Surprise! MFT has a new Icing On The Cupcake Card Kit available, and it’s a cute one! Here’s a picture of the contents:
I have two cards to share, using this kit.
I started with the background. I blended a soft rainbow of ink colors over the Sprinkles Stencil, then added a thin layer of Translucent Embossing Paste before removing the stencil. I cleaned the stencil with soapy water, and put the panel aside to dry.
Meanwhile, I used the card stock in the kit to die-cut the cupcakes. I used Copic Marker C0 to add shade in the creases of the frosting. once the panel was dry, I die-cut a frosting window, and attached a cupcake shaker pouch. I filled the pouch with sprinkles, then used pattern paper to close it. I adhered the panel to a card base, and added the cupcakes. I trimmed the edges, and finished the card with a white heat-embossed sentiment.
My next card features frosted cupcakes!
I smeared a scoop of Ranger Embossing paste onto a craft sheet, then colored the paste with a drop of liquid watercolor. I die-cut four icing tops out of white heavy weight card stock, then used the negative die-cut as a stencil. I frosted the icing cuts with 4 different colors. I let the card stock dry for several hours. Once dry, I assembled the card.
To assemble the slim line card, I blended Cotton Candy and Pineapple ink onto white card stock. I trimmed the panel, and stamped the sentiment. I added the cupcakes with thin foam squares, and die-cut cherries. I added shimmer and shine to the cherries with a shimmer pen and Crystal Glaze. I wanted to add one last element to the frosting to finish the card. I added a thin line of Ranger Multi Media Matte to the bottom of each frosting, and poured Distress Clear Rock Candy glitter over the glue. Once dry, I tapped off the rest of the glitter.
Be sure to visit the MFT Stamps Blog for more details about the kit, and Design Team tips and ideas. Thanks for stopping by!