Welcome one and all to the new stamp release from super lovely Susana’s Custom Art and Card Design, SCACD.
I have the honour of being part of the ‘This and That Collection’ debut today along with the SCACD design team and some special guests. So if you have come here from Kathi’s blog Kat’s Tales of Scrapping and Stamping you are on the right blog hoppity journey. If not, and you want to hop along with the rest of us, then pop over to the start of the hop at Alex’s blog Paper and String.
So let me introduce you to the new SCACD Steampunk Cupcake.
How cool is this stamp? I’ve paper pieced the stamp on patterned paper and added a bit of extra colour with some pencils. Then mounted it on a doily – of course – and a lightly painted canvas board.
*LOVE* It looks so tasty!
All of the new ‘This and That Collection’ stamps have been inspired by things in Susana’s life and then beautifully given life by Artist Carmen Medlin.
There are four ‘Zen Beauties’ stamps and five ‘eclectic fun’ stamps in the collection and Susana has said that if you buy all the Zen Beauties together in one go you will get an accompanying accessory maple seed stamp as a bonus stamp. Oooo!
You can find the new rubber stamps of the ‘This and That Collection’ at SCACD or at Quixotic Paperie.
There are also some digital stamps of Hope, Steampunk Cupcake (the stamp I’ve used above) and Mrs. Bones available at SCACD.
So next on the hop is Miss Alaineous’ Mosaics. But if you get lost along the way then make your way back to the SCACD store blog.
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Wow! Love the texture that the canvas adds! Works perfectly with that awesome steampunk cupcake! Hugs, Cheryl
Brilliant! I LOVE the canvas!! Hugs Delphine xx
What a super image and that canvas background is fabulous.
A great idea using the canvas background and the doily with the Steampunk cupcake. Fabulous coloring too.
Every time I see this post it makes me hungry for cupcakes <3
Thanks for helping out on the Hop 😀
What a fun canvas! The background really makes the cup cake pop! Super idea to paper piece it on fun pattern papers.
I love this Kim! The doily is just perfect to put the cupcake on — yum!
Very unusual image, love your choice of background to go with it.