Thursday, November 8, 2018

Whipping Up Fun! ~ TupeloDesignsLLC

Hello~  Are you getting ready to do some holiday baking?  Today's cards should have you whipping up fun for any occasion!
 I used the What's Cooking die from Spellbinders to make this fun, retro inspired card.  I cut the mixer out of pink cardstock and added the detail to the mixer using distress ink while the die cut was still in the metal die.  

The cherries are from Spellbinders Market Fresh, Aren't You Sweet set.  

Here's another card I whipped up for you for further inspiration.  I added an Elizabeth Craft Designs Small Cupcake just for you, because you're worth it!

I hope you're inspired by todays projects.  
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Marcia Hill said...

These are both SOOOO cute Birgit!! I especially like the 2nd card with ALL the bright colors!! And what a cool way to incorporate a recipe card! These will both make someone sure feel special on their birthdays! :0)

Lisa Elton said...

Oh how cute are these! Love the papers on the first and the tab topped panels on both!

Conniecrafter said...

very cute and fun cards, like the whipping up sentiments to go with your retro mixers!!

Patti said...

Just plain SWEET! I'm with Lisa the papers you selected are perfect!! Brilliant idea on the recipe card theme! : )

Donna Phelan said...

Oh YUM! These are soooo sweet, literally! Great designs, beautiful, colors! They are quite HAPPY cards!!!

Unknown said...

love visiting - you inspire me to use my dies!

Kara Lynne said...

Wonderful confectionery cards, Birgit! I love that mixer and how you ink blended it. Your first card looks like it came right out of a charming 1950s farmhouse, and your silver mixing bowls and amazing patterned paper are perfect with the end-product cupcake sitting on the "counter"!