Friday, November 1, 2019

STAMPlorations November Theme & Photo Prompt Challenge!

 Hello and welcome crafty friends!
It's November 1st (Where is this year going?!), and time for
As shown above in the graphic, Shery has provided this lovely 
image as your inspiration, and the theme is stamps & circles.
For my card, I've used just the theme this time:

Here's the inside:

The background panel was made by sponging a couple ink colors using the
The cupcake image, from the A Snarky Birthday To You stamp set was
colored with Spectrum Noir markers, cut out in a circle die, as was the matte
behind it, and the flame was given a bit of Crystal Stickles for some sparkle.
While that dried, I added the Happy Birthday sticker from the 
Just Everyday Greetings clear sticker pack to a bit of card stock, trimmed,
and adhered the cupcake and sentiment with foam squares.
I used a sentiment from the Birthday Bash set on the inside of my card.
Who doesn't love cupcakes and confetti?!! LOL!

I hope that you get a chance to play along this month at the
There are, of course, plenty of chances to win some crafty goodness
if you link up! Simply check out the main blog
for all the details.
Also, if you find the uncontrollable urge to do some shopping,
you can use my personal discount code,


for an extra 20% off your order! Score!
Thanks for visiting, I hope you have a fantastic day!

Stamps: STAMPlorations - A Snarky Birthday To You, Birthday Bash
Ink: Memento - Lilac Posies, Grape Jelly, Tuxedo Black
Accessories: ARTplorations - Dots All Over and Confetti Circles stencils; STAMPlorations - Just Everyday Greetings clear stickers; Spectrum Noir markers; GC; SB - Standard Sm & Lg Circle Nesties; Ranger - Crystal Stickles; Sakura - Silver Gelly Roll pen; MISTI
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, Thin 3D & 3D foam squares


  1. Simple-eeeee so sweet and yummy looking Chris. Super colours and that background is fantabulous. Wish I had one of these cupcakes now as I am about to have a coffee break. Lip lickin' stuff!

  2. Love the background, it looks like a designer paper, plus it matches the cupcake!


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