Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Sneak Peek: Candy Shoppe, Cupcake Shape & Chloe Alphabet Dies

Hello and welcome to day 3 of our Summer Peek Week!  All this week I am showcasing cards using our newest collection which will be available for purchase on Friday, April 16th. 

For today's new products I'm sharing our sweet new Candy Shoppe Stamps & die set, a standalone Cupcake Shape Die and a playful new Chloe Alphabet die set. Let's dig right in!

Card No. 1: My first card features a classic gumball machine image from our new Candy Shoppe Stamps, together with a little hamster I will be sharing more of tomorrow. To create my pile of gumballs, I stamped four or five gumballs onto masking material, fussy cut them out and then moved them around as I stamped additional layers. It may look more time consuming than it actually was as I think the whole process took me about 15 minutes to stamp out. Then I colored them to match the gum in my gumball machine using my Copic Markers and fussy cut them with my scissors along the top edge. As a last little detail I gave the gumballs and glass some quick shine with my Sharpie extra fine point white paint pen.  

For the rest of my card, I used a 4.25" x 4.25" aqua striped print from our Striped Silly Paper pack, a polka-dot print along the bottom from our Rainbow Bright Paper pack and a little belt of sorts between the two using our Slimline Pennant Dies. To frame my focal point and to have a place to add my punny greeting, I die-cut a circle from white cardstock using our Stitched Circle Large Dies.
Sunny Studio: Hamster with Gumball Machine Card (using Candy Shoppe & Happy Hamsters Stamps, Slimline Pennants, Stitched Circle Dies & Rainbow Bright Paper)

Card No. 2: I wanted a fun way to "display" and show off many of the fun candies in the Candy Shoppe set so I created a sweet shop window display with awning for my next card. To achieve this look, I started by cutting my store window using our Comic Strip Everyday Dies and then bleeding off the top of my card, trimming off the one interior divider that was going to show with my scissors. I then used the oval handle die from our Sweet Treats Bag Dies to cut white and pink print paper using our Gingham Pastels Paper pack. I messed up my original calculations though thinking I had space for 11 pieces. In hindsight I would have used a centering ruler to put a white piece in the center and bled pink pieces off both sides, trimming off the excess, but mine were already glued down tight so I just went with it.  ;)

To fill the space below my window, I used a coordinating striped print from our Sleek Stripes Paper pack and heat embossed the words "birthday wishes" using our Happy Thoughts Stamps. The Candy Shoppe set comes with the script word "sweet" which I stamped using Hero Arts Ultra Pink Ink and then die-cut using the coordinating Candy Shoppe Dies
Sunny Studio: Sweet Shop Window Card (using Candy Shoppe & Happy Thoughts Stamps, Comic Strip Everyday Dies, Sweet Treat Bag Dies, Classic Gingham & Sleek Stripes Paper)

Card No. 3: My next card showcases the new
Swirl Candy Confetti mix (that will be new in our shop on Friday) for a fun shaker card. To create my shaker window I started by trimming a yellow polka-dot paper from our Dots & Striped Pastels Paper pack and then die-cut an opening using our Stitched Circle Small Dies. I then used those same circle dies together with our Scalloped Circle Mat 3 dies to create a little frame for my shaker window. 

The candy sticks from the set were purposefully designed a bit ambiguous so you can color them to look like hand twisted candy & peppermint sticks as shown in my previous card or like licorice vines like I did here.  For my previous card I also passed on all the cute little faces from the set, but for this one I embraced the faces and added them any of the candy pieces I could fit them on.
Sunny Studio: You Make Life Sweet Swirl Candies Shaker Card (using Candy Shoppe Stamps, Scalloped Circle Mat 3, Stitched Circles Dies, and Dots & Stripes Pastels Paper)

Card No. 4: Up next is a card that spotlights the cute little cotton candy stamps from the Candy Shoppe set. It's hard to tell from the stamp set illustration shared below, but the face portion is actually a separate stamp image that pops out so if you don't like your inanimate objects to have personalities you can completely forgo that option. To turn mine into a girl and boy, I used a little bow from our new Looking Sharp Stamps which I will be sharing more of on Friday.

