Saturday, 1 October 2011

Food glorious food at Sir Stampalot

Hi There! It's the first of the month again and time for a new Stampalot challenge. Our theme for October is 'Food, glorious food!'. Well, you know me and baking, so I set to and made...
A cupcake box! How do you know a cup cake will fit in it?...
Look carefully...
And there it is!
Now, I'm afraid I got a bit carried away, cos I went on to make...
A cookie bag as well! The gorgeous papers that I used for both of these projects was a 6 x 6 pad from Kaiser Craft called the Devonshire collection. I also distressed all the edges with walnut stain distress ink. I used a variety of nesties and the Hero Arts leaf flourish, along with waltzing mouse stamps on the cookie bag. My rose was made using Brenda's tutorial and the leaves are a woodware punch.
After that I still didn't stop, but made just a couple of tiny additions...
The stamp is a Paula Pascual one from the filled with flowers set (£4.99 - an absolute bargain!) and the nestie is Blossom 3, stuck onto a cocktail stick.
And finally the prize...
What a lot of yummy goodies, eh?

Do pop over to the Challenge blog to see my fellow teamies fabulous creations for lots of lovely inspiration!
Thanks for looking!

19 comments:

  1. what a super collection of goodies...including the cupcakes!

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  2. Great idea, Sally and a gorgeous box. Lovely cupcakes, too - trouble is, they're far too addictive... x

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  3. Hi Sally,
    Scrumptious creation, I love this set and the design looks fabulous.
    Happy crafting
    Tracy x

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  4. Gosh, you HAVE been busy! These are great and I'm sure they taste great too! Ruth x

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  5. A really great idea Sally especially when you seem to be the queen of cupcakes.
    A lovely box and very yummy looking cakes.
    Hugs, Fliss xx

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  6. What a fabulous post; so many lovely goodies to see! Just gorgeous Sally! xx

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  7. Love your take on the theme Sally.

    I'd better not tell Eddy you make Earl Grey cup cakes, that's his fav tea.

    B x

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  8. you are the cupcake queen Sally, your projects are just gorgeous as are those yummy cakes!!

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  9. These are brilliant Sally. What a great way to display a cupcake! I love the cookie bag too.
    Hugs, Clare x

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  10. Hi Sally...what a great ideas, and super cupcakes too.
    Debbie x

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  11. Now you're just showing off, Sally!!!Lol.
    What a glorious collection of cupcake accessories, they show your yummy creations off to perfection.
    Hugs Lisax

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  12. Wonderful box and fantastic cupcakes Sally.

    Hugs
    Anke

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  13. These are fabulous creations Sally, and the cupcakes look delicious too x

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  14. fabulous!! makes me hungry!!
    ((Lyn))

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  15. Now how did I know there would be a cupcake in that box Sal?

    Beautiful work as always .. .. loving the cupcake and the box!!!! As well as the cookie bag.

    Love Jules xx

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  16. What a great design - you are such an inspiration! Vx

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  17. Wow love that box how did you do it ! is it a die cut ? the cup cakes look fabulous too very yummy. You certainly went the whole hog here , everything looks and `i bet tastes divine.

    Marie

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  18. Ooooh Sally - what fabulous cupcakes! Love the cupcake box and cookie bag. Gorgeous Rose too.
    Not long to Half Term - bet you're looking forward to it?
    Have a happy week - hugs, Sylvia xxx

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  19. What brilliant ideas these are Sally! The cupcake box is my particular favourite but I might be swayed by the sight of that gorgeous cupcake inside, lol! Don't forget I have tasted your fab baking ;)

    Hugs
    Lesley Xx

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