Let Me Call You Cupcake

Hello Everyone
I know, St. Valentine’s Day has now passed by but I had this post drafted so decided to go ahead and share it with you anyway.  To wait another 12 months seems an awful long time!
When I do vintage it is usually  vintage, meaning faded colours, torn and tattered lace but this time I am dipping my toes into a slightly more Retro vintage feel for a fun Valentine cupcake!
Redlead Paperworks not only stock amazing stamps and stencils, they also have an abundance of collage sheets covering different themes and styles. When I received some of their Valentine Cupcake collage sheets (link below) I knew they would be fun to play with even though I would be working with slightly bolder colours to what I prefer.
Redlead Supplies
Cupcake Collage Sheet No. 10 Valentine Cupcakes
Ancestors Collage Sheet No. 8
Valentine Rubber Stamp – Little Labels

Valentine Rubber Stamp – I Came To Enquire
Valentine Rubber Stamp – Romanticism In Art
cupcakeonelynnemoncrieffA cupcake on stand makes this a fun alternative to a Valentine card. Tucked into a wooden frame, given  a lovely Liquid Glass treatment, are a couple from one of Redlead’s collage sheets.  I wanted dimension and fun elements on this cupcake, such as the pompom trim.cupcaketwolynnemoncrieff A gathering of stamped images declaring their adulation for one another.cupcakethreelynnemoncrieffI played around with one of the Redlead stamps to create my own sentiment.
All cupcakes should have a topping – here, a small wooden heart painted and then some Liquid Glass.
cupcakefourlynnemoncrieffNow, I would say that needs to be a line drawn under all things Valentine!
Many thanks for your visit.
Wishes
Lynne

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14 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. somefromnone
    Feb 15, 2016 @ 01:07:17

    What a lovely cupcake with pom poms to boot! Such great projects. Looks like you really enjoyed it. Love the retro feel. Love your title too!

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  2. sharon
    Feb 15, 2016 @ 04:25:15

    That is fantastic – so much fun and LOVE the pinks!!! Perfect!

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  3. craftytrog
    Feb 15, 2016 @ 07:50:09

    Wonderfully romantic! xx

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  4. Avril
    Feb 15, 2016 @ 07:51:37

    What a fun shape and perfect for Valentine’s
    Love all the little details you’ve added, especially the pompom trim.
    Avril xx

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  5. butterfly
    Feb 15, 2016 @ 09:50:00

    Definitely a retro feel – down to the shape of the frame of the photo, which feels like a 1960s TV screen! Fabulous bold colours and a fun look.
    Alison xx

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  6. Corrie
    Feb 15, 2016 @ 14:14:10

    I think this is wonderful and I love the addition of the pompons. The colours might be bolder than you prefer but you did a great job with them ! Fabulous !
    Corrie x

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  7. Gerrina
    Feb 15, 2016 @ 16:23:42

    A fun one and cheerfull in all the red and pink! You really have been bussy! Hugs, Gerrina

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  8. Anne R
    Feb 15, 2016 @ 17:25:29

    This really is a fun alternative to a Valentine card, I just love the red and pink mix and It was such a fin idea to add the little stand for the cupcake too. The pom poms are a delightful addition! Apologies for being missing, hopefully back now… Hugs, Anne xx

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  9. Julie Lee
    Feb 15, 2016 @ 19:52:44

    What a cute, vintage alternative to the conventional Valentine! This creation reminds me of old movies from my childhood and the optimistic world of the late ‘forties and ‘fifties! I love the red, the polka dots and the poms-poms! xx

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  10. pearshapedchris
    Feb 15, 2016 @ 22:15:10

    Oh what fun this is! A really great retro feel to it! Hugs, Chrisx

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  11. coco
    Feb 18, 2016 @ 06:47:05

    Oh, this is a very cute Valentine’s make!!! 😀
    Well done with all your readlead supplies!!
    Hugs xxx

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  12. Samantha Read
    Feb 19, 2016 @ 13:19:46

    Totally gorgeous!
    I love your art Lynne whether you are working with lovely muted tones or eye popping brights like this. Either way it’s a real treat visiting your blog.
    Big hugs xx

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  13. Sharon Bruner
    Feb 19, 2016 @ 13:53:13

    What fun! I, too, love Red Lead stamps and collage elements. What an adorable tribute to the love of this fun couple. I love the bright reds you have used with this darling cupcake. You have also put together a very sweet sentiment with those Red Lead words. Thanks again, Lynne, for sharing an inspiring work! Cheers! inkybru xx

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  14. Jackie P Neal
    Feb 20, 2016 @ 12:27:12

    how sweet and lovely is this! I do love that you added a base to your cupcake-very clever!
    Warmly,Jackie

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