For this card I was trying to conjure up the feeling of a state fair or a circus so I borrowed the little banner from our Balloon Rides Stamps and cut my cloud background using Spring Fling Paper pack and Slimline Pennant Dies. For the white pennant mat below, I used the largest pennant die from that same set and then trimmed it down with my paper trimmer on each side and added stitching on each side to match the others using our Slimline Basic Border dies. For my background I used a sky blue check from our Gingham Pastels Paper pack and added a scalloped edge along the bottom using those same Slimline Basic Border dies.
Sunny Studio: Mr. & Mrs. Cotton Candy Card (using Candy Shoppe, Banner Basics & Balloon Rides Stamps, Slimline Pennant Dies, Slimline Basic Border Dies, Gingham Pastel Paper & Summer Splash Paper)

Card No. 5: Our Rainbow Bright Paper pack feels like it was custom made to compliment these Candy Shoppe Stamps. The colorful papers make it so easy to create quick and simple cards that are anything, but boring. For this card I paired our Fancy Frames Rectangle Dies together with our new Stitched Rectangle Dies to frame my red gumball machine. I then used the little stitched pennant from the stitched rectangles set to stamp my "I love you to pieces" punny greeting using Versafine Onyx Black Ink.
Sunny Studio: Polka-dot Gumball Machine Card (using Candy Shoppe Stamps, Fancy Frames Rectangle Dies, Stitched Rectangle Dies, Rainbow Bright Paper)

Card No. 6: Switching gears, my next set of projects showcase our new Cupcake Shape dies. These are larger than life A2 sized cupcakes that can be used to create shaped cards, banners, gift bags and even to embellish your scrapbook pages. The die set includes a cupcake that can be added directly to a rectangular card, a cupcake shadow to turn it into a standalone shape, a layered candle die, a cherry and two different candy sprinkle options.  

My first project is showing how you can use it to create a shaped card. To do this I used the accompanying shadow to cut two cupcake shapes from white cardstock.  For the piece to be used on the back of my card, I cut off just a sliver along the bottom of my cupcake so that when completed my card won't rock and it can stand upright on a flat surface without rolling.  I then put that flat portion along the side of my scoring tool and scored a line near the top of my cupcake that was parallel to the bottom. I then added adhesive above that score line and adhered both cupcake pieces together. This forms my card base.

To build my cupcake, I cut the wrapper portion using our Spring Sunburst Paper pack and the frosting portion using our Gingham Pastels Paper pack, decorating with clay sprinkles from our Rainbow Dot Confetti mix. I wanted a way to tuck in my candle to look like it was between the layers of frosting and just not floating on the top so I used the little die from our Tropical Scenes Dies to create an opening. I finished my card by stamping the "sweet birthday wishes" sentiment from our Candy Shoppe Stamps and layering them on a banner cut from a polka-dot print using our Dots & Stripes Pastels Paper and the die from our Little Angels Die set.
Sunny Studio: Cupcake Shaped Birthday Card (using Candy Shoppe Stamps, Cupcake Shape Dies, Gingham Pastels & Spring Sunburst Paper)
                     
Cupcake Gift Bag: For my next project using the Cupcake Shape Dies, I created a gift bag inspired by a faux patent leather Gymboree purse of my daughters from way back when. To give my bag the patent leather look and to help my Rainbow Sprinkles & Girly Sprinkles stay in place, I coated the entire surface with Glossy Accents. However, I'm not sure I would pull out the glossy accents for a project of this size again. It uses a lot and didn't dry as evenly as I would have liked since it's hard to work quick enough before it starts to set.

For these cupcakes, I cut the cake portion in a yellow polka-dot print from our Dots & Stripes Pastels Paper pack, the wrapper using a colorful stripe from our Summer Splash Paper pack and embellished the top with a stitched heart that comes with the cupcake die set.
Sunny Studio: Cupcake Shaped Birthday Gift Bag (using Cupcake Shape Dies, Rainbow Sprinkles, Girly Sprinkles, Summer Splash and Dots & Stripes Pastels Paper)

I've created a little tutorial to show how I created the bag from a single sheet of 8-1/2" x 11" cardstock:


And here's a view of the bag from the side just so you can see how it was constructed better.

If you look closely, you can see I hid the ends of my grosgrain ribbon handles on the inside of my bag by cutting the cupcake toppers with the main cupcake dies in that same kraft cardstock and then gluing them over the top of my ribbon. It blends in and really gives my bag a sturdy, finished look on the inside.

Cupcake Banner: Up next is a "celebrate" birthday banner created with the Cupcake Shape Dies, as well as our new Chloe Alphabet Dies.

Sunny Studio: Cupcake Shaped Birthday Banner (using Cupcake Shape Dies, Stitched Circle Dies, Scalloped Circle Mat Dies, Chloe Alphabet Dies and Rainbow Bright & Surprise Party Paper)

Our new Chloe Alphabet Dies measure .75" tall making them the ideal height for custom card sentiments, however on their own they were a bit on the small side for my banner. I was able to help them to take center stage though by cutting them from circles using our Stitched Circle Large Dies and then backing each of them with our Scalloped Circle Mat 1 Dies cut from white cardstock. 

