Stampin Up! Cake Soiree Birthday Card for Stamp Ink Paper

I used the Stampin’ Up! Cake Soiree stamp set bundle to create my card for the Stamp Ink Paper birthday challenge this week.

Here is the challenge badge for Stamp Ink Paper #144.  Hope that you’ll stop by and play along with the challenge too!

My card design was inspired by My Favorite Things Wednesday Sketch Challenge 378.

My card also works for the Just Us Girls #434 Challenge.

I started by embossing a panel of Whisper White card stock with one of the Petal Pair Embossing Folders.  I adhered the panel to a Thick Whisper White card base with Multipurpose Liquid Glue.  Then I wrapped a strand of the Silver Baker’s Twine around the card front and tied a bow.

I stamped the cake image from the Cake Soiree stamp set in VersaMark ink on a panel of Powder Pink card stock and heat embossed it with Silver Stampin’ Emboss Powder.  I colored the image with Powder Pink, Berry Burst and Old Olive inks and a Blender Pen.  I cut the image out with the coordinating Sweet Cake Framelits Die and then adhered it to a “plate” that I’d cut from Silver Foil Sheets with the Sweet Cake Framelits die.

This is how I cut the plate. I ran the paper through with the die once and then flipped the die the opposite way and cut it again.

I adhered the die cut cake to two layered squares cut from Whisper White card stock with Glue Dots and then adhered the layered cake image to the card front with Stampin’ Dimensionals.  I cut the cake topper from Silver Foil Sheets with one of the dies from the Sweet Cake Thinlits Dies and then adhered it to the top of the cake with a touch of Multipurpose Liquid Glue.

I stamped the sentiment from the Cake Soiree stamp set in Berry Burst ink on a panel of Whisper White card stock.  I cut just the “Happy Birthday” part of the sentiment out with one of the Bunch of Banners Framelits Dies and then adhered it with Stampin’ Dimensionals to the card front.

I inked just the top part of the sentiment from the Cake Soiree stamp set in Berry Burst ink and stamped it on a panel of Whisper White card stock.  I added one of the die cuts from the Sweet Soiree Embellishment Kit to finish the inside of the card.

You can see a list of supplies used to create this card, including card stock cuts, at the very bottom of this post.


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Card stock cuts for this project:

  • Thick Whisper White – 4-1/4″ x 11″ card base
  • Powder Pink – Sweet Cake Framelits die cut
  • Whisper White –  2-3/4″ x 2-3/4″ panel, 2-7/8″ x 2-7/8″ panel, 4-1/4″ x 5-1/2″ panel, Bunch of Banners Framelits die cut, 4″ x 5-1/4″ panel (inside card)
  • Silver Foil Sheets – two Sweet Cake Framelits die cuts

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16 thoughts on “Stampin Up! Cake Soiree Birthday Card for Stamp Ink Paper

  1. Just gorgeous!! I’m waiting for my bundle to arrive – will be casing this for sure. I love all the white space, and that beautiful cake would be awesome in pretty much any color I think. Great tip about cutting the plain plate – more uses for the same die.

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