Saturday, October 19, 2013

Let's Bake a Cake!

Hello!  The weeks fly by and here we are once again ready for a new challenge over at Fashionable Stamping Challenge.  This time around, we are challenged to create a card!  No tags, or other projects please.  For my own card, I began with an 8 x 8 card base. Using Tim Holtz Stencils and Black Soot and Festive Berries Distress Inks, I added stripes and random dots.  Next, using Wendy Vecchi Black Embossing Paste, I added stars using another Tim Holtz Stencil.  The focal images include the Blueprint Cupcake by Stampers Anonymous for Tim Holtz and two images from FlonzCraft.  Aren't they absolutely adorable?  To go along with the vintage color palette, I distressed all the edges with Pumice Stone Distress Ink. I hope you will stop over to FSC and see what the rest of the Design Team has come up with and I sure hope you will submit a card of your own.  One lucky participant will win a $20 Gift Voucher for FlonzCraft, our generous supplier.  Thanks so much for stopping by.  Yvonne


Dots Dabbles said...

Hi Yvonne. A beautiful card with a wonderfully delicious theme! I love how it all ties in.
Dot x

MichelleZ said...

Adorable! Love those images. And I love what you did with black embossing paste. Very cool!

Elaine said...

Gorgeous just love the stencil work x

Meggymay said...

Love the theme of your card, its fantastic.

Mrs.B said...

Hi Yvonne, Gorgeous card, love how you've combined these images, and such a great colour giving a lovely retro feel to it.
Ejoy the rest of the weekend.
Avril xx

Claire said...

Gorgeous card Yvonne, I love the way you've combined the stencils, such a beautiful effect
Claire xx

Nonni said...

Hi Yvonne, what a stunning card! I love your stamped details in the background and the focal images are so beautiful. xx

Ellie Knol said...

Not a difficult challenge this time, make a card, you've made a beautiful one.
xxx Ellie xxx

butterfly said...

Lovely retro feel to this card, Yvonne, and the blueprint works so well with the other images.
Alison xx