Friday, October 31, 2008

Cupcakes for Christmas

I haven't done the Limited Supplies Challenge on Splitcoast in a while, but when I saw today's challenge, I couldn't resist. The challenge was to use a stamp in a different way, such as using hearts to create a flower.

I turned a cupcake upside down, then drew a hook to create a Christmas ornament. Then I colored it with glitter pens to really make it sparkle. I think it turned out pretty cute. What do you think?

Stamps: Clear Cupcakes (Hero Arts), Best Yet (SU)
Paper: PTI white, Brilliant Blue, Real Red, Ski Slope dp
Ink: Basic Black, Real Red
Accessories: glitter pens (Sakura and Spica), jeweled brads (Oriental Trading Co.), ribbon (Hobby Lobby), dimensionals

12 comments:

cricketeew said...

Very cute! I would hage that on my tree. You are so creative :)
Happy Halloween :)

Shirley said...

How totally clever and creative! I love the cupcake and the great ribbon and embellishments too! Happy weekend, Ann.

Heidi said...

this is a great idea!

Mandy said...

So cleaver! What a great idea - now I need to go look at all my stamps to see what I can come up with. Thanks for sharing!
- Mandy

Pat (mspfd) said...

Ann, this is so creative. Terrific card. I'd say you nailed the challenge!

Jennie said...

You did a great job on the challenge! Great idea.

Mistylynn said...

Very cute blog! Love your cards.

Angie Tieman said...

Wow! This is sooo inventive! I never would have thought of it! Great job!

Tina said...

Very Creative, I love the idea!

Tegan said...

so creative. it's funny how versatile stamps can be..all you have to do is think outside the box. love this!

Elena said...

I think that your idea is the most creative I've ever seen! Fabulous! Love it!!!

Colleen Wold said...

OMG! This is AWESOME! What a creative idea! Way to think outside the box! Now I can justify buying more cupcake stamps because I can use them for x-mas cards. :) LOL!