For my patterned papers, I used a mix of prints from both our Rainbow Bright Paper and Surprise Party Paper packs and embellished my cupcakes with the layered candles and sprinkles from the die set. Long banners like this can be really difficult to capture a good detailed photo of with it's horizontal orientation so I snapped a photo of each cupcake prior to adhering them to my white grosgrain ribbon.
Sunny Studio: Cupcake Shaped Birthday Banner (using Cupcake Shape Dies, Stitched Circle Dies, Scalloped Circle Mat Dies, Chloe Alphabet Dies and Rainbow Bright & Surprise Party Paper)

Card No. 7: When I was done with my banner, I had all positive portion of my "celebrate" Chloe Alphabet letters leftover that I had punched out so I set them aside and used them for a fun birthday card, pairing them some extra candles I had made with the Cupcake Shape Dies. My card base was created using papers from our Surprise Party Paper pack and the pink diagonal grid print from our Gingham Pastels Paper pack.

I added some wicks to my candles with my favorite Sharpie extra fine point white paint pen and sprinkled them with some white embossing powder, heating them up just to be certain they weren't going to bleed before covering the flames with glossy accents. While my glossy accents were out I went ahead and coated my "celebrate" letters too. I think I just might have used more glossy accents for this release than I have used in the past three years combined!  I completed my sentiment with the words "your special day" from our Inside Greetings Birthday Stamps.
Sunny Studio Stamps Celebrate Your Special Day Rainbow Candles Birthday Card (using Chloe Alphabet Dies, Cupcake Shape Dies & Surprise Party Paper)

Card No. 8: For my last card of the day, I have another project using the Cupcake Shape Dies without the cupcake. I had made these cherries up and then when I was cleaning up my desk, I realized I had forgotten to actually add them to any of my cupcakes so I thought I would create a special card for them to take center stage.  

For my leaves I used the dies from our Potted Rose Dies, creating a little mask from a post-it note to add a vein down the center and shade each side with Mowed Lawn distress ink.  For my cherries I gave them a shiny glow rubbing on some Hero Arts Unicorn Pigment ink with my finger and then added a shiny mark with my Sharpie White Paint Pen.

I framed the cherries by layering our Stitched Circle Large Dies with a 3" circle die in my stash (for the thin blue circle peeking out), then the Scalloped Circle Mat 2 Dies cut from white, and the Scalloped Circle Mat 1 dies cut from red. I then mounted them onto a blue gingham print from our Gingham Pastels Paper pack and mimicked the same red & white scallop along the bottom using our Slimline Basic Border Dies. I completed my card with a custom punny sentiment pairing our Cute As a Button Stamps with the word "cherry" spelled out using our new Chloe Alphabet Dies. These dies have been so much fun to play with!
Sunny Studio: Cupcake Shaped Birthday Banner (using Cupcake Shape Dies, Stitched Circle Dies, Scalloped Circle Mat 2 Dies, Chloe Alphabet Dies, Slimline Basic Border Dies and Gingham Pastels Paper)

Phew! Are you still with me?  That was one long post, but I'm so thrilled you joined me. I'd love to give a $50 gift code to one lucky winner using the rafflecopter below. Make sure to keep checking back all this week for more peeks & prizes. The contests run through Saturday, April 17th at Midnight PST with winners announced here on Sunday, April 18th. :)

a Rafflecopter giveaway Here's a closer look at the our new Candy Shoppe Stamps & DiesCupcake Shape Dies and Chloe Alphabet Dies used today (available for purchase on April 16th)

Sunny Studio Blog: Introducing Candy Shoppe 4x6 Clear Photopolymer Stamps featuring gumball machine, cotton candy, swirl sucker, lollipop, gummi bears & licorice) Sunny Studio Blog: Introducing Candy Shoppe companion metal cutting dies

Sunny Studio Stamps: Cupcake Shape A2 Dies Metal Cutting Dies  Sunny Studio Blog: Introducing Chloe Alphabet metal cutting dies

