Happy Fri-cake day!

WOW,  this week sure has gone by fast! I am never going to say,  I think that the snow is behind us again! They are calling for up to 4 inches for snow this weekend! BOO HOO!

I have been in my studio working on some card! I really haven’t done any for a while. Last weekend I did a few for the Challenges  at SNR. It was lots of fun and I even WON a prize- not sure what it is yet!


I used one of the medallions I learned to make in my banner and garland class! The background is ecoline inks then a sizzix embossed cupcake that I sanded and then colored with colored pencils and OMS!

Hope everyone has a wonderful weekend!



9 thoughts on “Happy Fri-cake day!”

  1. Very cute… I like all the differents textures and elements (embellishments, stitching) very fun…the colors are warm!

  2. Love it …. Happy Fricake Day … Does this mean it will be snowing when I get home on Monday … yuck!!!

  3. LOVE how you worked on the ecoline background, the sanding and coloring looks fantastic on it. Fabulous card!

  4. This is fantastic. I love all the layers here. Congrats on the win. boo to the snow.

  5. Wowzer, this is gorgeous. I love the dimention you have given it, and of course the orange is my fav! As always, fabulous work gf!



  6. This is one rockin’ cupcake!! Love how its sanded and then colored. Also love the ruffle underneath! :>

  7. Love your cupcake card!!! I’ve been gone for so long, I had to spend a while catching up on all of your projects! I missed some birthdays too. Hope you and Mr. Ink had great days, and I loved the gifts you made for him!!! Sorry I haven’t visited in so long!

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