Stampers Showcase Blog Hop: “It’s Your Birthday”
Hello friends! If you're a first time visitor, thanks for stopping by. If you've been here before, I'm so glad you came back. It's a great day and a perfect start to the week because today is another instalment of the Stampers Showcase blog hop! This month is all about birthdays. I'm so excited to share today's project with you.
For this project, I created a birthday card featuring the Piece of Cake stamp set. This set is so versatile, and is great for more than just birthdays. It coordinates with the Cake Builder Punch which allows you to cut out the cake and stand perfectly. I also decided to make this cute hand sanitizer packaging to go with the card; because who doesn't need hand sanitizer right now? I CASE'd Erica Cerwin's template and designed the packaging to match the card.
Piece of Cake stamp set
Cake Builder punch
Stampin Write Markers
Bermuda Bay base: 8 1/2" x 5 1/2", scored at 4 1/4"
Gorgeous Grape: 5 1/4" x 2"
Melon Mambo: 4" x 3"
Whisper White: 4" x 3"
The flowers on the cake are coloured using a combination of Stampin' Blends and Stampin' Write markers. The stand is also coloured with Stampin' Blends before being punched out with the Cake Builder punch. The Gorgeous Grape card stock randomly has cake images stamped in Gorgeous Grape ink. A piece of polka-dot tulle ribbon is tied around the gorgeous grape card stock before the piece is adhered to the base with Snail. The Melon Mambo card stock is cut using the Painted Labels dies and adhered with Stampin Dimensionals. The cake is then adhered to the Melon Mambo with Mini Stampin' Dimensionals. Lastly, the sentiment is stamped directly on the card base in Gorgeous Grape ink.
I love the bright and happy colours on this card and I hope you enjoy it too. To add any of the products you see here to your personal collection, click on the image to add them directly to your shopping cart. When you spend $25 or more with me, you'll automatically receive my Top 6 Card Designs PDF at no additional cost.
Don't forget to check out the rest of the talented artisans for more inspiration. Click on the button below to be taken to Mikaela's blog next.