Donut worry




Donut worry...it's the weekend...

I couldn't resist...sorry!

Playing in a couple of challenges today with this "sweet" card.

Using this sketch as inspiration from Reverse Confetti:


White background was embossed with a folder. Large chevrons were die cut as was the donut.
I used Amplify! White on the donut, then heat set for its magical powers. I added the darling sprinkles and coated the whole thing with Pico Shimmer....it looks good enough to eat!


Challenges Entered:
Reverse Confetti  -  Sketch
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday  -  Anything Goes

   

Let's go Shopping:
Reverse Confetti:  Triple Chevies die, Circle Garland die, Donut you Know stamp and die set
We R Memory Keepers:  Woven embossing folder
Imagine Crafts featuring Tsukineko:  VersaMark ink, White embossing powder, White Amplify!, irRESISTible Pico Shimmer
Pretty Pink Posh:  Bronze sequins


Thanks so much for stamping by....




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6 comments

maureen said...

This card is brilliant! the woven embossing folder is clean, simple but makes the card pop! And tell me you didn't use real sprinkles on your card, they look fantastic! And how did you ever so perfectly ice your donut? Wow, this card really blows me away. Thanks for the inspiration!

Karen Ashbrook said...

Great card, that donut is brilliant. Karen x

Lin said...

This looks good enough to eat, Penny! Love your design! Thanks for playing along with us at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge!

~amy~ said...

Definitely DELISH!
Thanks for playing with us at SFYTT!

Taunya Butler said...

SUPER yummy and awesome times amazing!!! Love the detail on that donut - yummy enough to eat!!! Way to go!!

Kathy said...

Absolutely Adorable, I'm loving that Donuts set more every time I see a card with it! I like the blue colors you used.

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