Monday, 4 June 2012

A Card for Dad & Jubilee Cupcakes

Hello Bank Holiday Monday!!

I hope you are all off & enjoying our day. Please think of me - going to work. The saving Grace of this means I won't have to hear all the screaming 17 year olds at the Evolution Festival. Yesterday OMG they were just walking along the Quayside screaming - at nothing!!!! I am getting old & cranky - oops!

My card to share today is a Right Royal Card for Dad.

I've used the Forever Friends Best of British paper pack & Royal Guard Stamp. Ribbon & jewels from my stash, Epiphany tool has made my embellishment, I colored my image with pro markers & Dad stamp has been decoupaged up - only the d's though!

I'm entering my card into the Simon Says Stamp Challenge - Anything Goes.

At work we are having a Jubilee Buffet. Instead of us running out for lunch we're all bringing in an item, & I made Red, White & Blue cupcakes. Now my red is more pink & the blue is quite turquoise but still I think you can get the idea. There's white cakes, red cakes & blue cakes not just the icing!!! I should've made more with glitter though as they are always the ones that go 1st!

Enjoy your day - whatever you're up too!!! See yous laters x x x x x x


sparklingblackrose said...

Gorgeous and Cupcakes too? You have been busy! Hope you have a lovely break :-) Elaine-xxx-

Mandy said...

Caroline your card is absolutely gorgeous, super cute image and your cupcakes look scrummy.
Thanks for joining us at Simon Says Stamp
hugs Mandy xx

Heather said...

This is gorgeous, A great design, stunning details and that image is just adorable.
Save me a cupcake!!!

Heather xx
Thanks so much for joining the Simon Says Stamp challenge

Berry said...

What a super cute card and wow your cupcakes look scrummy! Hugs Rebekah xx

Sandy said...

Really cute card and delicious looking cupcakes. Just wondering what everyone else brought. Was there any bangers and mash? I do go for banters and mash!!

Dannii said...

Super Card.

I love the red, white and blue in both projects, very British. x