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Today’s Free For All Challenge (F4A368) on Splitcoast wants us to use a food or a food related image/theme. So I’m going w/ a tasty cupcake!

The cupcake was stamped & colored, then I used parts of 2 greetings and die cut the word “wish” twice & stacked it. After lining it up on the cupcake, I matched the colors & lines so it would blend in. A single candle was fussy cut & I made a small slit to insert it. A dry embossed dk red panel, some stickles & sequins were added to finish.

Here’s a look at the inside & below it are the Copics I used.
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Supplies:

Stamps: DRS Designs-  CupcakeHey Cupcake, Birthday Candle Burst, (inside- Happy Happy Day, Birthday Candle)
Paper: Staples 110# white, dk red
Ink: Memento tuxedo black (inside Memento rhubarb)
Accessories:  Spellbinders A2 matting basics A & B, Font One lower case dies, Copic markers, Cuttlebug embossing folder (birthday wishes combo 37-1162), stickles, sequins

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Christmas Candle Frame 07654
For the Inspiration Challenge (IC521), we are to use a forgotten favorite we have saved. I admit, I had forgotten about the favorite feature on Splitcoast, so my Favorite List is very slim. I did have THIS one from way back & I love the candles so that’s what I picked for my card. 

Instead of a stamp, I used a Christmas Candle die & attached it to a white frame w/ designer paper behind it. The center & right candles just have the dp showing thru, but since the left candle is partly on the frame, I added a piece of dp behind it. I added more of the holly on the upper left & also added some inlay pieces to all the the holly leaves. The Merry Christmas was die cut 3 times & stacked so it would sit up higher on top.

Here’s a look at the inside.
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Supplies:

Stamps: ODBD – (Christmas Tunes –inside greeting)
Paper: Neenah white, bright metallic gold, dp (ODBD – Christmas Collection 2015),
Ink: (inside- Distress ink fired brick)
Accessories: ODBD Flourished Star Pattern,  Christmas CandlesMerry Christmas,  Spellbinders A2 matting basics A & B
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Merry Poinsettia Wreath cu redo 07840
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Today we’re taking another look at the Our Daily Bread designs November release! There are some really fabulous dies & images this month & they work so well with the previous Christmas releases.  Merry Poinsettias retake07870
For my Christmas wreath card, I die cut the large dp layer & the white layer. After edging the white layer w/ a gold paint pen, I attached them together. For the wreath, I die cut a Doily out of white along w/ some Peaceful Poinsettias & Merry Mosaics. I also die cut the two poinsettias out of the same dp I used for the large layer. I used a small circle die for the gold poinsettia centers & I tucked in a few gold branches on the right I die cut using one of the Lovely Leaves dies & a couple of Pinecones on top. I tucked a white die cut Windowsill Candle die cut into the center of the wreath.
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After die cutting one large & one medium bow out of the brushed gold c/s, I though the medium was a tad too small but the bow part looked super on top of the large bow. I also die cut one gold Merry & 3 heavy white Merrys then stacked them together for more dimension. 
Supplies:

Paper: Neenah white, metallic gold, dp (ODBD- Christmas Collection 2015)
Accessories: ODBD- Flourished Star Pattern, Lovely Leaves, Merry Christmas,  Medium Bow, Large Bow, Peaceful Poinsettias, Merry Mosaics, Windowsill Candles, Pinecones, Doily dies,  Spellbinders A2 matting basics A dies (I used the small circle from the Circle Ornament dies for the poinsettia centers). gold Krylon pen

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Here are the fabulous dies & papers I used. 

       

 

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