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Cake Mashup


I've been wanting to take part in the Friday Mashup for a while, but have been so busy I've missed it. So this time I was going to take part straight away. As Amy my Gemstones Team Leader is the host for the DT and it is her last one I thought it was right to take part. So the Friday Mashup's challenge this week had the following inspiration: 


So every week the Friday Mashup blog will give the inspiration as per above to create a project, but there is a twist you can mash it up with another inspiration. If the inspiration above isn't your cup of tea then you can use the other inspiration as per the outline below:


  1. Create a project with the colours "Coastal Cabana, Crushed Curry, Smoky Slate & Basic Grey."
  2. Create a project with a "Cake."
  3. Or Mash it Up and create a project "with a Cake using the colours above."
So I decide to mash it up and use the colours as well as the cake on the following card: 

 

I need a birthday card for someone so I used the Envelope Punch Board which is available at the end of the week here in the UK! I just couldn't help myself as I had just got my hand on it. 

I used basic grey as my card base and used the Eastern Elegance DSP for my background I then used markers to colour the cake in the colours. I then used the labels framelits die to cut it out and then layered it onto Coastal Cabana which I cut in the next size up. I also ran the framelit that I had cut the cake out on the Coastal Cabana card putting through the Big Shot the other way so it would emboss the cardstock. I then layered it onto Basic Grey and used the Envelope Punch Board to round the corners and added some Coastal Cabana Ruffled Ribbon which I have only just got my hands on. I then used dimensionals to adhere to the rest of the card and then I stamped my sentiment in Smoky Slate and coloured the inside with the Coastal Cabana marker, I cut it out with the itty banner framelits. I shaped it like a banner and adhered one end with tombow and the other with dimensionals to keep the banner shape. I really love how the card came out :).

Here is a couple of close up's of the stamped cake and the file edge created by the Envelope Punch Board:



Thanks for Stopping By and keep stamping!

x Jessie B x

Recipe: 

Stamps: Everyday Essentials, Itty Bitty Banners
Inks: Basic Grey, Coastal Cabana, Crushed Curry, Smoky Slate
Paper: Basic Grey C/S, Coastal Cabana, Eastern Elegance DSP, Whisper White C/S
Accessories: Coastal Cabana Ruffled Ribbon
Tools: Envelope Punch Board, Itty Bitty Framelits, Labels Framelits

Comments

  1. Great job on that yummy looking cake! Love it with that DSP :)

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  2. Very pretty card, great job mashing up the challenge!

    Thanks so much for playing along with us at The Friday Mashup!

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  3. Very nice file folder card... a perfect paper and beautiful patterns to use for it! Love all the challenge colors on your cake. Thanks for joining the Friday Mashup this week.

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  4. The file folder cards are all the rage right now! I love all the coloring you did on the cake and your sentiment!

    Thank you for joining us at The Friday Mashup!

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  5. Hey Jess, great to see you taking part in the Mashup challenge this week! Love the file folder idea - must play with this some more! Great touch of ribbon to accent the fab cake!

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