June blog post
Happy Birthday (Inkadinkado)
Cupcake on front (Stampin' Up!)
Cupcake on inside (Inky Antics)
White (from my stash)
Red (from my stash)
Navy Blue (from my stash)
Kaleidacolor -Fiesta Stamp pad (Stampin' Up!)
Memento Paris Blue (Tsukineko)
Honeycomb Paper (Inky Antics)
Terrifically Tacky Tape (Art Accentz)
Red Glitter (from stash)
Snow Writer (DecoArt)
Copic Markers (.too)
liquid glue (from stash)
- I used the Kaleidacolor pad and stamped Alexander. I cut this piece of cardstock to 4.0 x 5.25.
- I then stamped the cupcake in the Paris Blue Memento. I colored the cupcake with Copic markers.
- I applied the Snow Writer to the top of the cupcake. This is supposed to look like snow. I thought it did a great job of looking like icing. I applied red glitter to the icing and let it dry.
- I cropped the cupcake and mounted it on a navy piece of cardstock. I then mounted the cupcake on the Alexander piece and this piece onto the red card.
- I cut another piece of white paper 4.o x 8.25". The middle needs to be scored with a 1/8" gap between score marks so that the honeycomb paper can be added to the center of the card. I stamped the cupcake bottom and cupcake top on the honeycomb paper and cut the shapes out. I then applied the tacky tape to the outside edges of both pieces. I put some glue in the 1/8" center of the card where I wanted to place the honeycomb paper. I then removed the red liner from the tacky tape one side at a time, closed the card and pressed it to make sure the tape got a good hold.
My one year old grandson just loved opening and shutting this card.