The wife of one of my husband's long-time friends is having a birthday in February. I wanted to make her a card to let her know we were thinking of her on her birthday. I had recently attended a Stampin' Up Occasions KickOff where we were able to use some of the new catalog items to make-n'-take sample cards to take home. I chose to give our friend one of the cute birthday cards I made at this event. The card was designed by one of our hostesses, Dara Peterson.
I just love the stamp set, Party with Cake, and its coordinating pop-up die, Party Pop-Up Thinlits, that this card was designed to use. We die-cut the Party Pop-Up die with white cardstock and then masked and sponged the candles, happy, birthday, and the cake stand using a different ink color on each. I did choose the change my cake stand color from Tip Top Taupe to Crushed Curry as well as one of the washi tape strips. The corner confetti was stamped from the Party with Cake set, and a patterned paper oval backdrop for the cake, a bit of washi, and baker's twine finished off this cute little card. (Note: Layers popped up off card base; Oval die-cup + pop-up cake are popped up off card front). I love it! Thanks Dara for sharing it with us.
Recipe: Stampin' Up Products: Cardstock--Bermuda Bay, Crushed Curry, Whisper White; DSP--Cherry on Top. Stamps--Party with Cake (2016 Occasions). Ink--Pool Party, Rose Red, Bermuda Bay, Crushed Curry. Dies: Oval Collection Framelits. Washi--Cherry On Top set. Baker's Twine--Crushed Curry.