Tuesday, October 2, 2012

My Creative Time- Show Me Your Technique


Beary Pink Mini Cupcake...

Happy Tuesday and Welcome to another "Show Me Your Technique" with My Creative Time and some of the Design Team Members. If you are coming from Nikki aka Scrappin' Navy Wife, then you are in the right spot. If you have not started from the beginning, then head on over to My Creative Time. This past Friday, we had a Beary Speacial Surprise from Emma. She realeased a Beary FUN stamp set. Well, for my project, I made some Beary Cute Baby Shower Themed Treats. Quite a bit of you asked how I did my Faux Mini Cupcake. So, today I will be showing how I made the Mini Cupcake. Since, this month is Breast Cancer Awareness, I thought this was the perfect time to use My Pink Ribbon Paper.

 


 
Mini Cupcake measures about 2 inches in diameter.


Cut a piece of Printed Cardstock 1 1/8"X 5". 
 
Pass it through the Crimping Machine diagonally.
Adhere each end with strong adhesive to make a mini cup.
 

Cut a 4" diameter circle out of felt, quilt batting, or fabric.

 
Stitch thread 1/4" from the circle edge.
 
Place three good size Cotton Balls in the center of the circle.
 
Pull on the thread until the circle closes up into a ball. Knot the thread and cut.


 
Cut one circle 2" and inside is cut 1/2" smaller. The next circle will be cut 1 3/4" and the inside of that circle is cut 1/2" smaller. The smallest circle is cut a 3/4".

The small circle is will be cut free handed with scissors to make a small spiraled circle.
 
Adhere circles to Felt ball.

Adhere Felt Ball to the mini cup.
And there you have the cutest Mini Cupcake!

 
 
Thank You So Much For Stopping By! I hope to see you tomorrow for 3-D Wednesday with My Creative Time and Design Team Members. Have a beautiful week!
 
Show Me Your Technique Mini Blog Hop Line-Up:
 

Emma ~ http://creativetimeforme.com

 
 

 
 
 
 


21 comments:

  1. Wow great idea i love it!!! :)

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  2. How cute and clever! I love this mini cupcake, thanks for showing us how to make one!

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  3. Always amazing the things that can be made.

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  4. WOW, that is adorable, thanks for the tutorial on making them. Yours is beautiful.

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  5. Great tutorial. I'd seen this on your beary blog hop and wondered how you did it. Easy to follow instructions. TFS --C

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  6. Nice job showing how you made your cute cupcakes. So cute how you stamped a ribbon on your bear. Great project :D
    quilt 4 fun 2 at hot mail dot com

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  7. Rosy, this is the cutest mini cup cake!! I love it! you did an awesome job!!
    thanks for sharing

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  8. Wow! What a fabulous idea! This project is just the cutest! And I love that you incorporated Breast Cancer Awareness into your project!

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  9. I am SOOO HAPPY HAPPY that you did this as your technique! I was trying to study how you did it when I saw it on Friday! lol.... This is a GREAT project & I just LOVE it! Thank you for a great tutorial! BIG HUGS!;)

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  10. This is ADORABLE and oh so clever. Thanks for the clear and perfect step by step tutorial. Hugs- Glora

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  11. A fabulous and fun idea!Great tutorial!TFS
    Migdalia

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  12. O-M-GEEE! Thanks for sharing the step-by-step tutorial. I Will be trying this for sure. Smooches...

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  13. Wow.. just in time for my Birthday.. ) I am so going to make these fun decorations for my table.. :) of course they need to be halloween designed but paper can do wonders.. :) thanks for showing the steps to do this wonderful Cupcake.. :)

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  14. What a fun and pretty project. Thanks for the detailed tutorial.

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  15. What a beautiful project! Thank you so much for sharing your technique with us...LOVE it!!!

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  16. GREAT project idea Rosy!Thanks for sharing the step-by-step,GORGEOUS!!!

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  17. oh rosy, thank you for sharing this with us!

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  18. Rosy, you are so clever. Thank you for this great idea!

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  19. Adorable!
    Miranda :)
    www.nanasscrapspot.com

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  20. What a neat idea! These will be fun to whip up with my daughters. Thanks for the wonderful tutorial.

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  21. Rosy ~ OMG! this is just ADORABLE and Thank You for letting us all know how you did this! I just think this is just PERFECT for so many occassions! WOW! So little sewing too! We all know how I run from sewing and thread! But these seem rather easy even for me!!! Well I ADORE these and can't wait to give these CUTIES a try!!

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