Purple cupcakes & a card

I made this card for a 21st Birthday using a Freebie image by Saturated Canary.  I coloured the image with the following Promarkers:

  • Cool Grey 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 & Black
  • Lavender, Lilac & Amethyst
  • Dusky Pink & Ivory for the skin

I embellished ith with ribbon, card candi, glossy accents, stickles and die cuts from the Cricut Cartridge Ashlyn’s Alphabet.

I am entering this card into the Saturated Canary Challenge Black, White & one other

 

 

This luck girl also got half a dozen cupcakes to go with her card.  This is my second attempt at using Marshmallow Fondant and my tappits letter/number stencils.  Making marshmallow fondant seems to be easier than making any other type of material for decorating cakes such as flower paste or gum paste.  I find it works well for cutting.  I also used a butterfly cutter and embossing sheets that came free with a Cake Decorating Magazine.

 

Thanks for stopping by.  I’d love it if you could leave a comment.

Dee

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3 thoughts on “Purple cupcakes & a card

  1. Lou July 29, 2012 at 3:48 pm Reply

    oooh thats so pretty!!
    Thank you so much for sharing it with us over on the saturated canary challenge blog
    hugs Lou xx

  2. Bev July 31, 2012 at 8:52 pm Reply

    Fabulous cakes and card! Thanks so much for joining in with the Saturated Canary challenge this time x

  3. Caz August 1, 2012 at 10:53 am Reply

    Gorgeous card, love the black and white with purple colour combo. Thanks for joining our Saturated Canary Challenge.
    Caz
    x

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