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Friday, February 11, 2011

Cupcake Picture Frame: What to do with all that scrap paper?

Ever wonder what to do with all of those scraps of paper you have left lying around after you make all of those pretty little cards?? 

Well, I have one possible solution!

By the way, this is another blog hijacking by Jalisa's hubby. You all asked for more when I hijacked this blog last time and posted the Valentine's Day Card (Click Here to see), so I decided I'd let you see more...

First off, don't forget to participate in the weeklyLINK-UP PARTIES here on Patches of Pink! It goes every Thursday through Sunday. Even I like to see what everyone is creating!


I saw an idea like this over on The Idea Room. I decided that butterflies weren't my thing, but I was sure I could find some really cool punch that Jalisa and I both liked. So off to Walmart we went to pick up a white frame, and then off to Joann's to find a punch. Jalisa even trusted me to go in alone and pick out the punch! Can you believe it? To surprise her I came out with 2 instead of 1!! haha. I got Jalisa a butterfly punch since I knew she would really like that, but I liked the cupcake punch, not to mention that I was feeling creative and I was like, "I could make the cupcake tops be different colors and all of the bottoms the same!"


Recipe:
  1. Place your white or cream cardstock behind your frame matting. Tape it there.
  2. Measure your punch that you are going to use and then measure and mark where you are going to place each punch in each row, etc.
  3. Pick your scraps and start punching!! Watch the paper fly everywhere!
  4. Attach your cute little punch outs to the cardstock with pop dots.
  5. You're done!!
I forgot to take pictures of the process of making the home decor item, so instead I took a picture of the pop dot mess...


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30 comments:

  1. This is darling...and I love cupcakes...so this is up my alley and the butterfly is also another favorite so that gives me an idea...thanks for the inspiration! :)

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  2. This is one of my favorite crafts on the blog so far. Such a good idea. Good job B.

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  3. Ooooo I love that, what patience you have..LOL Love Love it!! :) Great Job

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  4. Absolutely A-DOR-A-BLE! I've loved the butterflies I've seen, but this is fabulous!!! But I have a boy -- I'm not sure he would go for it. Thanks for sharing ... I'll be linking. And please come join my link party anytime!

    http://childmade.com/index.php?name=Shared%20links

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  5. I love this idea! It turned out absolutely charming.

    I'm bummed that I just missed your link party this week.

    Megan
    craftycpa.blogspot.com

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  6. I LOOOOOVE this! This is definitely my favorite specimen art so far - the different cupcake tops and bottoms are just so cute!

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  7. Who makes this punch? I like this project! GREAT job!! It's gorgeous!

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  8. SUPER-cute! I need to think of a way to incorporate this idea into my daughter's upcoming cupcake themed 5th birthday party. Great work. Love it!
    jamie @ backlessshirt.blogspot.com

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  9. This is so cute! I love it! I may have to make one for my daughter for her birthday!

    http://carriscraftingcorner.blogspot.com

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  10. Thanks for linking up, love it. Would love it if you grabbed my party button so others can join in the fun :). Thanks.

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  11. This is so cute!! I love cupcakes so I of course think this is awesome!

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  12. So darling! I am your newest follower :)

    <3

    Risa

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  13. I'm crazy in love with this!

    It's now on my to-do list for my cupcake craft room! :D

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  14. Gasp! I adore cupcakes. Who makes the punch?

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  15. That cupcake art is beautiful and looks delicious. :o)

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  16. The punch is made by Fiskars. Hope that helps!

    http://patchesofpink.com

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  17. OH my gosh, that's just way too cute! I think I'll try this for Easter, using Easter eggs in various scrap paper!

    Tracy http://allthumbscrafts.blogspot.com

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  18. I LOVE this project! I am so in the mood to create one now. I love how you can use scraps to make all those tops. I bet there are so many other ways to incorporate this idea. I am getting ready to go thru my punches to see if I have any that will work. If not, off to the store I go!

    Thanks,
    Georgiana

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  19. Love, love, love this. I made a butterfly specimen project like this a couple of years ago, but the cupcakes? So cute!!!

    So stumbling this...

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  20. I am SO going to do this! Just adorable... maybe I can find an ice cream punch too?

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  21. This is wonderful. I am definitely going to make one!!

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  22. I hope you don't mind, but I'm totally going to scraplift this and make my own version for my sister. She's a baker, and I could totally picture something like this in her kitchen! Thanks for the inspiration!!!

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  23. Yeah, perfect spec. art for the kitchen! Good luck with OMTWI!

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  24. Completely adorable!! Thanks for auditioning for OMTWI! Be sure to put the button in your post or sidebar to be eligible! :)

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  25. Cute! Thanks for auditioning for American Crafter- good luck:)

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  26. You got one creative hubby! I saw your submission to American Crafter and almost died because this was so cute! I'm a new follower- #502! :) :)

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  27. So cute! I will be sharing a link on my blog tomorrow!

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