Another Pinterest inspired project.... These are perfect when paired with a sleeve of mini donuts or a single donut in a box. The box is included in the file I found at Cutting Cafe - use the link in the materials list below. It's a little difficult to find in the store as it's an older file.
Cardstock: White, light brown, pink, dark brown
Donut Fun (Cutting Cafe)
Nail art charms
Sizzis eclips2, eCal3
Font - Blushberry Duo (Creative Fabrica)
create or place a tag shape on the mat, Open the Donut Fun file and use the donut shape and topping you desire. I chose to do the sprinkles for one of the tags... set those pieces to draw. Group the pieces of the donut shape and resize as needed fit on the tag. Center and leave in place for the moment.
Create the sentiment using your choice of fonts. Set the type to draw in the eCal3 software.
Drag the donut off the tag. Leave the sprinkles on the top of the Icing piece. If desired copy and paste the donut to another page. If you plan on making multiples, fill the mat as desired.
Using the pen tool, set the Zig Marker in the pen tool and draw the font on the tag. Remove the pen tool, replace the blade and cut the tags.
Using the pen tool again, insert the glue pen. Draw the sprinkles. The glue is slow drying, so you have some time to cut. Remove the pen tool and replace with the blade holder and cut. On a separate piece of paper, set the pieces you've used the glue pen on and sprinkle the glitter on the pieces. Press lightly. Let set for about 15 minutes. Remove the excess glitter and set those pieces aside.
The donut base may need a little bit of inking. I used some distress ink and blending tool to add a bit more dimension to the image.
The chocolate icing requires a couple of additional steps. Seal the piece with some mod-podge. Let dry. Add some dimensional glaze and sprinkle the nail art charms on the glaze while it's still wet. Let dry.
Run the donut bases through the Xyron machine. Apply the donut base to the tag. Using a bit of tape, secure the "icing" to the donut.