If you’re still holding on to your New Year’s Diet, you might want to skip this post. (Don’t say I didn’t warn you; sweet temptation abounds here!) Today we’re going to look at the “sweet treat” trend. Donuts, cupcakes, and cookies are all big themes right now in the world of paper crafting.
We’ll start our adventure into the land of sugar with some donut cards. There are SO many adorable donut stamps and dies out there, and so many punny sentiments!
I love how Heather used glitter to add sprinkles to her donut. I know the sprinkled donuts usually go first when my family gets together!
Sprinkled with Fun Birthday card by Heather Pulvirenti, courtesy Witty Title Here…
Heather made her own little bakery box for the front of the card with some acetate. The box adds a perfect touch to the theme. I just love the sentiment pun!
Donut Know card by Heather Ruwe, courtesy Handmade by Heather
The play on words with Stephanie’s card makes me start humming in my head. The donut with the sunglasses matches the sentiment really well. the bright colors of the donut paper are so much fun.
Donut Stop Believing card by Stephanie Severin, courtesy Ingenious Inkling
The donut on Lisa’s card is so cute and simple. Her use of a tag as a background anchor is so simple and effective. (I am in strong agreement with the sentiment on this card!)
Life is Short card by Lisa Henke, courtesy My Little Creative Escape
Sheila’s idea for producing a card that looks like an Oreo is so much fun! I would never have thought to use a damask embossing folder to create the texture of an Oreo.
Oreo card by Sheila Bennett, courtesy Sheila’s Stamping Stuff
If you’re more of a classic chocolate chip cookie sort of person, this card is right up your alley. Lori’s card reminds us that milk and chocolate chip cookies belong together, just like the recipients of this card!
You Belong Together card by Lori Tecler, courtesy inking aloud
This adorable card by Emily reminds us that buying cupcakes is very similar to buying happiness. The little polaroid frames and word bubbles are so cute! I really like the different cupcakes she has in the background, too.
You Can Buy Cupcakes card by Emily Leiphart, courtesy Art from the Heart
Di made this great pop-up card in a box with cupcakes that would be such a treat to receive. I really like the color scheme she uses among all of the cupcakes.
Make a Wish pop-up card by Diane Barnes, courtesy colour me happy
Last but not least, we certainly need to give a nod to the supplies and appliances that help us produce such wonderful sweet treats! Nancy’s card is so adorable and includes some new stamps and dies from Lawn Fawn that will be available in a few short days.
Baked with Love card by Nancy Krueger, courtesy Happy Heart Studio
Debby created the background for this card with individual stamps. It looks like pre-printed paper! The hearts on each item add such a cute touch.
Recipe for Love card by Debby Hughes, courtesy lime doodle design
Papertrey Ink just released this brand new set of thirteen different cupcake images. Just think of all the creating you could do with these options!
Baker’s Dozen Collection by Papertrey Ink
In case you’re more interested in baking some real food, Lawn Fawn is going to be soon releasing these cute cupcake wrapper dies. Just think how well your parties can coordinate now!
Cupcake Wrappers by Lawn Fawn
I have good news for you; you’ve made it through this entire post and not gained a single calorie by reading it! I hope you have found some great new sweet ideas for your next project.