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Little Angels Dies
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Happy Hamsters Stamps
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Happy Hamsters Dies
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Stitched Rectangle Dies
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Tsukineko Jumbo Dauber
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Versafine Onyx Black Ink
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Cute As A Button Stamps
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Fancy Frames- Rectangles
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Classic Gingham 6x6 Paper
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Striped Silly 6x6 Paper
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Rainbow Bright 6x6 Paper
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Comic Strip Everyday Dies
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Happy Thoughts Stamps
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Gingham Pastels 6x6 Paper
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Spring Sunburst 6x6 Paper
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Dots & Stripes Pastels 6x6 Paper
Dots & Stripes Pastels 6x6 Paper
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Summer Splash 6x6 Paper
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Surprise Party 6x6 Paper
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Sweet Treats Gift Bag
Sweet Treats Gift Bag
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Banner Basics Stamps
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Slimline Basic Borders
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Sleek Stripes Paper
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Balloon Rides Stamps
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Balloon Rides Dies
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Scalloped Circle Mat 1 Dies
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Scalloped Circle Mat 2 Dies
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Slimline Pennant Dies
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Stitched Circle Large Dies
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Rainbow Sprinkles
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Girly Sprinkles
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Rainbow Dot Confetti
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Birthday Cake Dot Sprinkles
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Swirl Candy Confetti
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Hero Arts May's Shades of Pink Ink
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Hero Arts Morning Glory Ink
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Hero Arts White Detail
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VersaMark Watermark Ink
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PinkFresh Morning Sky Ink
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68 comments:

  1. My favourite candy are definitely jelly beans 😍

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  2. Omg I'm going to need everything in this release.

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  3. These are so cute. My favorite candy is vanilla Tootsie Rolls.

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  4. Love the candies,hamster, cupcake everything actually!!!😍πŸ₯°

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  5. Love the candies,hamster, cupcake everything actually!!!😍πŸ₯°

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  6. Oh...my...word... Everything is so "sweet"! Can't make up my mind which set I like best.

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  7. Anything dark chocolate and caramel! Love the candy shoppe stamp set.

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  8. love pies - especially strawberry and rhubarb - YUM!!!!!

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  9. I need that cupcake die!!! Too cute! The stamp sets are darling!!! I like Starbursts!

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  10. These cards are so cute, love all the bright colours. I'm not really a fan of sweets, but do like Fruit Roll-Ups.

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  11. How I love this collection. The gum ball machine is fabulous, as are the adorable little hamsters. Actually, I love it all!

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  12. I LOVE Milky Way bars!!!!! They need to be cold too.

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  13. I had a bubble gum machine in my room growing up. I was one of those kids who wouldn't eat the gum because then the machine wouldn't look so cute in my room full of rainbow colors. :P I'm still crazy about rainbows and bright colors, which is why I love your site and your products.

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  14. OMG this release is amazing! I am actually a gummy bear junkie, so clearly I will need the set with gummy bears in it!!!!

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  15. Love all the adorable projects!

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  16. What fun samples today! I love the cupcakes!
    I love dark chocolate See's Candy.

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  17. My favorite candy is Nerds. Love these bright and cheery cards!!!

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  18. These are the sweetest! I love all the inspiration for using patterned paper, too! I have so much and see so few cards using it! Thanks so much for sharing!

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    1. Snickers are my favorite candy available everywhere, but I love a good candy store turtle as well as cherry sours! I guess I blew it with picking a favorite, LOL!

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  19. Great Release! I am a stay at home mom who LOVES candy! I have a ton of kids and I am always trying to sneak in some candy, for mom, thoughtout the day! Candy & stamping save my sanity! Lol!!!

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  20. So cute! I love white chocolate!

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  21. I can't resist anything chocolate with caramel!

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  22. Love all your sweet cards!! Especially the shaker; my fave type of card. And the cupcake bag is darling & so fun!! I love just about anything sweet that's chocolate! lol

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  23. Love all the sweet projects today! My favorite sweet treat is anything dark chocolate and throw some coffee in with it and it's even better!

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  24. Oh my gosh! That cupcake gift bag!! I can't wait to make this! My favorite candy is probably Ocho coconut bites. But also jelly beans. >D

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  25. I love Milky Way bars! This sweet release is adorable! Is it Friday yet?

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  26. I just discovered Coffee Nut M & Ms and English Toffee M & Ms. Loving this adorable new release!

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  27. Oh my gosh, I think I pinned almost every one of the projects today. I am a chocoholic, so enough said.

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  28. My head is spinning with ideas for these new stamps and dies! I love anything chocolate.

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  29. My favorite sweet is ice cream! Love today's inspiration!
    Rosalie B

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  30. My dear friend Nelly cares for the sweetest most loving wombat named Gumballs! I can think of so many cute cards I could make her. Being on the other side of the world it would be a wonderful way to brighten her day. She raised him from a tiny baby when his mother died. She even sleeps outside during the summer so she can spend more time with him (they are nocturnal). She works very hard taking care of him and the rest of his wisdom (name for a group of wombats). I hope you do a demo on the first card so I can learn the masking technique. I am newish to card making and don't understand how to do that. The hamster is adorable too. Looking forward to more peeks. He is almost as cute as a wombat! A.Wombat on FB will show you how cute Gumballs is :)

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    1. Thank you. It just so happens tomorrow's set features a wombat. They are adorable!

