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Hey Cupcake

Monday, already?
Yes, yes it is and time for the 
(see below for winner!)

You should be arriving here from Rose's Happy Place
It's very seldom that I make a card without a sentiment on the front, 
but this design fit my need perfectly!

I've used the sweet cupcake motif from the
and My Mind's Eye Lime Twist papers.  I applied
the Stickerz to a piece of kraft paper (to match my card base)
and trimmed out.  A little bit of machine stitching, ribbon and 
small flat pearls finish up my notecard :)
Time to head over to see what the talented Amy has for us today!

And now to announce the winner of the
Handmade Mini Album

Blogger Michelle said...
I stumbled across your blog last week and I have to say it is my MUST SEE 
blog every day. You are one very talented woman! Love your stuff! :)
Congratulations, Michelle!  Just send me an email with 
your mailing address and I'll have this right out to you!!!
Thank you all for the sweet, sweet comments...I enjoy them 
more than you know!


  1. Great card. Congrats to the winner.

  2. That is sooo cute!! Love the wonderful sewing!

  3. Congrats Michelle.
    Love your cupcake card. Love the colors. TFS. dmcardmaker (at aol dot com)

  4. The stitching that you did on the card really gives it a pretty touch. I also liked that you didnt put a sentiment on it, sometimes things are better unsaid!!! ;)

  5. love the stitching great job

  6. ohhh that is too cute not to LOVE!!!


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