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AmberInk - Cutie Pie

I am having so much fun playing with my new Amber Ink images. This week I decided to play around with the Cutie Pie: Little Things set. Of course I had to pair it up with some of my favorite October Afternoon papers.




I have to admit I love how the pie looks. I printed it on kraft CS and colored with Copic markers. It was really easy to do and I think it looks pretty good.

Thank you for stopping by! I hope you have a great week.


Supplies:


  • Stamps: Cutie Pie: Little Things by AmberInk
  • Papers: PaperTrey kraft, dark chocolate, & white CS, Georgia Pacific CS, October Afternoon Modern Homemaker & Farm Fresh DP
  • Inks: Distress Inks Antique Linen
  • Tools: Sewing Machine, Fiskars edge punch, Big Shot, PaperTrey rick-rack die & Linen/canvas impression plate, Copic markers (E53, E57, E08)
  • Embellishments: The Twinery Cappuccino bakers twine, Stampin' Up library clip, red felt (RAK from Scrap It Girl), misc. buttons

Challenges

Comments

Kathy and Lucky said…
This is adorable, love the little pie and the gingham paper and clip, such a cute card.
Wow! The pie looks so real!!! Is it apple or blueberry? Maybe cherry with that awesome red plaid paper!!
Love that script sentiment too!!!

Happy Monday!!
Maria
Karen B. said…
That pie DOES look amazing and so real!
Jackie said…
Great card Cheryl! Love the colors & all the elements you added...tfs!!!
Adorable work. Love the sentiment too.
SYLVIA-ANNE said…
This really is a cutie Cheryl! Love the gorgeous pie and the sentiment. Fab. papers too - I can see why you love them.
Hugs, Sylvia xx
Great card - loving the pie!! Thanks for joining us at DYSU xx
WencheP said…
Beautiful card, thanks for joining us at Do You Stack Up.

-Wenche
Pam said…
What a great way to start a Monday morning after the Academy Awards! You are front and center on The AmberInklings blog today - thanks for the inspiration!
Becky said…
Hi Cheryl,
This is just fabulous girl, love that sentiment. Thank you for sharing with us at Stampin Sisters in Christ.
1CardCreator said…
I agree, I love how that pie came out, a real focal image for a lovely card.
Tammy said…
This is so cute Cheryl! I love the sentiment and all of your embellishments!!
Oh...your little pie stamp looks so real! I just want to pop in into my mouth!
xoxo
mary
Emily Leiphart said…
Cheryl, that pie looks amazing! I love your layout with the recipe and gingham papers. Off to have some pie! LOL
Georgia Ehrmann said…
Your pie looks good enough to eat! Great card... Thanks for playing with us at IDIC this week!
Hugs,
Georgia
Maggie's Crafts said…
Great card!

Thank you for joining us at The Crafty Pad @ http://thecraftypad.blogspot.com/ Please come back on Sunday for another brilliant challenge! :)

Maggie
xx
Cindy Haffner said…
Ohh COOl, I love your pie!!!
A wonderfully home-y look to your card! Well done!Thanks for playing along with Speedy's Friends!
Sandra P said…
OMG so innovative! Love your yummy card :)

Thanks for joining Paper Romance this week!

Hugs,
Sandra P
Pat said…
Super card, lovely colours, image looks good enough to eat!!! Thanks for sharing at The Crafty Pad this week, good luck in the draw.

Pat xx
downrightcrafty said…
gorgeous creation and so yummy too, thanks for sharing your lovely work with us at the SCSC
Hugs Kate xx
Miranda said…
another lovely card Cheryl
thanks for joining the DYSU challenge again this week
hugs
Miranda
Karin said…
This was so perfect leading the pack of projects on the Amber Ink blog...Yummy and gorgeous all at the same time...I know it's paper, but I WOULD eat that!
xiumaiyuki said…
and a BIG cutie pie it is!!! So, so adorable. :o) Gotta love those OA goodness.
Meg said…
That pie looks awesome!! You're doing such a great job as torchbearer! :)
Marlene said…
Adorable card! Love those buttons along the bottom. Cute touch.
Chery,
There are so many things I like about this card. The felt border, the punched borders, metal clip and buttons. Such a great combination of elements.
Audrey Pettit said…
My goodness, what a cute card! I just love the homespun feel to this with the gingham and ric-rac. Great color combo, and what a fabulous pie image. Love how the sentiment wraps and love the scallops and clip, too. I truly love it all.
You should also link this up to our challenge this week at the Kraft Journal, Cute as a Button. All you need is kraft cardstock and buttons, and you've got them. :)
Maria Matter said…
oh that is a cutie pie...how wonderful!!! I love this Cheryl! beautifully designed!
hugs & blessings!
Linda McClain said…
Oh my . that pie looks good enough to eat - in one sitting! Yummylicious! What a fantastic card - I love your take on our challenge. Thank you so much for sharing it with us on Catered Crop.
~Olga said…
I'm a new follower and your work is great! Olga
Rachel Hope said…
Delicious! Love the colors!! Thanks for playing along at Catered Crop!
redwasher1 said…
Fabulous card!! Love the pie!!
Thanks for sharing it with us at Speedy's Friends.
Suzy said…
Beautiful card! The Pie looks so real! thanks for playing along at TPV! :)
A beautiful card, a great design and wonderful colors.

