Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Birthday Cake Card

Here is a cute birthday card I created using the Sweet Treats Circut cartridge, a stamp from Two Lips and "toppings" from Queen and Company.


I started off with some red and white patterned cardstock for the background of the card.  I wanted something with a pattern, but also something that would not distract from the cake on the card.


I cut a cake shape from my Sweet Treats Cricut cartridge.  I made the frosting orange since that is my son's favorite color.


Next I embellished the cake by blending a few shades of color with my Copic pens on the corner of the cake pieces.  Then I applied a line of adhesive near the edge and sprinkled the orange "toppings" from Queen and Company.  


Next I added sentiment from Two Lips stamps.  I discovered this company for the first time at CHA 2016 and fell in love with the sense of humor that is in their sentiment stamps.


And there you have it!  A birthday card for my son that fits his sense of humor!


FYI . . . I purchased the stamp and the toppings from Terri at Stamps Alive.  Tell her Shawn sent you.



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