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Right then, yesterday I showed you a cute cake in a box with a matching card and I have another one to share with you today. A different stamp set and alternative colours to show you what a change that can make:
The card is much smaller at 3 inches square so makes the box look more impressive! Zac asked me if it was another present from Farmer Christmas! Not sure who he thinks Farmer Christmas is - maybe he imagines he grows all the gifts on his farm! I've used the Sale-A-Bration stamp set Punch Bunch and card from the A4 Brights selection, along with Daffodil Yellow, Melon Mambo and Pumpkin Pie inks.
And as you can see I've added a little Old Olive card to the inside of the box to tie it in with the card. Yesterday I used sticker accents to decorate my cake, this time I have used stamps and the Scallop circle and 1 3/8" circle punch.
I've also used some Pumpkin Pie grosgrain ribbon and some flower brads to accent the card and cake. The Melon Mambo ribbon on the card started off as white, coloured using a Melon Mambo Marker. I couldn't resist adding a rhinestone gem to the centre of the flower brads for a bit of sparkle.
If you like this project and would like everything to make it along with the stamp set, it's one of the six product bundles I've put togther for you during Janurary and February. I'll update my blog with full details of the bundles tomorrow. Many of you will have already received the details in my postal newsletter. If you're on my mailing list and yours hasn't arrived yet, don't worry I promise it's on its' way.
Again I'm joining in with a couple of fabby challenges:
- Crafty Catz - Food or drink (my cake!)
- Stampin B's - Something old and something new (my scallop circle punch was the first I bought and the stamps are new)
- Papertake - Anything goes