Polkadot Cake Card
We are almost done with this month's challenge week and we are loving all the delicious cards the girls have created! It comes to show you, that inspiration can be found anywhere! Today, is Laurie Fosters turn! See what she created today!
Directions for birthday cake card:
Materials:Circle punch, scallop punchSpellbinder flower die, Tim Holtz Tattered Floral dieDesigner paper (3 patterns), white card stock2 bradsPearls, buttons
Directions:Cut white Card Stock for 3 tiers:Bottom tier 11 x 3 1/2Middle tier 8 1/8 x 3 1/8Top tier 5 3/4 x 3Score all 3 tiers a 1/2 in from left edge, fold in half at score mark.
Then cut Design Paper to cover front of all tiers:Bottom 5 1/4 x 3 1/2Middle 3 1/8 x 3 3/4Top 2 3/4 x 3Punch out half circles in center of front pockets. Prior to closing pockets, cut 1/16 wide slit in center of right side, 3/4 from top to 1/2 from bottom. Continue with other 2 pockets.Unfold pockets, add brad to bottom and center tiers, then add brad to middle and top tiers. At this point you can pull out the cake layers.Punch 1 inch strip of white Card Stock and punch with scallop punch, add to top of tiers. Cut half circles from white strips. Add die cut flower to top tier, add buttons with twine to bottom layer. Put pearls on decorative scallop strips.
Thank you Laurie!
See more of Laurie's projects on her blog here:
What did you think of Laurie's interpretation of the cake? Did she nail it? Comment below!
OMG OMG! This card cake/cake card is PERFECT! I mean you totally rocked this one girl. I LOVE LOVE it so much I have to try and make one!ReplyDelete