We had so much fun last month when Liz Qualman was our guest designer ... we knew we were going to miss her when the month ended! So we sent her some Cupcake Love and asked her to play! We are having so much fun with this collection in all of its glittery pink sweetness! We were going to share these to post next week but we just couldn't wait! (And I'm hoping Liz sends more for me to share next week anyway...)
Liz has an adorable little daughter who LOVES to shop! When I told her we were sending the collection her way, she told me she knew exactly what she was going to do for her first layout...but I'll let her tell the story!
One of the things I love about Valentine Collections is how you can stretch the theme of love into many aspects of your life. The Cupcake Love collection is one of those wonderful lines that you can create almost any theme and the bright, fun colors are perfect for pages about the sweeties in your life. My daughter is such a "little" consumer, that I had to make a project about her shopping addiction. She will save all of her allowance and "borrow" all of the spare change she can scrounge up in the house to save enough money to go on a shopping spree. Thus the title, "Real Cupcakes Love to Shop."
For the title I used a combination of the Cupcake Love cardstock stickers and the banners from the Heart Cut Out Sheet with Glitter. Together with some smaller alphabets, it makes are really fun title.
The Heart Stick Pins and Layered felt sliders really add some great texture to the page as well as a soft accent. I am in love with the details on these sweet little cupcakes. They were a perfect embellishment for the theme of my page.
Talk about fun! The Epoxy Sprinkle Stickers will make you giggle as you apply them to your project. I thought the best part of this "sweet" project was to add some Sprinkles on top. Even though it looks like I used up all of my stash, the truth is I have over half of the package left for yet another yummy project.
Thanks so much, Liz, for another awesome project! Can't wait to see what other confections you come up with for us! Don't forget you can find Liz's blog at lizqualman.blogspot.com!