Cupcake Card

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Leisure Arts sent me their Edible Wonders Color Art book and 30-Pack Premium Colored Pencils to try out. Let me say, I love them both! It was hard to decide what page to color first, but the cupcakes and ice cream jumped out at me. (No surprise there.) I love the colored pencils - so smooth, and with vibrant color. 

I turned my finished coloring page into this card:

You could make a card like this with literally any coloring book. It's one of my favorite way to use completed coloring pages. This card works for a birthday or other celebration, a thank you (just write or stamp 'You're So Sweet!' on the inside, or just to say hi. 


Cupcake Card



Color in the cupcake page with the colored pencils. Trim the completed coloring page to the size you want your card to be. Back it with blue cardstock, trimmed to 1/4" larger in each direction. Make a card base from the white cardstock that is 1/2" larger in each direction. Adhere the matted coloring page to the card base. Add a message inside and it's ready to send!



  1. I love how you turned this cute page that you colored into an awesome card!! So creative!!

  2. What a great idea to use it for the card!!! This is FABULOUS and FUN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. What a great way to use all those coloring pages. :)


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