Hello sweet crafty friends!
Hope you are doing well on this Terrific Tuesdie! For those in the USA and who observe Memorial Day, I hope you had a wonderful holiday!  Today I am sharing a quick and simple card featuring more dies from the New Sweet Treats Release by Cottage Cutz!! Talk about sweet! This set is over the top adorable!  Here is what I created....MAKE SURE YOU GO ALL THE WAY TO THE BOTTOM OF THE POST FOR MY LITTLE EXTRA SOMETHING SPECIAL!!!
Here's a look at my completed card. I started with a horizontal top folding card base. I used some white cardstock for that. I then cut a piece of some colorfully cute patterned paper I had in my stash. I cut it to 4x5.25 for the mat. 

Next I went to work on my cupcakes. I cute them out of white cardstock and then colored them with  my markers. i then mounted them onto a yellow cardstock mat and then mounted those onto the Eyelet Stitched square mats.

I then added some of the adorable little gumballs, jelly beans and candies from the Candy & Gumballs die set. I then also Dressed up my cupcake tops with some stickles.  I used the stardust color so that it would play off the colors underneath it.

Here is a closeup of my other cupcake.

Here is the new sweet treats release.

Sweet Treats Release

The Dies I used to create this project:

Have you checked out the CottageCutz YouTube channel yet? 
It is filling up with beautiful projects and great how-tos!  
Head over and check out the latest video! 

So before I sign off, I just have to share one more thing....

I wanted to share this adorable little "gnome" I made. He is pieced together with all various pieces and parts form several of the dies from the new release. I think he is so stinkin' CUTE!!! You know how it is when you are working and you have parts and pieces strewn about your table and then....SHAZAM! Inspiration strikes!....lol!  Can you guess which pieces are which? Well you have a week to think about it. I will be putting this sweet little fella on a project and then sharing the pieces I used to err...well... "piece" him together...so be sure to come back.. :-)

Well that about covers it for today! Until the next time, have a wonderfully craft-die day!
Melinda Beltran

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