Spellbinders September Large Die of the Month

Spellbinders September Large Die of the Month

Hello friends!! I’m popping in to share a super fun card I created with Spellbinders’ September Large Die of the Month!!

I had so much fun creating this card, playing with the different frosting colors, rainbow sprinkles, and of course cherry on top!! And my daughters (6 and 7) especially liked this set, they want to create their own cakes now too!!

To create this card I first die cut 2 layers of the cake out of white cardstock. I then ink blended the cake layers for top layer of the cake with Antique Linen and Tea Dye Distress Ink to create a gradation. Next, I die cut three of the layers with sentiment dies from the set. I then ink blended three sections of the bottom layer of the cake layers heavily in Antique Linen. I then adhered all pieces for the two cake layer sections together, making sure to adhere the sentiment die cuts layers over the three sections of cake layers blended completely with Antique Line.

Next, I stamped the side and top of the cake with the Sprinkles Stamp Set from Spellbinders in Fadeout ink. I then copic colored all the sprinkles in and added a slight shadow to the edges of the cake with my markers. I then adhered the top and side of the cakes to their unstamped counterparts and set aside.

Next, I ink blended the frosting with Spun Sugar and Worn Lipstick and the cherry with Barn Door and Aged Mahogany Distress Ink. I then copic colored the stem adhered it to the cherry. Next, I adhered the frosting and the cherry to the cake. Lastly I adhered a panel (4″ x 5 1/4″) of light blue cardstock to the front of an A2 white card base and then adhered my cake with foam adhesive.

I hope you enjoyed today’s card!! Thank you so much for stopping by!



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