Cupcake Cards

I made some cupcake cards using the same cupcake crates set for the treat containers. I made them smaller than an A2 size since I wanted to fit 2 on a letter size paper. I made one to write on for my friend and one for her to give away.

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Beginnings of a Birthday Card

Today since I’m off work, I plan to get lots of things done around the house…. AND my mother in law’s birthday card. I originally saw this card idea by Jacqueline DeGroot on Pintrest, pinned, repinned and copied about a million times, but I was finally able to get the original source, (although unable to find it on her blog).

This is my inspiration:

And here’s what I’m going with:
I hope my mother in law likes it! Now, if I only had some spanish sentiment stamps! 


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My first invitations.

I am in charge of several things for our church and I just love using my Cameo to make little projects.

We are starting a couples life group in a few weeks and my friend asked me to make some personalized invitations for some couples.

Since I have never done invitations, I bought the Elegant Invitations bundle from SVG Cuts. It’s so easy to use and has like 5 different beautiful templates. I used the Classic template for this card and sized it down so I could make more than 1 per 12×12 piece of cardstock.

::Freebie:: From the Silhouette Blog

This week, the freebie on the Silhouette America blog is one of the prettiest I’ve seen! I REALLY love modern designs and cannot do big frilly cards. I can think of SO many cute things to do with this design. Hope you love it as much as I did. I can’t wait to make something with it!

You can get it on the Silhouette Blog here.

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Lettering Delights – Cupcake Crates

For my next project I thought I’d get adventurous. I saw these adorable cupcake shaped treat holders on the blog Under A Cherry Tree from Lettering Delights and thought they’d be perfect for our valentines day treat for my Sunday school class I teach at church.

It took some planning, but between the cardstock I already had bought and the new stuff I bought (plus a 20% off coupon the nice lady at michaels applied to my order, everything cost $15).

I cut everything in layers to make it look dimensional and used some pop up adhesive dots on the “front” side of the frosting and heart topper then just a glue stick on the back part.