Monday, January 13, 2014

Paper Sweeties Jan. Release Countdown


Day 2 of the Paper Sweeties January Release and it's the 
Countdown!
Cupcakes and Sprinkles is the set I'm showcasing today.
The sweet medallion is paper pieced, in Berry Sorbet card stock (PTI), and then 
the cupcakes and the banner are fussy cut in white card stock. All are embossed in black, 
before copic colored and frosted in petal pink liquid pearls.
I used PS Borders to created the green strip down the card.
Paper Sweeties Seam Binding with pink and black twine form the bow.


I used the Border Stamp Set to create the background. 
It's a wonderful set with 6 borders.
This set, Cupcake and Sprinkles, along with 3 others and a matching set of dies will be available tomorrow, Jan. 15th.

Did you know Paper Sweeties offers FREE digitals?
Find them here: complimentary digital image
Use them to create a card for the January challenge and be eligible to win $20. 
 in the PS Boutique!

For some reason I'm craving cupcakes, so I'm off to bake!


Be sure to check back tomorrow for 'Release Day'.
Meanwhile these other PS Designers have some projects for you to see.

11 comments:

  1. Gorgeous card! I love the background you created! And what a fun release for birthdays! Gotta love cupcakes!

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  2. wow wee this is stunning.. i totally love it.. great embossing..

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  3. Oh my word -- so much detail and beautiful coloring, Nancy! What a lovely card you have created!!

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  4. Cuteness!!!!!!! Love the colors and design!

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  5. Wow, Nancy! I love how you embellished the big banner! That bow with the twine and button is fabulous, too.

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  6. I adore all the details in your card! Totally adorable!

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  7. This is as pretty as can be and i love the layered banners from the new image!

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  8. Just gorgeous, Nancy! I love how you layered the banner,clever!

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  9. What an adorable little set and you have showcased it well! Love that bow and all your layers… delicious! Bet you are having so much fun!

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  10. Amazing attention to detail, Nancy!

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