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Christmas Cupcakes


I am crazy about Cupcakes so the Paper Cupcake Images are perfect for me (except when I see them they make me want real cupcakes - LOL). I just love this Christmas Cupcake image.

I had fun popping up the layers on the candy on this one, and I used a fun ribbon that came on a package I received lately. My papers are from The Paper Studio (Hobby Lobby) and come from a Christmas stack (my mother and I both purchased a stack yesterday).

Only 50 more Christmas cards to go!!!

I am entering this in the Paper Crafting Journey Ribbon or Twine Challenge.

Hugz!

Comments

  1. Great image...and cupcakes are so the rage now!

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  2. Loving that gorgeous polka dotted ribbon and the cupcake looks delicious. Well done all round :)

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  3. Gorgeous card Nancy,I love that cupcake image, the papers that big bow and the gems.
    Kevin xx

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  4. This gorgeous card brought a huge smile to my face as soon as I saw it! That peppermint candy on top looks adorable, and the ribbon is to die for! Beautiful!

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  5. Gorgeous, Nancy. Love that cupcake and you know I love that yummy polk dot ribbon. Wow!

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  6. This is a gorgeous card. Love the paper and really love the ribbon.

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  7. very happy card,you are intelligent to make use of this ribbon in such a creative way, love the '3D' delicious cup cake..
    - samir

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  8. Very pretty card. Thanks for playing along at PCJ this challenge!

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  9. Thank you for entering our Ribbon or Twine challenge over at
    The Paper Crafting Journey !

    I have some BLOG CANDY
    on my blog if you are interested! The Prize is going to be either 1 x $100 or 2 x $50 Whimsy Gift Certificates.

    Hugs,
    Wendy

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  10. I need a Hobby Lobby near me - pronto! LOL I visited one with my mom in Katy Texas back in October, when I visited her. It made me want one of those stores BADLY! I love their own brand of things, and all the home decor.

    I need some of that paper you used on this card - love the patterns. :)

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  11. Now you've made me hungry...hope that cupcake is chocolate! LOL! This image is adorable, and your coloring is just great. Love the ribbon & dp, too.

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  12. What a fun bow! Great image, and the flourish is another great touch:)

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  13. Nancy, so sorry it has taken me this long to get around to seeing this. This is just so beautifully yummy! Everything is just so perfect together, from your coloring of the image, to your lovely paper and rhinestones, and then to finish it off with such a beautiful bow. Just scrumpous! Thanks for sharing! :oD

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