The paper is from the K&Company stack called Chocolate Neopolitan by Brenda Walton. I just LOVE pink and brown together! I cut the card shape from A Child's Year. The sentiment came from a large package of clear stamps that I picked up at Big Lots for ONE DOLLAR! Oh! How I looooove that store and their amazing scrapbooking steals!
The cupcake shape I cut from the From My Kitchen cartridge. After I cut out the shapes, I cut off the cherry stem by hand. I didn't feel this card needed that.
I also ran the frosting through my Divine Swirl Cuttlebug folder. After I did that, I felt like it needed a little something extra, so I traced over the swirled impressions with what has fast become a FAVORITE of mine--a Sakura GLAZE pen. I used the white one, which dries clear. It gave my 'frosting' some shine, which is pretty. These pens are so cool! It's like an embossing pen! I really love the dimension they add to an image. They retail for $19.99 at Michael's (for a set of 10, I believe) and I used a 50% off coupon to purchase them (of course!).
And the pink 'cherry' on top is a larger pink brad I happened to have in my stash.