July 23, 2020

Sweet Day * MFT Color Challenge 146

Hello and welcome to a new Color Challenge by My Favorite Things. I have a sweet cupcake card for you today. As the dark brown colors name is Milk Chocolate, I hade to make something with chocolate of course. ;-)


I love cupcakes on cards. They are colorful, fun and make me happy. And hey, they have no calories ;-) This die set is super easy to assemble. The dry embossed lines help you to glue the details in place perfectly. 

I started by die cutting all the parts. One light blue cupcake paper mold, three light blue detail stripes, one light pink frosting, two chocolate frosting details and from another set the cherry. It's a one colored (dark brown) cherry including the stem and one choral one just the cherry itself. And then, I also die cut the word sweet from choral card stock and the shadow from white one. 

Next, I added ink blending to the paper mold and the pink frosting. Then, I glued everything in place. I added a bit more ink blending to the bottom of the paper mold to get a more dimension. I covered the cherry with Glossy Accents and let it dry completely. So I was left with three parts, the cherry, the bottom part of the cupcake and the frosting.

I added the cupcake and the frosting to my card base using foam tape. I also added the die cut word and stamped the rest of the greeting. I glued down some marshmallow sequins and when the Glossy Accents on the cherry was dry, I added it to my card as well. This is quick and easy to recreate (you could leave the Glossy Accents and you're even quicker). Now it's your turn to create something fun!


I hope you got inspired to play along! Join the fun and hop over to the MFT Blog for more information and inspiration.

Thanks for stopping by!
Have a colorful day,
Nicole

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