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  31. I like plain dark chocolate.

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  32. Oh my goodness! You have the cutest samples😊. I would have to say that dark chocolate tops the list with jelly beans a very close second. Who am I kidding! I kinda like it all!

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  33. I love each of your projects today! My favorite candy treat is a box of red Mike & Ikes. They're so hard to find though!

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  34. My favorite candy: Lindor Milk Chocolate Truffles. What a great release today. Especially love all of the adorable cupcake ideas. The Celebrate/Candle card is fabulous.

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  35. Your projects for today are so cute and colourful.
    My favourite treat is red licorice twizzlers.

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  36. I've discovered the taste of Lindor truffles, especially the milk chocolate ones. When they are room temp, the smooth center just melts in your mouth. Lots of $$ but worth the splurge for special occasions. (Like my last day of chemo, etc.) So creamy!

    Of course, your stamps are sweet, both literally and figuratively. Keep up the great work!

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  37. See's chocolates, especially dark with nuts....MY FAVORITE!!! These candy cards you made are so cute! I LOVE the colors, too!

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  38. The card examples you shared with us are so sweet! Love all the bright colors! My favorite candies are Idaho Spud candy bars, anything chocolate, and the red Twizzlers! Impossible for me to have only 1 fav! ;)

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  39. That little hamster with his chubby cheeks is so adorable. Love the gumballs too! Fun stuff for sure.

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  40. Lately I’ve been all over Hershey’s dark chocolate nuggets with almonds. I think I’m on my third bag (I had a coupon for the first one...that’s how they getcha!) 😏

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  41. My favorite candy is any type of sour gummies!

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  42. My favorite candy is Peanut butter cups, but I enjoy anything chocolate.

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  43. Marisela Delgado said: Snickers are my favorite! Okay, and Hershey's with almonds. mariandmonsterd@yahoo.com

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  44. Wow Mendi!!! Each day's release just keeps getting better! How creative and amazing is this one! My favorite candy is Hershey's Dark Chocolate Kisses. Thank you for all your wonderful work AND inspiration :)

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  45. My favorite candy bar is a Milky Way. I love that cupcake die, so cute.

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  46. Wow, what incredible designs... thanks for the pdf. I love cupcakes and now I need to bake tonight. Really fun! True fact... every evening about 10 PM I have 5 rolls of smarties, no more.. no less.. and no other time, my guilty pleasure. Other than that... there isn't any candy I do not love (unless it contains a bug)

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  47. Mendi you are so incredibly talented, how do you put all of this together! There are so many amazing card samples for inspiration. Well, the Candy Shoppe stamps among other sets are on my wish list! My favorite candy is dark chocolate.

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  48. My guilty pleasure is dark chocolate! Even if I am trying to be good with my food intake I can always justify dark chocolate - hey, it's good for you! :D

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  49. I can't wait to order all the candy and cupcake items!

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  50. Ughhhhhh why oh why did you have to come out with an incredible, amazing, I need to buy it all release?!?! πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚ is it friday yet?!

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  51. I have a soft spot for chocolate but I do love that gumball machine! 😍
    @piiacrafts

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  52. I love these and that large cupcake die is amazing. My favorite candy is probably pink Starburst

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  53. EVERYTHING is cute enough to eat! I love it! :)

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  54. My favorite cards are the candy ones, so sweet

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  55. Sweet tooth tingling after seeing all these lovely treats! My guilty pleasures: homemade chocolate chip cookies and potato chips (not together, though!). Yummm!
    ~carol

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  56. Oh. My. Gosh. I am thinking of so many projects I could use that cupcake die for. And all of that pretty bright colored paper. Bright colors are my favorite.

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  57. I have too many yummy guilty pleasures and it shows. Start my list with chocolate.

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  58. Peanut brittle is my favorite treat to indulge in

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  59. My favorite candy is Werther’s caramel candy. So delicious πŸ˜‹

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  60. The cupcake gift bag is genius!! So cute!!

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  61. The Candy Shoppe stamps are adorable. I can see so many uses for them.

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  62. My current guilty pleasure is Cowtales. And sugar cookies are always loved by me!! I really want everything in this release. So cute and the cards and things you have made are phenomenal!!

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  63. See's caramels would be a favorite special treat of mine! The cupcake gift bag is FABULOUS! Thank you for sharing the info on how to create it too!

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