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Woo hoo! I've never done back-to-back blog hops before but couldn't pass up the chance to join Jane's Bakery blog hop and I'm so honored that I was invited to be a part of it. Thank you, Jane!
Jane Beljo is incredibly talented and she's starting to turn some of her digital stamps into clear rubber! Her Bakery set is the first to be rubberized and can be found in her Etsy shop here and at Jay Gee's Nook.
I used the cute layered cake and dotty border on my card, along with this sketch that was featured in the latest Paper Crafts magazine.
I colored the cake with Copics and applied Glossy Accents to the icing and the cake stand. The label is from Papertrey Ink, and the sentiment is an oldie from Hero Arts.
I tied a bit of dyed seam binding on the card and attached one of Jane's super popular Fimo buttons. Click on the flashing button blinkie on my sidebar to be taken directly to her Etsy store. But you have to be quick (and lucky!) because they sell out as fast as Jane can make 'em.
Here are the list of participants in today's hop:
Donna -- that's me!
Both Jane and Jennifer will be giving away a Bakery clear stamp set so make sure you visit them and leave a comment to win your very own set!
Thanks so much for hopping along with me the past two days. Now head over to Joy's fabulous blog for more Janey inspiration! Enjoy the rest of your weekend!
Stamps: Jane's Bakery set, Hero Arts sentiment
Cardstock: Papertrey Ink
Ink: Papertrey Ink Vintage Cream, Colorbox Chestnut Roan
Paper: from my scrap stash
Other: Copics, Glossy Accents, Papertrey Ink label die, Memories marker, dyed seam binding,
Fimo button by Jane, pop dots, teardrop gemstone