I'm in love with this color combination! I had fun creating this card and then putting it together. See what the other design team members and others who play along have done at Pals Paper Arts.
My focus was on the "cake" made using two rectangles and then topping it with flowers. Each section was done differently. Then my background was simple and full of polka dots. The Apothecary Accent Framelit was die cut out of the Subtles Designer Paper Stack. The background was a piece of Pool Party card stock dry embossed with the Perfect Polka Dots Embossing Folder.
Back to the "cake" details. The bottom layer has "happy birthday" from Something to Say inked in Basic Gray ink. I decorated above that with In Color Sequins (Lost Lagoon hearts) and added a Basic Pearl. Below the sentiment, I used a piece of Lost Lagoon Satin Ribbon. The middle layer has "Seize the Cake" from Something to Say inked in Lost Lagoon ink and matted with Pool Party card stock. To decorate the top of the cake, I stamped the flowers from Something to Say in Pool Party ink and punched them out using the Itty Bitty Accents Punch Pack. I decorated them with pearls to match the bottom layer.
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Color Challenge Birthday Card Supplies:
Card Stock: Basic Gray, Lost Lagoon, Pool Party, Whisper White
Designer Series Paper: Subtles Stack
Stamps: Something to Say
Ink: Basic Gray, Lost Lagoon, Pool Party
Big Shot: Apothecary Art Framelits, Perfect Polka Dots Embossing Folder
Punch: Itty Bitty Accents Punch Pack
Embellishments: Lost Lagoon Satin Ribbon, In Color Sequins Assortment, Basic Pearls
The cake is lovely! This is such a pretty card!
What pretty layers! But the wee hearts and pearls steal the show!
Love your blog & all your pretty ideas, Patty!!
Cute card, Patti! Of course, I love the dots! Great idea to just make the cake from rectangles too. I may give that a try sometime.
Aw, Mary, that's a cute way to describe the sparkles!
Cheryl--so sweet of you! Thanks for the comment!
What a creative birthday cake! Love all the details.
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