Practicing Creativity

Birthday Card with Di's Digi Stamps High as a Cupcake Digital Stamp

Cupcake digital stamp, colored with Luminance pencils, by Paperesse.

I haven't made a slimline card in a while so I decided to whip one up for a friend's upcoming birthday. I chose the same no-brand dies I used on this feminine, floral slimline card. The stamp is my new High as a Cupcake digi from Di's Digi Stamps, picked up during her recent Winter 50% off sale. I must have snagged it at just the right time as I see in searching for a link that it's now retired.  

Patterned paper is Max Bringmann's Charming paper pad. Enamel dots give a bit of bling.

Supply List
Paper – cardstock, Max Bringmann Charming paper pad
Digital stamp – Di's Digi Stamps High as a Cupcake (retired)
Dies – no-brand Happy Birthday and slimline card
Embellishments – enamel dots
Caran d'Ache Luminance 901 pencils
Art-n-Fly white pen
Unipin .05 black fine line pen

I'm linking up with: Little Red Wagon #739 – Sentimental You!, Di's Digi Designs Challenge 19/01 – Anything New,  Allsorts Challenge Week 764 – ATG, Polkadoodles Wk 3 – ATG, and Creative Knockouts #513 – Lots of Layers.


  1. Lovely card, I love the paper pieced sentiment. Thank you for joining in the Allsorts Challenge this week.
    Liz xx

  2. Thank you for sharing this super, paper pieced card with us at Allsorts this week. Sarah

  3. Your combination of dies and papers with a lovely layout makes for a special card. Thanks for sharing with us at Allsorts.

  4. Wonderful card, Shani! I especially love the paper pieced sentiment and the pretty colours. Thanks for joining us at Little Red Wagon.

  5. Such a darling, darling card, Shani! So glad you were able to snag that sweet image before it retired too!


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