Sunday, December 7, 2008

Erin Spoiler Alert!!! I posted your card, if you want to be surprised, don't look at my blog!




One of my best friends lives down in Texas, and her birthday is this week. I am mailing her package tomorrow, and I HAD to post her card, so Erin, if you see this before you get it, so sorry...but I did give ya the warning in the title...I didn't do these colors because she has a December birthday, but because she loves these 2 colors together. Happy Early Birthday, if you're reading this!




Recipe:




I used some random Christmas paper and Whisper White and Real Red cardstock.


I combined the Party Hearty stamp set and the Big Bold Birthday stamp set.


I used Real Red ink, Old Olive ink, Kiwi Kiss ink, and Summer Sun ink (for the candle flame)


I used Martha Stewart chunky glitter (LOVE this stuff) for the cupcake top and doubled up on pop dots for the top of the cupcake, just used a single one for the bottom part.


I used some ribbon from Roberts that is Olive colored and is totally YUMMY.


Lastly, I used my scallop circle punch for the celebrate. I think that's it!

8 comments:

Heather said...

Adorable! We have GOT to get you selling these. I can be your manager? 50% of all profits. :)

Natasha said...

50% profits for Heather? That is steep!! I'll be your manager for 45% of the profits! I'm Natasha and I'm Heather's friend in NYC.

I LOVE your cards! You are so creative! Heather and I (and our friend Amber) were talking today about how you should sell your cards on Etsy!

Keep on Craftin'!

The Vaughn Family said...

Thanks Natasha (& Heathie), I appreciate the nice comments. Amber? Are ya gonna jump in and offer 40%? Heather has told me that about Etsy many times, I think that I will check it out after the holidays, despite the fact it's probably best to do it before, right?

Erin Cummings said...

I love it Brittney, so fun and cute! Thanks for spoiling me on my day....your gift by far was the BEST! I still can't believe Dave gave me a cheese grater. That man.

Even Better Than the Real Thing said...

We have GOT to get together and make cards!!!! We could pool our assets and make some great stuff.

The Larsen's said...

Dang, I might jump in and undercut everybody at 25%!!

Thanks Erin for visiting my blog. I love your work here! As far as your comment is concerned, I have found and have a large passion for clear acrylic stamps. No need for a stampin-ma-jig!! I have a few favorite companies I would love to turn you on to. let me know if you are interested. I love stampin up stuff, but i really am over wood block/rubber stamps. I just don't use them as much and do have a really hard time lining things up. of course i do NOT own a ma-jig so maybe i could get better at it. but that is the secret to my lined hearts....
you can email me any time and i look forward to your next post!
loves
kristie

Stacey Schafer said...

this is so cute! love the little scallop circle peeking out:)

nitestamper said...

super SWEET card!!!! with glitter on top!!!!! you do wonderful work!
tfs:)