Thank you for your participation at Creative stamp Friends.

A nice greeting Andrea from germany
Jo said…
Wonderful! Don't you just love October Afternoon papers! Thanks for sharing your creation with us at DYSU this week! Hope to see you next time!
Christiana said…
Oh my gosh, Cheryl, that pie is AMAZING! Wow, it looks so realistic. I'm in awe. Fabulous card. I feel suddenly hungry!

Btw, stop by my blog today if you can. You'll see why. :o)
Mandy said…
Beautiful card...Love the pie image looks amazing...Thank you for joining in with us at A Gem of a Challenge...
Mandy x
nicoleqmullen said…
The pie looks amazing, almost edible! Beautiful card!!
What a cute project...love the pie image that goods good enough to eat! Thank you for joining us at The Kraft Journal!
Cass said…
Hi...this is adorable. The pie is what caught my eye, very nice Cheryl!

Have a great day!
Cassandra
Anne Marie said…
Cheryl, this is SO cute! Love the shading around te pie..hmmm, pie! Oh my goodness, that sounds good for breakfast! Lol! As always I love your perfect accents and that set is so stinkin' cute! The sentiments are too much fun! :) Great job!
Kathy said…
That pie looks good enough to eat. Love how you printed in on Kraft, so smart! Adorable!
Andrea said…
Great card! Delicious-actually. Love the clip and textures!!
Denise @ kc242 said…
What a cute little card! Love the layers and colors. Thanks so much for joining us this week at Iris' Spot!
Denise
Iris' DT
Wonderful card, nice colours and great design.

Thanks for joining Creative Stamp Friends.
Nice greetings Claudia
Lovely Linda said…
Helllo Cheryl - your card is YUMBLY! I love your pie, the delish colours and DP - it is all divine! Welldone with all of the challenges! Thank you for playing along with us at the Stampin Sisters in Christ Challenge, we love to see you and appreciate your suppport! {{{hugs}}}
Linda SSIC Design Team
So yummy!

Thanks for joining our “Sweet Treats” challenge on SECRET CRAFTER SATURDAY CHALLENGE :)

Hugs Jane x
Anita said…
Cheryl, your card is so cute. I love how you've colored that pie and the papers are so pretty. Really like that rickrack too.
Vicki Dutcher said…
Great pie! Thanks for playing with Speedy's Friends!
Audrey Pettit said…
SO glad you decided to share this cutie with us at the Kraft Journal, Cheryl! It is just fabulous. :)
Iris said…
Love those colors and the pie is so cute!!! Thanks for playing with us at Iris's Spot!
Paper Bagley said…
this is so yummy...great thought process...Tootsie
Debs said…
such a sweet card :0)..thanks for joining us at WNW and good luck..hugs Debs x
HappyCrafter said…
Oh how fun! Love how you tied everything together, with the recipe sentiment and image!
Sammibug said…
Adorable card! Love the pie! Yummy!
Thanks for joining us in our buttons challenge this week, at Iris' Spot.
Joanne (jojot) said…
deeeelish and very creative...thanks for joining Speedy's Friends this week
Gemma said…
a lovely creation! Thanks for joining in with our Punches/Dies challenge at I Did It Creations! Gemma :)
Christine said…
Gorgeous creation thanks for sharing at A Gem of a chall this time

smiles Christine x
Rebekah said…
This is great! Thanks so much for sharing at a gem of a challenge hugs Rebekah xx
Padster said…
Fantastic - thanks for joining us at IDIC this week
Hugs,
Debbie xx
Gurkiss said…
Such a wonderful card :)

Thank you for joining us at IDIC this week.

Hugs Gurkiss
Tracy said…
That pie is too cute! Love the clip and the buttons of course. Great design. :-) Thanks so much for joining in this week's challenge at The Kraft Journal!
Sammibug said…
So cute! I love it everytime I see it! Thanks so much for playing in our Button challenge at Iris' Spot.

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