Birthday Cake

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Hi readers! Happy Monday to you! I hope you all had a fantastic weekend! Today I’m pleased to bring you two gorgeous cards made by the one and only Kathy Racoosin showing you a variety of tips, tricks, & techniques using some fun Simon Says Stamp exclusive products.

Enjoy!

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To create a beautiful and texture background use the scalloped circle from the Cake & Congrats die cut set and die cut enough to cover  your background. Use an embossing folder to give the circles lots of texture. Glue onto white cardstock and trim off an access circles.
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Die cut several cakes. trim and stack to your liking. add  color with copic markers, stamp flowers, color and add enamel accents to the flower centers. color only the brown cake (not the flowers) with wink of stella. Add glossy accents to the cake plate.

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Die cut a few sentiments, color with a brown marker and add wink of stella.

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Cut off the letters of the birthday sentiment that you want to use. in my case “B. day” glue the letters on a strip of vellum and pink cardstock and place on your card base.

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Using my leftover cake I created a quick masculine cake card. I colored the scallop part of the cake plate to make it more masculine and trimmed part of the stand on the cake plate. Stamp a background with smoke & green apple ink.
Have some fun and draw some dripping chocolate frosting on the cake layers. Color , add glossy accents to the flames and glue candles on to the cake. cut some banners and stamp the sentiments.

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  1. I really like the fact that you were inspired to create another fabulous card out of the leftovers and masculine to boot.

  2. Kathy has a wonderful mind packed with ideas and she’s willing to experiment. Love the shortened sentiment and the cake. B

  3. Awesome dimension and a seriously stacked cake on the first card! The second card looks good enough to eat. Love the stamped arrows. Great photo tutorial, too.

  4. Kathy never fails to inspire and teach! Love the stacked cake card… All those yummy levels! Great idea for the masculine card which can be so hard to come up with!!

  5. Awesome cards! Love how you made the cake stand glossy. Looks so real. And that dripping chocolate looks great!

  6. I love this card! Really like the cake die against the dry embossed panel. Really makes me want to shop!!!

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