the cupcake too!
Tamara Bennett said…
Beautiful card! I love the ric rac and faux stitching!
Lynne said…
What a beautiful birthday card! love the cupcake looks good enough to eat :o) thanks for joining us at cooking it up with Katie - Good Luck xx Lynne xx
Margie said…
Great card- i love the ticket&cupcake!
Leanne said…
Love your card Cheryl!! The cupcake looks yummy and good enough to eat! I love the papers to!! I didn't see anything wrong at all with the inside! TFS
de said…
Love your birthday card!

Thanks for playing EtsyInspired this week!
Pat (mspfd) said…
What a happy card! Great colors and papers. Love the addition of the ric rac!
Anna said…
Fun cupcake! Love the paper combo you used! Thanks for joining us at Pile It On, and Party Time Tuesdays.
Jennifer said…
LOVING this card!
ljurecek said…
Oh, cute card! The sparkle on your icing and paper piecing with the cupcake liner is awesome. This turned out so great!
Claire said…
Beautiful, a really pretty card. That cupcake is good enough to eat!
Thanks for Cooking it up with Katie!! Good luck
claire xx
Jill said…
I love what you have done with the cupcake - beautiful. Also the dp and how you have used two completely different designs, pulled it all together - fab!
Tammy said…
Wonderful card Cheryl! I love the paper pieced cupcake!! Thanks for Cooking it up with Katie!!
Tammy x
Stephanie said…
Great card! I love how you paper pieced the cupcake wrapper. Thanks for joining us at Craft Your Passion.
Chrissie said…
Great card cheryl!
Love the paper piecing!
Thanks for Cooking it up with Katie this week!
Chrissie
Sammibug said…
Wonderful card layout and the paper piecing is awesome! Thanks for joining us this week at Craft Your Passion.
torn crooked and smeared eh? I had a night like that last night! Beautiful card, I'd never know;)
Marlene said…
Happy Birthday to Lindsay! What a yummy card! That cupcake looks good enough to eat!
Lauretta See said…
Gorgeous card Cheryl ;)) i am one of your fan's :)) Great job! thank you for playing with us on the craft your passion challenge ;) good luck! xx
What a fun combo of patterned papers.
Nancy said…
One of the best cupcake images I've seen! Love the way you've coloured it!
Bekah said…
Love the ricrac and stitching! great card!
andrea said…
gorgeous card,yummy cupcake thankyou for joining us at c.r.a.f.t
andrea
Kim Y. said…
sweet card, Cheryl!
Micki said…
lol, I couldn't see any smeared ink. The card is great.... absolutely love your cupcake, especially the glitter frosting :-).

hugs
Claudine Poch said…
Gorgous papers, layout, cupcake. Love the paper pieced cupcake. Thanks for joining us at Craft Your Passion.
Trisha said…
Yummo! What a great creation! Love the image u chose and the details in your card! Thanks for playing this week at FFF! xoxo Trisha
Chris said…
the cupcake looks good enough to eat.
thanks for joining us at Cooking It Up With Katie.
Meg said…
So cute! I love the repetition of the vertical lines in the ric-rak and your stitching. The patterned paper on the cupcake liner is the perfect touch (oh, and the sparkly icing!).

Thanks for dropping by my blog tonight! :)
cindy said…
Fabulous card. I love your take on the sketch. Excellant job.
fabulous!!! and it's called ART not MISTAKES!!!!!

i'll be no one would have noticed~!!!

hugs :)
Melissa said…
Wow! Love the jewels...Beautiful Job!!
Sweet card for Lindsay! I like how you paperpieced the cupcake holder with the patterned paper! That icing looks delish!
Maria
Melissa Craig said…
Oh this is wonderful!! I love it the paper piecing you did and the papers you chose are just fabulous!!
Cass said…
Cheryl this cupcake card is gorgeous! I love the colors, everything to it!
Virginia L. said…
Fabulous cupcake card!Glad that you join us in EI challenge!
Lilacanglia said…
oooo I could eat that cupcake,
Thanks for joining in our first challenge at Ellephantastic,
Hugs
Angie
Elle DT
Kathy said…
OK Cheryl enough with the dessert cards, first donuts now cupcakes, you are making me hungry, LOL! Just kidding of course. This is another fab card. Great layout and fun combo of papers.
Vanja said…
Beautiful card! Fabulous papers and colouring.
Thank you for joining us in our first Ellephantastic challenge! :)

Hugs, Vanja
Carolina said…
Very lovely card.
Thank you for joining the challenge at cooking it up with Katie
Stacy Walker said…
Very nice card. Thank you for joining us at the 2 Sisters Challenge. I look forward to seeing your next creation. Sorry about the inlinkz tool. I will make sure that you are entered in the drawing for the challenge prize.
SmilynStef said…
Love that paper pieced cupcake wrapper ... yummy inspired design.
Kristie said…
Yummy looking card! Love that teeny tiny ric rac! Thanks for playing along with my Party Time Tuesdays challenge!
Mervi said…
Sweet card!
Thanks for sharing this with us
at Rosie D's;-)) DT Mervi
Tracy said…
Thanks for joining Rosie-D’s challenge with this great entry, good luck.
Happy crafting
Tracy x
Helen said…
Delicious card!
Thanks for joining us at Pile It On!
Helen x
Rosanne said…
Cute cupcake! Thanks for joining us at Little Red Wagon!
Rose said…
Gorgeous card, I love the papers you've used and the cake image, thanks for joining us at C.R.A.F.T!

Rose xx
Fuzzy Slippers said…
Fun card! Thanks for playing with us this week at CIUWK. :)
Nana said…
Great card!
Thank you for joining us at "PIO" this week!
hugs Nana
Trimgym said…
Lovely card, thank you for joining us at CRAFT Challenge this week and good luck!

Jo and Tigerlover.
Lacey Stephens said…
What a fantastic card!! Thank you so much for playing along with the Stamp and Create stitch challenge. We have a new challenge this month - flowers. We hope you can play along again!
~Lacey
www.stampandcreate.com

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