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Rainbow Cupcake Slimline

Hey everyone, it's Julianne here and I'm back today sharing how I created this rainbow cupcake slimline card featuring products from My Favorite Things. I can't get enough of these adorable cake and cupcake images from the All the Cupcakes stamp set, they are just adorable illustrations. 


I started out by using the Slimline Card Series: Stitched Card Panels and Windows die set to die cut some Xpress It Blending cardstock so that I could stamp all the cupcake images in the All the Cupcakes stamp set to create my cupcake background. I stamped all my images using some Memento Tuxedo Black Ink so I could do some copic coloring today. 

Once I had all my stamping and coloring done, I used the same die set to die cut some black color cardstock but I used the larger die so that way I would have a nice border around my card. I adhered them together using liquid adhesive. Now for my rainbow background, I used the Birthday Bright Paper Pad and used two sheets of the rainbow striped pattern paper and trimmed them down to fit my slimline cardbase and adhered them using more liquid adhesive. 

To watch how this card came together, you can watch below of in HD on YouTube.


I want to thank you all for stopping by and spending sometime with me, I hope you enjoyed my card. Make sure to check out the rest of the design team and all their amazing creations for even more inspiration. Happy Crafting and see you next month!

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