My oldest of four will be celebrating his birthday in the first week of March. He is on the KETO diet, so he wants to say, "NO," to cake...can you imagine?! I found it is now possible to purchase KETO ice cream, so we will be making an ice cream cake for his birthday. He won't have to say NO to cake and he can have candles! Now, I just had to get busy on a birthday card.
When I was last visiting my Mom, pre-COVID, I saw a card she made at her Stampin' Up demonstrator workshop. I remember its sentiment from the stamp set, Amazing Life, and thought it would be perfect for my dieting son's card. It also used the very masculine papers, In Good Taste, which I have, and thought one of the patterns might work nicely as well. I decided to add a little black and a some recycle coppery foil (saved from an envelope insert...just too pretty to throw away!), plus a cupcake all work together. Take a peek below at how my project evolved into David's finished card inside and out:
Ingredients: Stampin' Up products: Papers--Basic Black cs, Very Vanilla cs, In Good Taste dsp. Copper Foil (saved from an envelope insert). Stamps--Amazing Life (sentiment); Dies--Call Me Cupcake (framelits), Stitched Rectangles; Inks (sponging)--Bermuda Bay, Call Me Clover, Cherry Cobbler, Melon Mango; Clear Embossing Powder; 3/8" Black Shimmer ribbon; Metallic Brads. Other: Copic Markers. Inside--Chatterbox verse. EK Victorian Corner punch. Size: 4-3/4" x 6."