Cupcake card - Goody Bag Neutral

Chunka 19 May 2017 4 Comments
under 30 minutes None easy Card Making None

The Goody Bag takes the guess work out of pattern matching, but I like to add a little cardstock for mats and to separate the patterns. A touch of crystal glitter glue gives a lovely subtle sparkle to the cupcake which takes center stage.

1. Take a card blank and mat with a slightly smaller piece of checkerboard patterned paper.

2. Cut a 9.5cm square piece of pale pink cardstock and mat with a 8.5cm square piece of grey spot paper. Layer with a 7.5cm square of circle patterned paper and using foam pads adhere the layered square to the center of the card. 

3. Cut a 6.5cm square of pale pink cardstock and mat with a slightly smaller square of heart patterned paper. Using foam pads adhere the square to the center of the card at an angle, as shown on the photo above. 

4. Adhere a large light brown bloom to the center of the card. Die cut a cupcake from pale pink cardstock and adhere to the center of the flower using foam pads. 

5. Coat the top of the cupcake in a thin layer of crystal glitter glue and add a sentiment to the top center of the card and you're finished.

Products used.

Neutral Goody Bag - DCGDB008

First Edition 12 x 12 textured cardstock - FEPAD062

Cupcake Die - DCDIE020


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Like what you have pulled out your goody bag Chunka.



Thanks iccrafter, the patterned papers were really pretty.



Another great design. Simple, yet so effective, and perfect for the pattern matched papers.



Thank you Dido.

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