In addition to our regular Friday sketch I have the inside scoop on the upcoming BossKut CHA Summer releases!
Cupcakes are all the rage these days! I even hear they are the popular choice at weddings! Our friends at BossKut have created the most adorable cupcake wrappers you can use to decorate your cupcakes for ANY occasion! The first two I'm about to show you were created by BossKut designer Terri Mouw.
This is the Circles Wrapper and it has a nice scallop edge finish.
This is one of the Heart Wrappers. I love how they pop out! I have to tell you, Terri made the cupcake in these pics. Not by baking it but she actually made it using plaster! She used her Copic airbrush system to apply the color onto it after it dried. Doesn't it look real?!
I used the Straight Edge Wrapper along with the BossKut Pirate Flag for this one.
I am SO going to do these for my son's next birthday!
Here is the second Heart Wrapper. This one also has a scallop edge and the hearts are completely cut out. You could leave it open or do like I did and layer the straight edge one behind it. I used double-sided paper and added back in a few of the hearts that had been cut out.
BossKut will be releasing these in WPC, GSD, and AI digital formats on their website, BossKut Designs, soon! They will also be released in die format at the upcoming CHA Summer. Most all of BossKut's dies are also available in digital format so be sure to check out their site! Thanks Terri and BossKuts for sharing your releases with us!
Last week I showed you another sketch from Veronica. Our friend, Gemiel sent us this layout she created based on that sketch.
Gemiel used the Quickutz Scallop Border, Easter Basket and Stardust font. I love the shimmer of the bling cardstock! Thanks for sharing your layout with us Gemiel!
And, here's this week's sketch.
This sketch is one of the new May sketches from Page Maps.
Here's Jenn's take on the sketch...
She used the Quickutz Nesting Labels, Revolution Flower and the 2x2 Bee.
And here's Veronica's...
She used the new Revolution Champagne, the Bouquet alphabet for the "Mr." and "Mrs." and Magnolia for the "&".
Check out what Jenn did with the Revolution Wedding Dresses and the retired 2x2 Dolls.
Isn't that cool? They fit together perfectly! You could use these not only for wedding but also for Prom and dress up pages too!
Wow! That was alot to take in! We're glad you stopped by today! While you're here leave us a comment and let us know what you think of the new Cupcake Wrappers! Have a wonderful weekend and we'll see you back here Monday!