Hello Stampers! Well, tonight is the last night of our cake decorating class! Amie and I have had such a great time, and we have learned a ton! As a thank you, I decided to make Marcia, our teacher, a card! Of course I did!
Here is is all of the way! What do you think? I have had the Three Tier Cake die (116760) for quite a while, but I have never used it! I opened that puppy up and read through the directions, then I went online to the Stampin' Up! website and watched their video on how to assemble the card, and then I started! I wish I could say that I made a perfect card on my very first try, but I can't! In fact, the first one is in the recycle bin! But my second one was great! I will just call that my learning curve!
There are a few tricks to putting your card together, and as your demonstrator, I will gladly sit down with you and teach them to you on your first attempt!
I used the stamp set Birthday Bakery (117034) on the front. It is the cutest Level 1 Hostess set I have seen! I colored the images in with Stampin' Write markers and sponged around the edges of the white cardstock with a stampin' sponge and a Daffodil Delight stamp pad.
The inside of the card is the Three Tier Cake die (116760) with the Big Shot Die-Cut Machine (113439). The flowers on the cake were punched out with the Boho Blossome Extra-Large punch (119858) and the circle punch from the Itty Bitty Shapes Punch pack (118309).
So, when you are ready to purchase your own Three Tier Cake die for your Big Shot Die-Cut Machine, hop on over to my Inkin With Dink website and click on the SHOP NOW in the top right.
On a personal note, I wanted to show you some of the flowers that Amie and I learned how to make in current cake class which is Gum Paste and Fondant.