Friday, August 14, 2015

Happy Fall #eBrush

I'm ready for Fall. Yes I am, so looking forward to cooler weather and pumpkin everything.  Speaking of pumpkins, let's get to my card.
I cut all the pieces of the Pumpkin Cupcake on white card stock.   I used the Sharpies pictured and Spectrum Noir T3 and T4.  I used the first setting on the eBrush and because the pieces are small, I used washi tape to hold the pieces in place.

I chose not to use the pieces  that make up the cupcake liner.  Instead, I used the cutouts as a stencil.

Here are all my pieces eBrushed ready to be glued down onto the white background. 

I embossed the card base, added a doily and made a slit on the fold to thread the hemp cording.  I used dimensional adhesive to pop the cupcake.

Here's a closer look. I hope my project inspires to use white card stock to create some fun eBrushed color card stock.

Thank you for stopping by today and enjoy your weekend.
Update:  I have entered the food challenge at Double Click's blog.


abusybee - DoubleClick Connections said...

I love this pumpkin cupcake! You should come over and enter into my current food challenge! Carri~Abusybee

Migdalia said...

Very Pretty!!
Have a wonderful day,
Crafting With Creative M

Taunya Butler said...

This is awesomely done and SO YUMMY looking!! Love the Fall season and you have captured it so coolly in this awesome card with your lovely cupcake!! SO wonderful!!! So very glad you joined us for the Food Challenge over at DoubleClick!! We are so glad you linked up with us!! Hope to see you again soon!!!
Taunya Butler
DoubleClick Design Team

Kim Heggins said...

What a fabulous card and I just love that you showed us how you made it. So perfect for fall! Thanks for joining us at DoubleClick Skittles.

DoubleClick Skittles DT

Kathy Salido said...

Such a pretty card, love the ebrushing!!

Scrapper69 said...

Such a pretty card!

Oh how CUTE! Makes me smile! :)

Theresa’s Crafty Creations

Lori m said...

This is so cute, I love the brushed coloring, what a pretty look that adds to your project.

Hugs, Lori m