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Tuesday, April 26, 2011

You Can Never Have Too Much Cake

Here is another "slice of cake" because as far as I'm concerned, you can never have to much cake!  This favor box was created using Pink Pirouette and Chocolate Chip card stock.  The instructions for making it are the same as yesterday's post. The only exception is the gorgeous paper flower embellishment. 

This favor box is available in a ton of great color combinations sure to compliment any party. It can be purchased by the slice or as an entire 12 slice cake.

To purchase these party favor boxes visit Acarrdian Cards on Etsy.

Materials and Instructions for creating your own cake box and paper flower:

Materials:
Cake Box:
  • Card Stock: Pink Pirouette (Stampin' Up!), Chocolate Chip (Stampin' Up!)
  • Tools: Big Shot Machine (Stampin' Up!), Dessert Box Die (Lifestyle Crafts)

 Paper Flower:
  • Card Stock: Pink Pirouette (Stampin' Up!), Pretty in Pink(Stampin' Up!), Certainly Celery (Stampin' Up!)
  • Tools & Accessories:  XL Flower Punch (Stampin' Up!), Crop-O-Dile (Stampin' Up!), Brads, Scallop Oval Punch (Stampin' Up!)

   
Instructions:

Cake Box:  See 4/25/2011 Post

Flower:
  1. Punch out 4 flowers from Pink Pirouette card stock and 4 in Pretty in Pink.
  2. Mist punched flowers with water and scrunch up
  3. Unfold the flowers and stack alternating the two colors
  4. Punch a hole through the center of the stack of flowers with the crop-o-dile and insert a brad to hold the stack together.
  5. Starting with the top layer and working down, scrunch the flowers tightly around the brad.
  6. Gently open up your flower to get the look you want.
Leaf:
  1. Punch a scallop oval from certainly celery card stock.
  2. Lightly mist with water
  3. Fold in half lengthwise (hot dog)
  4. Now accordion fold the down the width of the folded oval
  5. Open up and attach to the bottom of the flower with glue.


  

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