Cupcake Stamp Card Ideas

Darkroom Door - Friday, July 12, 2019

Hi there! We have recently released a new series of Eclectic Stamps! One of the new stamps in this release is the Cupcake

Today we have 3 card ideas to share from Belinda Spencer: 

Belinda has used a monochromatic look to her cards and has paired the Cupcake with the Candles Eclectic Stamp, along with the Chevron Background Stamp and Circle Stencil Set. The sentiment is from the Party Time Stamp Set

This next card is made in the same way, but using pink ink colours with the Splatter Background Stamp and Alphabet Medley Stamp for the sentiment. 

For this card Belinda used all three ink colours on the icing of the cupcake and used the Harlequin Background Stamp and another sentiment from the Party Time Stamp Set

To read more details on how these cards were created, please visit Belinda’s blog post here.  

These are just a few ideas to show how this stamp can be used on your cards! If you’d like to see more Eclectic Stamp projects, check out our Eclectic Stamps Pinterest Board!  

You can find all of the Eclectic Stamps on our website here

Thanks for stopping by the blog today! 


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