Monday, April 6, 2009

Older yet Wiser???

The paper is Urban, by K and Company. The card can be enlarged by clicking on it, if you want a close up of the sentiment in the corner. The Cupcake is a Quickutz die for the revolution. Then I used some alphabet stickers for the other words. This is for a cupcake challenge for CCEE Stampers challenge blog. As I write this, I realize I didn't stamp anything on this card. My cupcake is not a stamp, I am not sure if it matters.


  1. Cute card, love your cupcake, thanks for playing along.

  2. I love your card, and again your sentiment is great, I have to tell you, also, that your blog banner, is faulous, thanks for sharing

  3. oh my goodness!!! this is so awesome!!! I love this know I love all things cupcake!!!


  4. This is gorgeous, the colours are fantastic

    jo x

  5. Wow oh Wow this is darling and the sentiment is wonderful...Totally Perfect!!!!

  6. What a wonderful card! I love the *look* of it. Its very artsey looking. Not easy to make an artsey looking cupcake card! Hee!

    Very nicely done. So glad you had the time to *play* with us! Your blog is wonderful too!

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