Stampin up! Inks: Granny Apple Green, lovely lipstick, soft suede, Berry Burst. Lush Pink colour cloud blending ink. Silver and clear embossing powder. Hot glue. White Stamping card. Black memento ink pad, silver gel pen
For more tips on creating with the Sugarspun collection, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/kLs8-V6iBG8.
Fold a 10" x 4.5" piece of white card at 5" to create a card base. Place the largest cupcake die onto the card, over lapping at the top and die cut to create the shaped card. Die cut 2 papers from the paper collection for the front and back of the card and glue onto the card base, trim off the excess paper. Mirror card
Stamp the cupcake in Berry Burst ink onto the flower shaping paper, cover in clear embossing powder, remove excess and heat to set. Water colour the cupcake case in berry burst ink and the cake under the frosting in soft suede ink. Use a sponge to colour the frosting with lush pink colour cloud ink.
Die cut the cupcake and edge the cupcake case with berry burst ink. Spritz the back of the cupcake with water and use the flower shaping tools to shape. Position onto the card base using hot glue. Spread dries white glue onto the edges of the cupcake frosting and cover in frosting powder, remove excess and allow to dry.
Stamp the bow of the cupcake onto yellow paper from the paper collection, die cut and add the cupcake case.
Die cut numbers as follows: 3 x 3's and 3 x 0's, adhere them onto each other to give a firm number and add to the cake using hot glue.
Stamp the confetti in soft suede ink and cover with silver embossing powder, remove excess and heat to set. Die cut the confetti and adhere to the card using hot glue.
Stamp the sentiment in soft suede onto stamping card, cover with clear embossing powder, remove excess and heat to set. Die cut using the smallest arrow die and edge with soft suede ink. Shape and add to the cupcake using hot glue.
Stamp the cherry onto white card using lovely lipstick ink, cover in clear embossing powder and heat to set. Watercolour using the same ink and use the silver gel pen to colour the highlight. Colour the stalk with granny apple green ink. Diecut and shape using the flower shaping tools.
Cover the cherry in 3d crystal lacquer and when dry add to the top of the cake with hot glue.